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After Sun Moisturizer, 4oz DISCONTINUED
$36.40 $52.00
Description So you cooked yourself up like a strip of bacon this weekend? Hey, it happens. But what DOESN’T have to happen is the painful, burning, dried-out after-effects of a day in the sun. At least, not when you apply THIS to your skin… *Discontinued & Final Sale When a day at the beach gets the best of you (hey, you NEEDED that nap—sunburn or no sunburn), don’t suffer through a couple of days of “OWWWW” every time a thread of fabric barely brushes your skin… Our Sun Down Moisturizer is a soothing, healing balm that absorbs quickly and easily, encourages the regeneration of skin cells, aids healing, moisturizes, and has analgesic, antibacterial, anti-microbial, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Very rich in vitamins A, D, E, F, oleic acid, linoleic acid, and Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids, Sun Down helps to speed recovery and prevent further damage from sunburns,...
Description So you cooked yourself up like a strip of bacon this weekend? Hey, it happens. But what DOESN’T have...
Natural Sun Protection, DISCONTINUED
$27.30 $39.00
Description You’re headed to the beach and you’ve prepared accordingly. Towels…check. Sunglasses…check. Flip flops…check. Trashy romance novel…check. But did you prepare your SKIN for the upcoming bombardment of UV rays? I’m not talking about sunscreen—I’m talking about something you MUST do before you even step out the door… *Discontinued & Final Sale Sure, most people just spray on some generic sunscreen before their summer festivities. But here’s the thing…sunscreen only scratches the surface in protecting from those deadly rays... The truth is, both chemical-laden sunscreens and physical sun blocks, like titanium dioxide, create free radicals when exposed to sunlight. Free radicals are formed naturally in the body and play an important role in many normal cellular processes. However, at high concentrations, free radicals can be hazardous to the body and damage all major components of cells, including DNA, proteins, and cell membranes. The damage to cells caused by free radicals,...
Description You’re headed to the beach and you’ve prepared accordingly. Towels…check. Sunglasses…check. Flip flops…check. Trashy romance novel…check. But did you...