Enjoy the sun by all means, but if you plan to be outdoors for more than 20 minutes, do everything in your power to maintain clear and healthy skin.
Sunscreen The first and most obvious is to apply a topical preventive that goes by many names: sunscreen, sunblock, suntan lotion. Each protects your skin from burning, but the higher its Sun Protection Factor (SPF), the more effectively it will protect your skin from ultraviolet (UV) rays.
Is your dry skin crying out for relief? It’s not the weather or the climate that makes your skin dry, though they can make dry skin worse. You may have lower levels of ceramides, natural lipids that are designed to protect your outermost layer of skin—the epidermis—from moisture loss.
If you use a dry-skin lotion that contains ceramides, you already know how effective ceramides can be in helping to increase moisture to your skin.
Why ask French women what they know about beauty? They keep it simple. What they know about moisturizing and protecting your skin makes sense.
The foundation for a basic beauty routine is preventing dryness. French women practice these few, simple habits to stay hydrated and minimize damage.
Take Grape Seed Extract with fish oil and a multivitamin for optimal wellness*
It’s raining free radicals.
And you need a powerful umbrella to help your body retain its cellular protection.*
When you take antioxidants, you’re shielding yourself from free radicals, environmental and oxidative stress that attack your body’s cells and can cause premature cellular aging.*
Wine, cheese and bread—the French live on them and also enjoy good heart health, thanks to the Resveratrol in red wine. That’s The French Paradox. And as you know, you can enjoy all the benefits of our Resveratrol 250mg and still enjoy your red wine in moderation.*
The French understand the significance of food in their quality of life, particularly their wine, cheese and French bread.
So it’s a surprise to learn that the baguette is only about half as important to the French diet as it once was.
The avocado is a moisturizer made by nature—rich in healthy fats as well as vitamins A, D and E. Whether eaten or applied topically, the avocado soothes, moisturizes and nourishes healthy skin and hair. You can substitute it for cream in your favorite recipes.
We can’t wait to try this 15 Minute Creamy Avocado Pasta recipe.
Avocados and collagen team up for beautiful skin