Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Don't Forget Your Sunscreen!

As summer begins, and the temperatures begin to soar, we thought today would be a great time to post some information on another great product from Isagenix. 

Isagenix Sunscreen! 

Below this article you will also find that we have attached a link to the Canadian Cancer Society, with a few tips regarding sun awareness.
It is estimated that in 2011, there will 79,700 new cases of skin cancer diagnosed in Canada alone.  Please take some time to review these tips..

Enjoy the sun, play safe, and don't forget your sunscreen!

The beach is just around the corner and while your mind may be focused on getting your body ready for fun in the sun, it’s actually more important for you to make sure you’re fully prepared for the sun’s wrath on your skin.   

Maybe you take the easy approach and go for the most affordable sunscreen or the one that’s SPF 50.

Really, sunscreen is more than just a number. Understanding the various ingredients and their effects on your skin is essential to garnering the best protection possible, beyond just avoiding the discomfort of a sun burn.

Keep this in mind: According to the Mayo Clinic, prolonged exposure to the sun’s UV rays is one of the leading risk factors for skin cancer.

So, take another peek at the sunscreen that’s been hibernating in your cabinet and consider the following. They could make a big difference in the long run.

Get Rid of Harsh Chemicals

Protecting your skin is important, but not at the cost of subjecting it to harsh chemicals like avobenzone, para-aminobenzoic acid (also known as PABA) and oxybenzone. There’s a reason those ingredients are hard to spell. Some of the ingredients included in common sunscreens have been linked to cell damage—the exact opposite effect you want to have on your skin when you’re trying to protect it.

But doesn’t the American Academy of Dermatology recommend choosing a sunscreen with avobenzone? Yes, but it wasn’t long ago that all the major sunscreens on the market also contained PABA. For experts in the field of dermatology field, that’s a really bad, four-letter word. Para-aminobenzoic (PABA) has been stricken from all reputable sunscreens because of its links to cell damage.

Isa SunGuard uses all-natural protecting ingredients to block UV rays from penetrating your skin. Why worry about what you’re spreading onto your body when you’re trying to keep it safe? Instead, choose the natural SPF-30 zinc oxide and titanium dioxide of Isa SunGuard to give you peace of mind.

Moisturizing Yet Waterproof Formula

Plus, who wants dry skin when you’re trying to relax at the beach? Now you don’t have to sacrifice the softness! Thanks to the moisture-rich combination of zinc oxide and titanium dioxide in Isa SunGuard, you can protect your skin (even while enjoying activities in the water) and keep it smooth and moisturized at the same time.

The soothing ingredients of aloe vera, green tea and chamomile helps nourish all types of skin no matter the harsh conditions, meaning your skin will stay refreshed while blocking out harmful UV rays. All that without the greasy feeling or harsh smells that usually come with those mass-market sunscreens.

Part of a Complete Skin Care Line

Applying sunscreen really should be a daily habit. While other sunscreens are often stand-alone products, Isa SunGuard fits into a whole regimen meant to nourish and protect your skin. By using Isa SunGuard in your daily routine, it will actually complement the IsaDermix® line of skincare products like Moisture-Rich Day Cream, Anti-Aging Treatment Toner and Gentle Cleansing Gel™, which deliver proven results for people who want to keep their skin looking – and feeling – as young as ever.

Not only that, but when you use Isa SunGuard in conjunction with the complete line of Isagenix Nutritional Cleansing and Replenishing products such as the Ageless Essentials™ Daily Pack and IsaWATER™ Alkalized Concentrate, you’re getting the optimum combination available – both inside and outside of your body.

Visit IsaSunGuard.com to learn more about the benefits of wearing a healthier sunscreen.

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