Fall is in full swing, and after a long, hot Summer, we welcome it with open arms. But just because we’re stowing our shorts doesn’t mean packing away our SPF. From harmful UVA/UVB rays plus the visible effects of blue light & pollution, don’t hit snooze on protecting and defending your skin this season.
Meet our NEW Advanced Retinol Daily Repair Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 30. This expertly engineered formula combines skincare’s gold standard ingredient with UVA/UVB defense in one daily moisturizer. This all-in-one daily moisturizer combines the protective power of Broad Spectrum SPF 30 and antioxidants with the corrective power of Retinol to visibly correct multiple signs of aging. It's hydrating, cast-free, and gentle enough for daily use right from the start. In short, it’s clinically shown to target multiple signs of aging while defending skin against sun damage, pollution, environmental stress, and visible effects of blue light so you can seize the day fully protected.
And here’s a wake-up call. SPF should be used every day (and now so can Retinol). This cast-free, fast-absorbing formula is gentle enough to wear daily, even under makeup, as it delivers long-lasting moisture and complete protection without the heavy feel.
In this digitally obsessed world, studies show we clock more than 10 hours of screen time per day. Thanks to modern skincare tech, the latest SPFs offer blue light protection and defense against UVA and UVB rays. We know it seems weird to put on sunscreen indoors but trust us — you’ll love all the skin-saving benefits it offers when you wear SPF inside.
The need for year-round SPF is particularly present for urban dwellers who need city-proof skincare. From bad air quality to a host of free radicals wreaking havoc on city skin, city life is stressful for your brain and skin. Environmental stressors like UV rays and airborne toxins can lead to lines and wrinkles and leave skin irritated, dull, and lackluster.
Regardless of where you live and your skincare situation, defend and protect your skin by making sunscreen an essential part of any skincare regimen.
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