Protect Your Skin from the Sun’s Harmful Rays with Sunforgettable

Protect Your Skin with Colorescience Sunforgettable - Ooh La La Wellness

Exposure to Ultraviolet light is the leading risk factor for all types of skin cancer. According to American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. The AAD recommends staying in the shade, wearing protective clothing and using a sunscreen when you are out in the sun. During the summer you are more likely to be exposed to UV rays than at any other time.

ColoreScience Sunforgettable products are here to help you enjoy the sun and summer with minimal risk. You can trust ColoreScience with their protective properties that contain no chemicals. ColoreScience Sunforgettable products use zinc oxide and titanium dioxide the only minerals that provide broad spectrum SPF protection that physically blocks both UVA and UVB rays. Sunforgettable products work immediately and can last about 2 hours between re-applications. The minerals, zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, are also less likely to cause allergic reactions because they are not absorbed into the skin.
The most common sunscreens on the market today use a combination of chemicals that absorb into the skin and must be applied just prior to sun exposure. They work by absorbing the UV rays and must be constantly reapplied. Due to the multiple chemicals needed in these sunscreens, they can also cause skin irritation or allergic reaction in approximately 10% of users.

ColoreScience SunForgettable products are the way to go. They have different SPF levels starting at 30 going all the way to 50 SPF. The mineral sunscreen is easy to use, water resistant and can simply be brushed on. Or, if you prefer to use a cream, the Sunforgettable face primer is for you. Sunforgettable also makes products for your lips and eyes. The lip shine comes in several beautiful colors and protects you with a broad spectrum SPF 35.

Whatever your needs, SunForgettable has you covered for summer.

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