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S.O.S. Save Our Skin! Ingredients To Combat The Sun For Summer Skin Renewal

I’ve had women come to me in tears and embarrassed from the brutal sun damage her face
suffered during summer vacay and NOT using the right skincare regimen to fend off the sun.
I was looking at the aftermath. Brown spots and freckles formed, her skin was dry, and looked
leathery (she lost her glow), wrinkles were more pronounced making her look like she aged
drastically during her vacation. That’s the opposite of what you want to look like when you get
back from a vacay! And now we had to go into emergency triage mode!
So I’m sending out an S.O.S. Save Our Skin!

Here’s how YOU can Save Your Skin and protect from the terrible damage of the summer sun
&/or Renew skin post summer!

Do you know exposure to ultraviolet light, UVA or UVB accounts for 90% of skin aging?

  • Age spots/brown spots
  • Dry, rough, dull skin
  • Wrinkles
  • Sagging skin

 

Here Are The Natural Skin Brightening Ingredients You Need To Use:

Bearberry
A small shrub that has edible berries, the fruit bears go beary, berry bonkers over! Bearberry is
a powerful tonic for the body due to its antiseptic properties, making it excellent for the skin and
has a whitening effect mild enough to lighten problem areas without over-bleaching. In addition,
it’s an excellent antioxidant that works to fight free radicals and works as a natural sunscreen
source while increasing cell turnover.

Licorice
An antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial herb that prevents UVB induced pigmentation,
and hinders the production of melanin. YUM!

Lemon and Orange
Both are high in vitamin C, packed with antioxidants to fight off free radicals, contains natural
alpha hydroxy acids, have anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties.

Ferulic Acid
It is extracted from rice bran oil and is one of the most powerful natural anti-oxidants. It has sunprotective benefits while enhancing the stability of topical applications of vitamin C. Sunproofing!

Kojic acid
An ingredient found in mushrooms, a by-product of the fermentation process used for wines like
sake. Kojic acid lessens the production of melanin. Also, it’s an antioxidant which counteracts
the free radicals that cause oxidative damage to the skin cells and contribute to aging of the
skin; it’s an antibacterial which is recommended for addressing acne blemishes & other
infections.

Luv Ya’s Illuminating Kit is the perfect treatment kit to heal skin from the harsh effects of the
sun, diminish brown spots, brighten skin, hydrate, and restore youthful looking skin containing a
blend of Bearberry, Licorice, Orange, Lemon, Ferulic, and Kojic acid OMG! Yes, a blend of all of
these dynamic potent ingredients Plus much more ingredients to combat uneven skin tone,
blemishes, and aging skin in a complete regimen, specifically to target, prevent, and protect
from sun damage & hyperpigmentation obtaining a clearer, brighter, healthier, and youthful-looking skin.
Save YOUR skin while there’s still time! Shop Now!

For a sun-shielding force field, layer with Luv Ya’s Vitamin C+ Collagen Serum another potent
antioxidant that inhibits melanin, protects cells from oxidation, is known to boost your levels of
vitamin E, and encourages the production of skin collagen. Follow it with our SPF 30+
Moisturizer or the versatile C Crème as a day or night cream to achieve bright glowing skin.
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Here Comes The Sun… Conquer The Myths!

July is UV Safety Month, making now a great time to separate Fact from Fiction about sun protection. We might think we know everything about defending our skin against the sun’s damaging rays, but let’s put that knowledge to the test with a little game: Fact or Fiction!

 

Sunscreens with SPF 100 are twice as strong as those with SPF 50: Fiction

The breakdown goes like this: SPF 15 protects you against 93% of UVB rays. SPF 30 is 97%, SPF 50 is 98%, and SPF 100 is roughly 99%, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. So, it’s not even close to being twice as strong!

 

Apply sunscreen all over your body before getting dressed: Fact

It might sound strange to grease up before getting dressed, but most clothing – especially the more lightweight fashions of summer – do not protect your entire body from the sun’s damaging rays. In fact, your average white T-shirt only has an SPF value of about 7, and if it gets wet, it’s even lower, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation. So, it’s important to apply sunscreen all over your body – even where the sun don’t shine – before getting dressed for the day!

 

If you get a base tan, you won’t burn: Fiction

Any sign of color or discoloration to the natural color of your skin is actually not a good thing. The more sun you get – even if you don’t burn – the greater your chances of developing melanoma. Getting a base tan doesn’t even ensure that you won’t soon burn. But, if you’re looking for that bronzed look for summer, a spray tan or a self-tanning lotion is your healthiest choice.

 

Apply sunscreen 15 minutes before sun exposure and re-apply every 2 hours: Fact

Yes. This age-old rule remains true. You want to give the sunscreen time to fully absorb into your skin before going outside. This includes before getting into your car as well because your car windows – even if tinted – don’t protect you from the sun’s rays. When you are out and about, you really can’t over-apply sunscreen, but the general rule is still every two hours. Most water-resistant sunscreens, however, should be re-applied every 80 minutes. When in doubt – reapply and follow the bottle’s instructions. Try our SPF 30+ Moisturizer.

 

One sunscreen does it all: Fiction

There are different types of sunscreens for the different types of skin on your body, such as sensitive formulas for your face, a more balmy consistency for your lips, and waterproof for your body. There are also water-resistant and sports formulas if you plan to head into the beach or pool or get sweaty for a work-out. It’s a great idea to stock up on a variety of sunscreens for you and your family’s needs. And, don’t forget to begin from your neck up to your earlobes & everywhere else! Try our SPF 30+ Moisturizer!

 

Getting a tan can zap your zits away: Fiction

People think that the sun dries up zits, but really it can cause a buildup of dead skin cells that can clog pours more. The best way to treat zits is to treat your skin better by coming in for regular facials and using exfoliating and deep cleansing products at home. Ask the expert for skin care products for your at-home use and get your skin care regimen.

 

Visit our online skin boutique to stock up on your summer skincare needs today! And, don’t forget, if you did get too much sun, our Vitamin C Products and Collagen Mask are great after-sun treatments.

 

“Luv Ya skin you’re in!”