Tuesday, August 19, 2014


Prevent premature aging of skin:

A recent study in the American College of Physicians’ Annals of Internal Medicine (referred to by the Skin Cancer Org) is the first research in humans to show conclusively that sunscreen can help prevent photoaging - premature aging caused by the sun. Although there has been significant indirect evidence suggesting that sunscreen has anti-aging benefits, this study is the first clinical human trial to show it directly.

Researchers compared skin aging in 900 men and women from Australia over a four-year period from 1992 to 1996. They found that daily sunscreen use significantly slows skin aging, even in middle-aged men and women. Study participants who used sunscreen daily were less likely to have wrinkles and dark spots after 4.5 years than participants who did not regularly use sunscreen.

Daily use of a broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher can help reduce aging of the skin caused by sun damage. Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun cause more than 90 percent of the visible signs of aging, which include wrinkles, rough patches, sagging, and skin discoloration.
           At HERBALLY RADIANT we have tested many natural ingredients in order to determine which elements provide excellent protection against sun damage. The aloe based cream so formulated, combining several other organic ingredients, offers best protection against sun damage, besides nourishing the skin with rich nutrients.

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