How To Fight Signs of Ageing

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Do you want to grow old gracefully? Then follow our top tips on preventing, protecting and fighting against signs of ageing.

Use Your Skincare Products as Directed

While this might sound like common sense, it’s very common practice for some to go overboard with their skincare. Whether it’s excitement at having a new product or impatient at slow results. Active ingredients can do more harm than good when used too much. Applying more than recommended can cause clogged pores, an uneven complexion and many other unwanted effects. So just be patient and follow instructions to get the best results.

Stop Using Products that Sting or Burn Unless Prescribed by a Dermatologist

Irritating the skin makes signs of ageing more noticeable. Some anti-ageing products prescribed by a dermatologist may burn or sting.  When using a prescription anti-ageing product, this can be okay. Just be sure to let your dermatologist know.

Give the Product Time to Work

As mentioned above, while a hydrator can immediately plump up fine lines, most products take some time for results to appear, so be patient.

Do Not Sunbathe

Regardless of whether you get your tan from natural sunlight or a tanning bed, these are both dangerous practices. This is because you are exposing your skin to harmful UV rays that can accelerate ageing, such as an onset of wrinkles, brown spots and a blotchy complexion. What’s more, it can cause skin cancer. As an alternative, if you are absolutely desperate for a tan, why not apply a self-tanning cream to achieve a summer glow, the safe way.

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Sun Protection

Speaking of harmful UV rays, you must wear an SPF year round to protect your skin. 80% of UV rays still penetrate a cloudy sky, so you’re still susceptible to sun damage, even it’s not blazing hot. Why not use the Oclipse® Sunscreen + Primer. This multi-tasking beauty works to protect your skin and doubles as a makeup primer!

If you Smoke, Stop Now!

Apart from the countless health complications, smoking also greatly speeds up ageing skin. It causes wrinkles as well as a dull, sallow complexion.

Avoid Repetitive Facial Expressions

When you make a facial expression, such as squinting or frowning you contract the underlying muscles. If you repeatedly contract the same muscles for many years, these lines become permanent. So try to get out of the habit.

Follow ZO’s Recommended Daily Skincare Program


Of course, alongside all these lifestyle tips, following a regular skincare regime is an absolute must.

Daily Skincare Programme





Apply a generous amount of Oilacleanse™ and wash your face for 40-60 seconds. Apply a generous amount of Oilacleanse™ and wash your face for 40-60 seconds.


For Dry Skin: Use Offects® Exfoliating Polish 2-3 times a week, only.

For Oily Skin: Apply a small amount of Vitascrub™ to a damp face and neck and then massage it into your skin for 40-60 seconds.

For Dry Skin: Apply Balatone™ with a cotton pad.

For Oily Skin: Use 1 Cebatrol™ pad


For Dry Skin: Apply Balatone™ with a cotton pad.

For Oily Skin: Use 1 Cebatrol™ pad

Apply 2-3 pumps of Ossential® Advanced Radical Night Repair 2 times week and then increasing as tolerated. However, make sure to skip days between applications.


Apply 1-2 pumps of Glycogent™ for each application or as directed by a physician. Apply 2-3 pumps of Ossential® Growth Factor Serum Plus to face and neck on nights when Ossential® Advanced Radical Night Repair is not used.


Apply 2-3 pumps of Ossential® Daily Power Defense on your face and neck to strengthen skin.



Apply Oclipse-C™ Sunscreen SPF 50 or Oclipse® Sunscreen + Primer SPF 30 generously to the face and neck. n/a

Improving Dull Skin: Layer Your Skincare Correctly

Plenty of people buy lots of new products and use them at random to find that it has made no difference to their skin’s appearance. This is because slapping on skincare products in any random order is probably one of the biggest cardinal sins a beauty lover could make. To get the benefits of each item, there is actually a correct order to layer skincare products.layering skincare products

An easy way of remembering the order of your skincare application is by going from light to heavy. Before any heavy-weight creams, products with the lightest consistency should be applied first. Keep reading below to find out what order you should be layering skincare products, for optimal results

5 Rules To Layering Skincare Products

1. Cleanse:

Your routine should always begin with you washing your face with a cleanser, regardless of whether it is the morning or the evening. In the morning, cleansing helps to remove the dead skin cells your nighttime products will have exfoliated from your skin. While, in the evening this will make sure that any oils, grime, and dirt that may have clogged your pores are washed away.

2. Scrub:

Unless specified by a dermatologist, exfoliators should not be used every day. Exfoliating up to 2-3 times a week can prevent a dull, lacklustre complexion by removing dead skin cells and promoting cell turnover.

3. Tone:

In order to rebalance the skin, a toner will soothe and calm your skin.

4. Stimulate:

Any serums you plan to use should be applied now. If you need to brighten your skin or treat it for sun damage, the Ossential® Brightalive is the revolutionary skin brightener you need. It uses technologically advanced, multi-action complexes to treat hyperpigmentation and sun damage without the use of retinol and hydroquinone.

5. SPF:

Since it has the heaviest formula and its role is to shield the skin from external factors, your SPF should be applied last. Never forget to apply SPF. Regardless of rain or shine, UV rays still penetrate and damage your skin. So you need to stay protected.

Sensitive Skin Misconceptions

Moisturisers are popular products, especially among women. More than 90 percent of the population seek a program that offers moisturisation for a temporary feeling of skin smoothness.  sensitive skin

Moisturisers and Sensitive Skin

Moisturisers can only offer momentary relief for symptoms such as irritation, roughness or itching. The improved surface texture through artificial smoothing or plumping of the skin is fleeting and a superficial improvement. The truth is that these products are ineffective and lack any real benefit.While the occasional use of hydrators when absolutely necessary is acceptable, to depend upon them for hydration and calm skin on a daily basis is wrong. What’s more, repeatedly using moisturisers has a remarkably negative impact on your skin, making it weaker and drier. It is detrimental to skin cellular functions, arresting the skin’s ability to renew itself, leading to the appearance of ‘sensitive skin’ and an acceleration of skin ageing.

sensitive skinCompanies Fuelling The Sensitive Skin Market

Companies within the cosmetic industry are in constant competition to try and outdo one another. They produce a wide variety of moisturisers (plain, light, heavy, with or without anti-ageing claims, etc.) to appeal to everyone. Many consumers assume that any product that causes burning, exfoliation or redness is bad for the skin. While moisturisers are marketed as ‘gentle’, ‘non-irritating’, ‘soothing’, etc., to appeal to all.  Due to this general intolerance to skin discomfort and the belief (and fear) that any form of irritation is bad, many believe they have sensitive skin. This ‘sensitive skin’ trend, has provided a new market for companies to create and sell products that contain stronger moisturisers, which can actually make skin more sensitive.

sensitive skinSensitive Skin in Women

You will notice that the emergence of ‘sensitive skin’ is mainly seen in women. Men and children commonly do not use moisturisers, while women are often taught to use moisturisers from their teenage years. As a result, their skin becomes addicted to this product and brings a whole host of other issues with it.

Overall, skin sensitivity is not really a sensitivity disorder. A sensitivity disorder can be seen with certain cases of genuine skin dryness (not dehydrated skin) or genetic disorders. In fact, ‘sensitive skin’ could more accurately be labelled a skin weakness or intolerance.

Redefining Skin Rejuvenation with Dr Zein Obagi

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The Rise in Skin Rejuvenation

The popularity of skin rejuvenation procedures has increased drastically over the past decade. The access patients have via the media and the internet has undeniably had an influence. It has allowed them to become better informed and educated on all the different treatments that can be offered. Furthermore, more practitioners are now offering skin rejuvenation procedures of varying degrees in clinics, salons, spas and even on the High Street.

However, it could be disputed that this wide-spread information has resulted in patients becoming overloaded and overwhelmed with information, leaving them unsure where to start or what treatment to choose for the most effective result. Dr. Zein Obagi explains that in fact, genuine skin rejuvenation cannot work with just one type of procedure or a single topical treatment. Rather, that one should have a collective approach and create a treatment plan.

The Optimal Skin Rejuvenation Plan

Practitioners should design a treatment plan with both short and long-term goals, formulating a topical protocol and overall strategy that is suitable for each patient’s needs. Patients should be made aware of the overall plan and be informed on the reasoning behind each step.

The main objective should be returning the skin to its original state. This can be achieved through the use of topical agents to restore general skin health as well as for the treatment of existing skin conditions (i.e. acne, rosacea, hyperpigmentation) when they are present. Procedures such as lasers, energy-based devices, chemical peels, fillers, and/or neurotoxins should be included when topical agents alone cannot completely repair and return the skin to its original state.

Once the skin has been restored, practitioners need to then design a bespoke protocol and treatment plan to ensure the maintenance if the patient’s skin health.

Reference: Body Language

Why Hot Showers Are Bad For The Skin

In those cold winter months, long hot showers may seem tempting but they can actually be quite damaging to the skin. A piping hot shower can dehydrate the skin, stripping it of its natural oils and causing a loss of water and electrolytes. What this means is that your skin will begin to appear scaly, taut and irritated.

What To Do

Instead of hot showers, take it down a notch to lukewarm water and shower only once a day. This way you avoid dehydrating and damaging your skin. Plus keep your showers as short as possible. The longer you’re under the water, the more you’re exposing your skin to harm as the chlorine in tap water can be harsh and damaging to the skin. Try to keep your showers better 5-10 minutes.

Avoid unnecessary moisturisers and go for a cleanser that has moisture boosting ingredients like sodium hyaluronate, panthenol, and allantoin. We recommend the ZO Skin Health Hydrating Cleanser.

Immediately after towel drying, apply ZO Skin Health Body Emulsion Plus, which works to both exfoliate and hydrate the skin. For optimum results apply it while your skin is slightly damp and your pores are still open, allowing for better penetration and absorption.


How To Make Skin Healthier and Stronger


Ensuring Results are Consistent to Make Skin Healthier

Most traditional dermatologic treatments address the skin surface and symptoms without addressing cellular function or improving overall skin. This approach may improve the skin’s appearance but the improvement is usually limited and short-lived since the source of the problem is not addressed. At the end of a traditional treatment, the results always vary. Some patients improve more, others less and some not at all. The fault may lie with one or more of the following variables:

At the end of a traditional treatment, the results always vary. Some patients improve more, others less and some not at all. The fault may lie with one or more of the following variables:

  • The physician’s personal approach
  • Patience compliancy
  • Efficacy (penetration, amount of application) of the products
  • Patient skin type (thick, thin, oily, dry)
  • Development of resistance to certain products

In the ZO® approach, most (if not all) of these variables have been eliminated with a standard treatment approach to any skin problem. By using this method, the results of the programs are consistent, reproducible by any physician and achievable by any patient.

How To Make Skin Healthier and Stronger

Eliminating Variables to Make Skin Healthier

Several steps are necessary for identifying and isolating factors responsible for treatment variables using the ZO® Skin Health Restoration Approach. These are the necessary steps:

  • Establishing a Definition of Skin Health

According to ZO® Skin Health Restoration Attributes, “healthy” skin is smooth, firm and tight, even in colour, hydrated, tolerant and free of clinically apparent disease.

  • Introducing an Essential and Practical Skin Classification

To aid in clinical treatment and selection of the proper procedure and depth, skin is classified by thickness, colour, oiliness, laxity and fragility.

  • Introducing and Expanding the Principles of Skin Health Restoration

The ZO® Skin Health restoration program begun from an expansion of Dr. Obagi’s original principles. “Hydration and Calming” replaced “Moisturisation.” The expansion also includes the addition of “GSR™ Getting Skin Ready” and “Stabilisation,” two new and important principles.

Both ZO® Skin Health and ZO® Medical products follow similar principles and steps that make it easy to transition patients from a medical program to a maintenance program, or from basic skincare and prevention to a medical program. However, ZO® Medical utilises specific principles and steps not shared by ZO® Skin Health, as certain topical agents are reserved mainly for the medical line.

Introducing Dr. Askari – Our New Trainer

Askari Townshend

As of September, Wigmore Medical is thrilled to announce that Dr. Askari will be running all Basic and Intermediate courses for ZO Skin Health in London. He will begin this new role from the courses that begin on the 13th and 14th September.

Background on Dr. Askari

Dr. Askari Townshend BMedSci, BMBS, MRCS, qualified as a doctor in 2002 and gained MRCS in 2006. Already with several years of injectable experience, he opened his first aesthetic clinic in 2008. Dr. Askari then went on to spend 5 years with the largest chain of laser & aesthetic clinics in the UK during which time he held the position of Director of Medical Services.

Dr. Askari launched his latest project, ASKINOLOGY, in the City of London in July 2015, comprising of an advanced cosmeceutical boutique, 3 room laser & aesthetic clinic and the UK’s first (award-winning) facial & makeup bar.

In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Askari is the UK Medical Consultant for Sculptra and a national trainer and speaker for both Sculptra and Ellansé. He has taught on the UCLan MSc Course in Facial Aesthetics and is an enthusiastic speaker.

What His Courses Will Be Like

Apart from his long list of impressive credentials, Dr. Askari is an enthralling speaker with a keenness to deliver the most effective training for all attendees. His unique focus on integrating and relating his knowledge to real life in clinical practice is unmissable. What’s more, he will apply his extensive business experience from both large national chains and running his own clinic into his training sessions.

All upcoming dates for ZO Skin Health Training

London Dates 2016

Dublin Dates 2016

Manchester Dates 2016


19th Jan, 9th Feb, 8th March, 19th April, 17th May, 28th Jun, 12th July, 9th Aug, 13th Sep, 4th Oct, 8th Nov, 6th Dec 26th Jan, 16th Feb, 25th Apr, 9th Jun, 20th Jul, 29th Aug, 20th Sep, 12th Oct, 15th Nov, 13th Dec 21st Jan, 10th March, 7th June, 22nd July, 15th September and 10th November


20th Jan, 10th Feb, 9th Mar, 20th Apr, 18th May, 29th Jun, 13th Jul, 10th Aug, 14th Sep, 5th Oct, 9th Nov, 7th Dec 27th Jan, 17th Feb, 26th Apr, 10th June, 21st Jul, 21st Sep, 13th Oct, 14th Dec 22nd Jan, 11th March, 8th June, 23nd July, 16th September and 11th November


11th Feb, 21st April, 30th Jun, 11th Aug, 6th Oct, 8th Dec 27th Apr, 30th Aug, 16th Nov 12th March, 17th September

For more information or to book into the next training:

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Expired Cosmetics: When Should You Bin Your Beauty Products?

cosmetic productsExpired cosmetic products come with a host of problems. It is not just that they begin to break down, become gloopy, change colour or smell funny, it actually also means that they likely harbour bacteria. If you use expired beauty products this could likely result in irritating the skin or worse causing an infection. Consequently, it is very important for you to regularly replace all your cosmetic items.

Unfortunately, beauty products are not legally required to have an expiration date on them. Nonetheless, most products do tell you how long the item can be used for and this is referred to as The Period After Opening or ‘PAO’. The PAO is usually symbolised by a jar with a number followed by the letter ‘M’ which indicates the number of months the product can be used for, once the product has been opened. This does, however, mean that you need to keep track of when you open any new product.

NOTE: It does not matter if you only opened or used the product a few times. Once the seal has been broken the PAO applies and you must throw away and replace the product, even if it has not been entirely used up.  

The general guidelines for the lifespan of makeup and skincare are as follows:


Expires After…


1 year


6 months to 1 year

BHA or AHA Exfoliants

1 year

Facial/Body Moisturizers

6 months to 1 year


6 months to 1 year

Lip Balms

1 year

Sample Packets

1 day ONLY


4 months


1 Year


12-18 months


18 months


18 months

Cream blush

12-18 months


18 months

Eyeliner Pencil

18 months

Liquid Eyeliner

6 months

Lipstick/Lip Gloss

18 months

Lip Liner

1 year

Nail Varnish

1 year

Makeup Sponges

After a month.


5 Factors That Increase Risk of Sun Damage

Summer is coming and we are ecstatic because when the sun is shining, our spirits just seem to get an instant lift! However, we don’t want your skin to get damaged by the summer sun, so we believe it is important to be informed about the dangers of sun exposure at all ages. Keeping reading below for everything you need to know about sun damage, what it does to your skin and what you can do to protect yourself. sunscreen

Why is sun exposure so bad for the skin?

Sun exposure induces chronic inflammation. This type of inflammation is a destructive process that leads to abnormal cellular function and weakens skin’s immunity, specifically the immunity that helps skin repair itself (reduced Langerhans cells). Sun exposure will weaken skin’s ability to repair damaged DNA. With repeated sun exposure, more damaged DNA-mutated cells appear (pre-cancerous cells that will eventually cause skin cancer). Sun exposure will also disturb many cellular functions and normal skin texture, resulting in:

  • Discoloration due to abnormally functioning melanocytes or their mutations (melanoma or lentigo maligna)
  • Dryness and roughness due to increased transepidermal water loss and the appearance of hard keratin due to the abnormal functioning of keratinocytes
  • Sensitivity and redness, as skin becomes photosensitive due to inflammation induced by sun and disruption of skin-barrier function, initiating a negative body response, creating abnormal blood vessels (telangiectasia) and redness
  • Damaged skin collagen and elastin from repeated sun exposure, which will be apparent later in life as leathery skin texture and accelerated skin aging (earlier and deeper wrinkles and folds)


Sun Exposure Before Age 20

Before the age of 20, the skin is rich with vitality due to proper and active cellular function and repair. The earliest sun-damaging effect seen in this group is the appearance of freckles in light-skinned individuals. This freckling is an indicator of early photosensitivity and susceptibility to severe sun damage later in life (due to unstable and false melanin, known as pheomelanin) that can affect skin texture and lead to a high possibility of skin cancer.

Individuals who tan well may have less chance of skin cancer in the future as tanning represents the presence of strong natural resistance (due to stable, real melanin, also known as eumelanin). However, they will suffer from severe textural damage, resulting in skin with a leathery feel and solar elastosis. It should be clear that no one escapes sun damage if their skin is not protected at an early age. This is true even in individuals who tan well, as tanned skin is essentially skin that is screaming “help.”

Sun Exposure After Age 20

After the age of 20, sun damage is manifested by skin dullness, discoloration, and roughness. In your 30s and 40s, it is characterized by the appearance of actinic keratosis and lentigines. During your 50s, full-blown textural damage and precancerous lesions are evident, as is the appearance of skin cancer in some.

5 Factors That Increase Risk of Sun Damage


  • Skin Type: Fair skin will have more damage than darker skin; thin skin will show earlier sun damage signs compared to thick skin.
  • Skin Diseases: Skin diseases that cause inflammation (i.e. acne, rosacea) can increase susceptibility to sun damage.
  • Autoimmune Diseases and Certain Genetic Disorders: Certain diseases and genetic disorders (i.e. lupus, xeroderma pigmentosum) can increase photosensitivity, accelerate the appearance of sun damage and result in skin cancer.
  • Location: Sun-damaging effects are stronger near water, snow or at high altitudes.
  • Medication: Some blood pressure medication, antidepressants, Isotretinoin and Tetracycline are among the many medications that can induce photosensitivity.

So What Can You Do To Protect Yourself?

In the ZO® sun protection principle, a combination of organic and/or inorganic sunscreens plus fractionated melanin offer protection that is both short-term (with the sunscreens) and longer-term (with the fractionated melanin). By increasing skin tolerance, stimulating skin renewal and using proper sunscreen, the skin will be better protected. The ZO® Triple Approach combines tolerance, renewal and protection for safe and healthier sun exposure. The table below displays what this approach consists of and how each step helps your skin.





Ossential® Daily Power Defense (AM/PM) Strengthens skin’s barrier function to increase its tolerance to sun exposure and its ability to repair itself using a topical formula containing antioxidants, DNA-repair agents, and anti-irritants agent.


• Mild stimulation: Ossential® Growth Factor Serum Plus (PM)

• Strong stimulation: Ossential® Advanced Radical Night Repair or Retamax™ Active Vitamin A Micro Emulsion (PM)

Stimulates skin’s ability to renew itself during the night with a formulation that helps upregulate elastin, collagen and keratinocyte production in addition to increasing skin’s strength.


Oclipse® Sunscreen + Primer SPF 30

Oclipse-C™ Broad-Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 50

Oclipse® Smart Tone Broad-Spectrum SPF 50

• Oclipse® Sun Spray SPF 50

Increases and lengthens sun protection with ZO® specially developed sunscreens containing both physical blockers and fractionated melanin. The added melanin creates an umbrella-like protection on the skin’s surface that helps protect it longer than using SPF alone.

Final Notes on Avoiding Sun Damage

A few final pointers on how to avoid sun damage excluding the obvious that you should avoid sun exposure whenever possible are:

• Wear protective clothing
• Observe proper sun exposure guidelines
• Limit exposure to before 10 a.m. and after 4 p.m.
• Avoid daily exposure (follow one day of exposure by a day of minimal or no exposure)
• Use sunscreen (organic and inorganic blockers)

ZO Skin Health For Beginners

1 Daily Skincare ProgramZO Skin Health was created by the renowned Beverly Hills doctor Dr Zein Obagi. As Medical director of ZO Skin Health, Dr. Obagi has created products with technologically advanced ingredients and even more effective formulations, designated into two categories: ZO® Skin Health and ZO® Medical. ZO® Skin Health products maintain the results of therapeutic treatments and provide effective daily skincare and protection from the environment while ZO® Medical products have been optimized to treat a range of skin disorders and chronic conditions.

If you are interested in learning more about the brand it is recommended that you start with the Level 1 Daily Skincare Programme which provides the essential tools to help achieve healthier skin using retinol, specialized enzymes, and antioxidants to promote cellular function and restore and maintain youthful, healthy-looking skin.

What is included in this kit?

Offects™ Exfoliating Cleanser

Offects Exfoliating CleanserCleansing is an important first step for all skin types, but for oily, acne-prone skin, it’s critical. The key to managing oily skin is gently exfoliating dull, dry skin cells that trap bacteria; reducing excess oil; and neutralising free radicals. Offects® Exfoliating Cleanser does all of that and goes one step further–it includes encapsulated Vitamin E–the most important anti-oxidant for healthy skin.

Key Ingredients

  • Micro-beads: Exfoliate dead skin cells
  • Encapsulated Vitamin E: Antioxidant
  • Salicylic Acid: Promotes chemical exfoliation to keep pores clear
  • Lipopeptide Myristoyl Pentapeptide-8: Stimulates collagen production
  • Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Spiraea Ulmaria (Meadowsweet) Extract: Antioxidant and anti-irritant benefits

Offects™ Exfoliating Polish

Round magnesium crystals exfoliate dead skin cells, increase epidermal turnover and create a clearer, smoother, more even-toned complexion. But the benefits go deeper than that. Vitamins A, C, C-Esters and E provide powerful antioxidant protection. Then active Offects Exfolliating Polishingredients can penetrate your skin and work much more effectively.

Key ingredients

  • Ultra-Fine Magnesium Crystals: Removes dead skin cells, improves skin texture, promotes healthy circulation and cell turn-over.
  • Vitamins A, C, C-Ester and E: Deliver antioxidant protection

Ossential® Daily Power Defense

Ossential® Daily Power Defense uses DNA repair enzymes to enhance your skin’s recovery capabilities. These special enzymes attach directly to your own DNA molecules and repair oxidative damage caused by UV exposure. It works all day with time-release retinol, enzymes, and antioxidants to repair damaged cells and protect against future damage.Ossential Daily Power Defense

Key Ingredients:

  • Ultrasomes (UV-endonuslease) and Roxisomes (glycosylase): Enzymes that initiate and speed up the repair of DNA
  • Vitamin E: Provides antioxidant properties
  • Retinol (Vitaine): Stimulates epidermal renewal and collagen production, and helps even skin tone
  • Ceramide 6: Helps restore barrier function
  • Matrixyl 3000 (Palmitoyl Oligopeptide and Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7): Stimulates collagen production

Oclipse® Sunscreen + Primer SPF 30

Oclipse® Sunscreen + Primer was named the #1 best sunscreen by the online beauty authority. Not just because it has broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection; not just because it multi-tasks as a makeup primer; and not just because it’s tinted (bye-bye white and pasty sunscreen!). The best part: it’s something you’ll want to wear every day. Have you ever said that about a sunscreen? It’s the smart sunscreen because it features natural Oclipse Sunscreen+Primer SPF30melanin. If you’re going to do just one nice thing for your skin this is it.

 Key Ingredients

  • Titanium Dioxide (8.2%): Broad spectrum sunscreen (UVA/UVB) protection
  • Fractionated Melanin: Designed to shield the skin from high energy visible light (HEV)
  • Helinathus Annus Seed Oil, Ethyl Ferulate, Rosmarinus Officinalis Lef Extract, Disodium Urine Phosphate: Helps provide DNA protection