Nothing beats the feeling of pure, warm sunlight on your skin, especially after a cold and dreary winter. We often take for granted the life-giving power of the sun and completely ignore its many health benefits. On one hand, sun helps us to produce vitamin D, a hormone necessary for bone health and optimal immune function; on the other, too much sunlight can also cause deleterious effects on skin elasticity and function, aggressively facilitating the early signs of aging. Having these extreme oppositions means we need to find a balance between getting enough and avoiding damage resulting from overexposure. And, regardless of what you may have heard in the past, this doesn’t always have to require the use of sunscreen. Read more
Monday, June 22, 2015
Ditch the Chemical Sunscreen
Our ancestors protected themselves against sun damage without chemical sunscreen for thousands of Years. Edward Group reveals the secret to protecting your skin without slathering on dangerous chemicals.