Tuesday, May 21, 2013

HelioCare: natural anti-aging supplement with antioxidant effects

 Hey Purty!
Well, it seems I preach sunscreen daily-so today is no different, though this time, it's a type of sunscreen supplement that helps your skin protect itself against sun related effects and aging.

Stick with me here. You still need to appy sunscreen daily. Preferably a high spf that is broad spectrum. But!
There's always a but-isn't there? 

If you add a supplement like Heliocare to help protect your skin all over from the inside out it's like doing double duty for skin cancer prevention and protection as well as warding off the melanomas and premature aging caused by the sun.

I've been taking my supplement for two weeks now. Do I notice an extreme difference in my skin? Not really-but I do have an added peace of mind that I'm taking an extra preventative step to protect my skin while I'm busy in the Arizona sun with the usual list of swimming, biking, running, and just driving the car!

You can get your Heliocare from Walgreen's and fine dermatologist offices, just use the Physician Locator on the Heliocare website.  It's also available online through LovelySkin.com and Drugstore.com.

HELIOCARE™ harnesses the natural and powerful antioxidants in Polypodium leucotomos extract to help preserve your skin’s ability to protect against sun-related effects and aging.*
Taken orally once per day, natural HELIOCARE can help you maintain more youthful looking skin – and you can still enjoy the sun. However, Heliocare is not a sunscreen and should be used in addition to topical sun protection.

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12 New Fragrances That Smell Like Summer in a Bottle

It's not possible to bottle summer, but these new fragrances come pretty close

12 New Fragrances That Smell Like Summer in a Bottle

This is a TotalBeauty.com Perfume article

Summer always comes with positive connotations (vacations, the beach, endless sunshine, frosty cocktails), even when it comes to smells. Once May hits, the air starts to smell of sunscreen, salt water, juicy watermelon, and afternoon barbeques. So it's no surprise that we get the most excited about the new summer fragrances. To help you get a better gist of these refreshing summer scents, we threw out the usual and unhelpful descriptors ("sensual," "refined," etc.) and came up with specific people, places, and things that these scents remind us of. Click ahead to find your favorite summer fragrance now.

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