UVA

Why is UVA ray bad for your skin? UVA radiation causes significant cumulative damage to the skin that can be much more severe than sunburn caused by UVB radiation.

What are the benefits?

Sunlight is responsible for 80% of skin ageing, and there is no benefit to being exposed to UV rays. Some may argue that Vitamin D is necessary, and it is; however, Vitamin D can be taken orally.

We, at Indomitable Beauty, believe that no skincare routine is complete without sunscreen.

Use our Super Antioxidant Booster during the day, under your sunscreen to improve its performance and stop free radicals in its tracks. The Renewal Elixir can be used in the evening to rejuvenate and nourish your skin.


Ref:
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Amaro-Ortiz A, Yan B, D'Orazio JA. Ultraviolet radiation, aging and the skin: prevention of damage by topical cAMP manipulation. Molecules. 2014 May 15;19(5):6202-19. doi: 10.3390/molecules19056202. PMID: 24838074; PMCID: PMC4344124.