My philosophy is that you must take care of your inner-self by taking care of your appearance. “Smart Sun” means simply not depriving yourself of the things you love to do, but simply do them smartly. You want to protect your skin and even reverse the damage the sun can cause. But how? In today’s world, anti-aging gimmicks surround us.
So how do we know what is right, what is real, and how do we choose?
With “Smart Sun” the key word is moderation. Protect your skin by using a waterproof, moisturizing sun screen which is a total UVA/UVB block. Because these UVA/UVB rays cause damage to our collagen cells, it is vitally important to block out their penetration. The loss of this collagen creates premature lines and wrinkles. Unprotected sun-exposure as well as tanning- bed use, speeds up this cellular destruction causing our skin to age faster and faster.
Education and knowledge is the key to anti-aging.
- Know that the FDA does not recognize sun screens with a sun-protection factor (SPF) greater than 15. Why? Because, the FDA feels the length of additional protective time does not warrant the additional chemical exposure needed to increase the SPF level.
- Know how many hours your sunscreen will be effective and when you will need to reapply it. Academy’s sunscreen gives a total UVA/UVB block for 5 full hours with the anti-oxidant repair powers of CoQ10.
- Know that unlike Retin A, Academy Glycolic Acid Products will not make you hypersensitive to the sun or burn more quickly.
- Know that on the contrary, Academy Glycolic Acid Products have been proven to actually give the skin a sun-protection factor as well as reverse the damage caused by the sun.
Smart women practice “Smart Sun” by enjoying what pleases them in moderation and sharing with others their enthusiasm for life. The beautiful feminine woman of today takes care of herself by letting the natural glow of her skin show through creating her own beauty and youthfulness.
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