Protect Your Skin From Sun & Blue Light Damage
This is a feel-good all-over product breakthrough! SusanObagi MD Physical Defense Tinted Broad Spectrum SPF 50 mineral-based physical sunblock protects you from 99% of UVB and UVA rays, plus other damaging visible light. SPF 50 is recommended by the FDA and American Cancer Association!
- Ideal for all skin types.
- Sensitive skin is soothed.
- Safe for post-procedure use.
- Tinted formula blurs redness!
- Titanium dioxide & zinc oxide are safe for ocean reefs!
- Protects skin from UVA, UVB HEV, VIS and IR ray
Obagi Medical Bio-Detox
Obagi Medical’s one-of-a kind Bio-Detox blend is soothing and brings strong antioxidant protection.
- Broccoli extract – Rich in Vitamin C and E, two powerful antioxidants that also promote skin healing and hydration.
- Citrus Bioflavonoids for anti-aging and protection from free radicals caused by oxidation stress that stems from the sun, pollution and other environmental sources.
- Aloe – Soothes irritated skin and reduces redness..
How Does Mineral Sunblock Work?
This sumptuous titanium dioxide & zinc oxide tinted formula gets to work as soon as you apply it to your face. Unlike chemical sunscreens, it is not absorbed into your skin. It sits on the surface to block and scatter the sun’s rays.
Above & Beyond Sun Protection
SusanObagi MD Physical Defense Tinted Broad Spectrum SPF 50 is not just for use outdoors. Apply indoors to protect your skin from HEV blue light emitted from digital devices such as computer and TV screens, mobile phones and fluorescent and LED bulbs. HEV light is a short-wave blue light that is cumulative and causes photo-aging.
Also protects again Infrared Radiation (IR) from the sun’s heat.
How Do Antioxidants Protect The Skin?
Antioxidants give up one of their electrons to balance damaging free radicals that are created from oxidation stress to the skin. Antioxidants are able to loose an electron without become unstable themselves! UVA, UVB, blue light and pollution are all strong triggers of oxidation and the creation of free radicals.
What Are Free Radicals?
Free radicals are electrons that have become separated from molecules or atoms through a chemical change called oxidation. Once alone, the electrons are unsteady and search the body looking to join other electrons or steal one. Their actions of leaving and joining can create further instability and damage DNA.
Examples of weakening and darkening from oxidation include browning of apples and bananas as well as rust on metals .
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