UVA Rays and Photoaging
Although summer is coming to an end, it is still important to remember to wear sunscreen every day.
UVA and UVB rays cause damage to the skin year-round, even when you are driving. UVB rays cause sun burn, while UVA rays cause photoaging, since they penetrate more deeply and effect the skin’s elasticity and collagen. Micronized titanium dioxide, zinc oxide, and zirconium dioxide are proven to effectively block both UVA and UVB rays.
Our daily eclipse™ and daily eclipse duo™ contain these all-natural ingredients, plus other botanicals providing you with a pleasant smelling, oil and chemical-free SPF 30 sunscreen.
Want to see proof of what the sun can do to your skin? Check out this shocking photo and article of the long term effects of sun exposure on the unprotected skin of a long-time truck driver.