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5 Ways to Maximize Sunblock Protection 500 333 Facercise

5 Ways to Maximize Sunblock Protection

facial exercisesIt’s surprising how many people do facial exercises and use pricey skin care products but don’t wear sunscreen. The sun’s dangerous ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause damage that is often beyond repair. Too much sun exposure leads to premature aging, fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and skin cancer.

While the best way to avoid the aging effects of sun damage is to avoid exposure altogether, it’s not a realistic game plan. A powerful sunscreen, such as our Protective Sunblock SPF 30, must be your weapon of choice.

Read on for some tips to protect your skin from damaging UV rays.

1. Apply SPF Sunscreen Every Day

Whether you live in sunny southern California or rainy Seattle, daily sunscreen is a mandatory. Use a minimum of SPF 30 and wear it every single day, rain, snow or shine. If you are outside for extended periods of time (more than 75 minutes), generously re-apply your sunscreen several times.

2. Don’t Wait Until You’re Outside

It takes a least 20 minutes for your skin to properly absorb sunscreen and be completely protected. For best results, apply sunscreen a minimum of 20 minutes prior to exposure and before you get dressed. If you apply it with your clothes on, chances are you will miss critical areas.

3. Apply Generously

The old adage “less is more” does not apply when it comes to sunscreen. Since people are of all different sizes, there is no generic amount of sunscreen that works for everyone. The only rule that stands is that you can never apply too much. Use enough to provide even coverage all over your body—and then some. Our Protective Sunblock SPF 30 is lightweight and non-comedogenic so it won’t clog pores or cause breakouts no matter how much you use.

4. Don’t Count on Makeup

Many people make the mistake of using moisturizer or foundation with SPF in lieu of sunscreen. You can definitely use both for added protection, but never skip sunscreen altogether. These products must be used in conjunction with sunscreen to provide proper coverage.

5. Keep it Fresh

Sunscreens do expire, so don’t hoard old bottles. Their active ingredients lose strength over time, rendering them ineffective. Bottles can also get contaminated when kept for too long. Buy new bottles every season to make sure your sunscreen is working.

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6 Fall Skin Care Tips 500 333 Facercise

6 Fall Skin Care Tips

facial exercisesIt’s official—fall is in full swing! We love this time of year because you can undo some of the damage you may have done this summer. Facial exercises may rock but they don’t prevent sun damage!

As we head into colder temperatures, it’s important to adjust your skin care regimen accordingly. Below are a few tips for improving the appearance of your skin this season.

1. Replenish Moisture

When summer humidity disappears, we need to compensate to keep skin hydrated. Swap out lightweight moisturizer for a thicker cream that helps retain moisture and protect your skin’s barrier. This is especially important for your nighttime regimen, so that the skin can rehydrate during its rejuvenation process.

2. Cut Back on Exfoliation

Reduce exfoliation during this time of year. The colder, drier environment will not buffer the effects of exfoliation like summer humidity does. It’s still important to exfoliate—just a little less frequently. An excellent way to slough off the excess without irritation is to do a Face Lift to Go every seven to 10 days.

3. Continue Using Sunscreen

Just because summer’s over, that doesn’t mean it’s a free-for-all in the sun! UV radiation presents all year long, making sunscreen critical, rain or shine. Apply our Protective Sunblock SPF 30 every single day.

4. Add Vitamin C

Vitamin C acts a backup for sunscreen—it fights off UV damage that may not be fully blocked by sunscreen. It also promotes collagen production, brightens your complexion and reduces the appearance of sun spots and hyperpigmentation. Use a topical like our Vitamin C Complex serum and increase your citrus consumption.

5. Take Care of Your Hands

Hands need just as much attention, especially with drier air in the environment. Invest in a rich hand cream—you can even use your face moisturizer. Apply sunscreen to your hands religiously.

6. Schedule Monthly Treatments

Commit to monthly skin care treatments in the hands of an expert—all year long!

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5 Reasons You Need Sunblock 500 333 Facercise

5 Reasons You Need Sunblock

sumblockWe’re always surprised when clients who practice Facercise daily ask if they need to wear sunblock. Your skin is your largest organ, so it needs the most protection. If you don’t wear it every single day, believe me, you will regret it! Applying sunblock every day is essential for both anti-aging and protecting your overall health. My Protective Sunblock SPF 30 is one of my best-sellers because it provides grease-free, long-lasting protection.

Read on for five reasons to make proper skin protection a priority.

1.  Sunblock Protects Against Dangerous UV Rays

The ozone layer is depleting—this means you need powerful protection from harmful rays and sunburn. We’ve all been there—red skin that feels hot and painful to the touch and sometimes even blisters and peels. No bueno! While the immediate suffering fades away in a few days, the sun damage can be permanent and plays a role in those fine lines and wrinkles we’re all trying to avoid. Don’t risk it for a second—wear sunscreen every single day, rain or shine.

2. Skin Cancer is on The Rise

Even with all the information out there about the sun’s harmful rays, more and more cases of skin cancer are reported each year. Wearing sunscreen reduces your risk of this potentially deadly disease.

3. Sunblock Combats Discoloration

Many skin conditions, such as hyperpigmentation and age spots, are a direct result of sun exposure. The sun can also exacerbate melasma, rosacea and overall sensitivity.

4. It Slows Down Wrinkling and Premature Aging

Research shows that regular use of sunblock protects against photoaging, which includes wrinkling and loss of elasticity caused by exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet radiation.

5. Sunblock Reduces the Appearance of Veins and Redness

The sun’s dangerous ultraviolet rays destroy the collagen that surrounds the tiny veins and capillaries in facial skin, resulting in greater visibility. The appearance of those red veins, blotchiness and redness grows more pronounced with repeated sun exposure.

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3 Summer Skin Must-Haves 400 600 Facercise

3 Summer Skin Must-Haves

facial exercisesSummer is in full swing—so we hope you’ve been wearing sunscreen and doing your facial exercises every day. There are a few weeks left to take that beach vacay, hit those outdoor workouts or simply while away the days by the pool. Yet if the great outdoors is part of your summer plan, then protection is a must. Your skin is at its most vulnerable this time of year due to the sun’s powerful UV rays and other environmental stressors.

It’s never too late to whip your skincare protocol into shape. Proper skin care prevents sun damage and keeps your skin looking youthful and beautiful. Make sure the following essentials are part of your everyday routine.

1. High Density C Serum

Vitamin C serum is a must during summer months. It combats dangerous free radicals, protects skin from sun damage and strengthens your skin. Our High Density C Serum boosts collagen production to help skin maintain its elasticity and firmness while imparting a healthy glow. It even prevents the formation of sun spots and hyperpigmentation and can reverse damage that’s already been done. Clients also use it to heal sunburned skin.

2. Protective Sunblock SPF 30

Sunblock is mandatory every day, rain or shine. The sun’s UVA and UVB rays are their strongest this time of year, which can cause serious damage. Protect your skin from wrinkles, sun spots, hyperpigmentation and sagging by layering vitamin C and Protective Sunblock SPF 30 every day. Apply it at least 20 minutes before stepping outside and cover every area that will be exposed to the sun. At a minimum, hit your face, hands, front and back of the neck, top of your ears and décolleté. Re-apply several times per day.

3. Nourishing E Oil

Vitamin E oil is another excellent antioxidant that helps neutralize free radicals and replenishes moisture to dry skin. Our Nourishing E Oil offers a gentle way to remove makeup, hydrate summer skin and lock in moisture after a bath or shower.

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