Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Protect Your Skin This Summer with ZO Skin Health

When it comes to skin health, prevention can be simple: Minimize UV damage, prevent DNA damage and protect skin from the environment to improve overall skin health. ZO Skin Health’s SPF products can help.

Additionally, light from your computer screen and infrared light can also cause free radical damage and aging. Choose a sunscreen such as ZO Skin Health Ossential® Smart Tone to protect against the full spectrum of harmful rays.

•         Oclipse® Sunscreen + Primer SPF 30 (30 mL, $65): This multiple-defense sun protection system shields skin from UVA/UVB and HEV (high energy visible) light, and IR-A (infrared rays), all while smoothing skin and minimizing the look of lines and wrinkles. The sunscreen features a universal tint to ensure skin is never left with white streaks, and harnesses natural melanin’s photo-protective compounds. Use the two-in-one product as both a sunscreen and a primer, leaving skin soft, silky and ready for makeup. 

•         Oclipse® Smart Tone SPF 50 (45 mL, $70): This highly advanced sunscreen features a sheer tinted primer to match any skin tone without the white streaks of traditional sunscreen. A blend of iron oxides and mica create a pressure-released color system for natural-looking, customizable color. Formulated to protect against both UVA/UVB and HEV (high energy visible) light, and IR-A (infrared rays), the sunscreen features an exclusive 12-hour time-release antioxidant complex to guard against photodamage. 

•         Oclipse® Sun Spray SPF 50 (118 mL, $65): Guard against photodamage with this broad-spectrum sunscreen. The spray features a breakthrough, one touch, all-angle spray system that provides uniform, even coverage for the entire face and body. The non-greasy formula was uniquely formulated with an exclusive 12-hour time-release antioxidant complex, which shields skin from both UVA/UVB and HEV (high energy visible) light, and IR-A (infrared rays).

WHERE TO GET IT: ZO® Skin Health products are available online at and through physicians and dermatologists worldwide. 

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