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Sunscreen with UV Pearls SPF 20 - "Like Sunglasses for your Skin" 120ml DUO
Product Code: 1566
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120ml 4.06 fL oz us/4.22 fL oz uk
$14.00
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What is it?

A breakthrough in sunscreen safety. Sunscreen with UV Pearls - SPF 20, protects the skin against the harmful rays of the sun to help prevent skin damage. An effective way to protect your skin from harmful sun rays. Tiny glass beads entrap ultra violet absorbers, and keep them on the skin surface to enhance protection and skin comfort. Easy to apply.

Who is it for?

Provides excellent performance on all skin types. Does not burn or irritate the skin or eyes. Can be used by all ages.

Why is it unique?

  • Puts UV protection on the skin surface – just where you want it
  • SPF 20 (15 is the minimum and we determined more than SPF20 is not more effective)
  • A product that offers protection to PREVENT lines and wrinkles
  • Like sunglasses for the skin, protects against UVA/UVB

Contains UV Pearls:

  • Tiny glass beads – one hundredth of the width of a human hair in diameter
  • Are very stable and create a protective film on the skin. 
  • Offer maximum protection – without penetrating the skin, allowing it to be used on sensitive or allergic skin
  • UV absorbers that contain sunscreen chemicals that are entrapped in glass thus preventing any incompatibility with other ingredients or sensitive skin.  This means less irritation to your skin
  • Like "sunglasses for the skin"

Why we use the UV Pearls – it’s not a chemical sunscreen provides physical block

  • If you are buying a chemical sunscreen, for full sun protection, you are only getting half the protection.  You get only UVB protection, but no UVA.  There is no real test for UVA protection.  It is higher energy and penetrates the skin deeper.  This product is an occlusive block - it blocks the sun.  Chemical sunscreens react with the sun.  The last thing he wants is a product on his skin that reacts and causes free radicals.
  • Another concern is that chemical sunscreens can be absorbed into your skin and your body.
  • Chemical sunscreens don't block the sun.  They react with it.  Free radicals are what we want to avoid.

Also contains Zinc

  • Zinc is a moisturizer and trace mineral, naturally found in healthy skin
  • Zinc is also a sunscreen. 

How to protect your skin

Three ingredients provide UVA protection

  • ZnO2 (What we use),
  • TiO2 - better than chemical sunscreens but it reacts with the sunlight and causes free radicals,
  • And Avebenzone Parasol 79 that absorbed into the skin and "I'd never put it on my body". 

As a physical block, this product doesn't select between UVA and UVB - it helps protects against both.

Chemical sunscreens have a chemistry set of ingredients because none of them alone block across the UV spectrum. 

  • Sunscreen:
  • Essential to healthy skin – yet many do not / cannot use as formulations are irritating to the skin and many times very thick, tacky and unpleasant to use.  This new system of encapsulation on positioning on top of the skin – makes this sunscreen agreeable and ideal for all skin types, while also resulting in a pleasing and aesthetically desirable formulation
  • Need to be applied properly for adequate protection
  • Should be used by everyone
  • Should be used year round
  • Should be used on all exposed skin
  • Importance of Sunscreen
  • Sunscreen is a very serious product from a regulatory standpoint.  It is considered an OTC (over the counter drug) drug and has a "drug facts" panel on a "true sunscreen"; a lot of companies take liberty with what they do. 
  • is used to help  protect the skin from serious sun damage

About the sun and skin effects

Aging of skin doe not only depend on chronological effects. Harsh environmental factors are even more important. One major external factor is UV-radiation, from the sun, especially UVA-radiation. This radiation has the longest wavelength but the least energy of all solar UV-radiation. In contrast to UVB-radiation, UVA-levels in the solar spectrum vary only slightly with difference in latitude, time of the day, weather and season. Thus, there is constantly exposure to large amounts of UVA-radiation during daylight hours and during the entire year. Substantial doses are accumulated in the course of lifetime. UVA-radiation is the cause of solar elastosis.  Further long-term photo-aging can also lead to a decrease in the synthesis and cross-linking of collagen fiber, meaning that the skin finally loses its elasticity. Additionally, UVA-radiation is thought to play an important role in the pathogenesis. (dangerous/ bad for everyone). Thus effective protection of the skin against UVA-radiation should be a major object.