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Why you should NEVER use these sun screens

Posted on: May 3, 2012

If you have been reading this site for awhile you know that I am a major advocate of plenty of safe sun exposure and all the healthy vitamin D that it will generate for you. And this is the time of the year that you can actually do that.

Unfortunately there is a dark side to sun exposure that you need to know about.

If you overdo your sun exposure it can increase photoaging of your skin, unless you proactively take steps to address it.

Fortunately there’s an incredibly simple solution to prevent this.

My team and I have formulated one of the world’s safest, healthiest, and most deeply penetrating moisturizers to counter the effects of photoaging and delivered them to you in a USDA certified organic cream that will keep your skin looking young for as long as possible.

This is not a sunscreen, but a moisturizer that helps you control the signs of aging.

If you have the right information there is plenty you can do to maintain or even help restore a healthy, youthful appearance. It is important to understand that you don’t ever have to look older than your age.

In fact, you can look years younger if you’re willing to give your skin – especially the delicate area around your eyes and lips – the attention it deserves and still get all the natural vitamin D you need without worrying about the toll it might take on your beautiful, youthful face.

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