Pure Radiance introduces Solis for sun protection

Pure Radiance introduces Solis for sun protection

Dr. Al Sears' private label Pure Radiance is introducing Solis, a natural, botanical sun protection product that actually nourishes your skin and protects it from sun damage.

Studies show that typical commercial sunscreens can actually increase the damaging effects of the sun's rays. Dr. Al Sears' private label Pure Radiance is introducing Solis, a natural, botanical sun protection product that actually nourishes your skin and protects it from sun damage.

University of California researchers have found that oxybenzone, a common sunscreen ingredient, increases the production of dangerous free radicals in the skin. In addition, the Food and Drug Administration states that BHA, also found in many sunscreen products, should be avoided and not used at all on young children. These and other chemicals that absorb easily through the skin can lower the body's natural defenses against sun damage and contribute to a host of other problems, including:

Injuring DNA,

Affecting hormone balance and the production of thyroid hormones,

Early puberty in children,

Breast and skin cancers,

And male infertility.

Also, typical sunscreens impede the body's ability to get enough vitamin D, which promotes bone strength and a healthy immune system, controls blood pressure and much more.

To allow people to enjoy the benefits of the sun without the health risks that ordinary sunscreens present, Dr. Sears created the all-natural sunscreen Solis, containing botanical ingredients that actually promote skin health, and permit the body to get the vitamin D it needs.

Solis contains:

No harmful chemicals

Nearly invisible micro-fine zinc, nature's perfect sunblock, which forms a barrier against the sun's rays and boosts the skin's antioxidant defenses

Abdiroba oil, which acts as an insect repellent

Shea butter, which helps limit water loss from the skin, leaving it smoother and softer

The natural moisturizers glycerin and Canadian willowherb

Capuacu butter, a plant extract containing powerful antioxidants which may help boost the skin's natural defenses

Rather than having a chemical smell, Solis exudes the light natural fragrance of thyme and orange.

"The truth is, most commercial sunscreens can be harmful to the body," said Dr. Sears. "Why allow them to absorb through your skin when there is a natural way to shield yourself from overexposure to the sun? With Solis, I've created the 'perfect' sunscreen that is truly effective, with only natural ingredients, that don't risk your health."

For more information about Solis, visit www.mypureradiance.com or call Pure Radiance toll free at 888.795.4005.

About Pure Radiance Inc.

Pure Radiance products are a natural blend of the world's most powerful nutrients. These formulas nourish and repair the skin, allowing it to renew and rejuvenate itself. Dr. Sears and his team of experts provide ways to naturally enrich skin to keep it glowing, radiant and wrinkle-free. They offer skin-nourishing nutrition, anti-aging exercise tips and professional expertise for naturally achieving vibrant-looking skin and hair. For more information about Pure Radiance, visit www.mypureradiance.com or toll free at 888.795.4005.

About Dr. Al Sears, M.D.

Dr. Al Sears is one of the nation's first board-certified, anti-aging physicians. He is also a board-certified clinical nutritionist, strength coach, ACE-certified fitness trainer and author. He enjoys a worldwide readership and has appeared on more than 50 national radio programs, ABC News, CNN and ESPN.

He is one of today's leading voices in anti-aging and alternative medicine. Dr. Sears has seen more than 20,000 patients at his thriving private practice, located in Royal Palm Beach, Fla. He earned his medical degree from the University Of South Florida College Of Medicine in Tampa, Fla., where he graduated with honors in Internal Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry and Physical Medicine.

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