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InVite Health Podcast, Episode hosted by Amanda Williams, MPH
Finding ways to enjoy the summer sun without damaging your skin is oftentimes a heavy feat to ask. This is because UV damage to the skin can be very pronounced and that photoaging can get worse. This is why you will often see people who have significant amounts of sun damage to their skin. The summer months are upon us, so what can help with this issue? How can you go out and enjoy that summer sun, soak up some Vitamin D and do it in a healthy way?†
Antioxidants and summer skin
With the summer sun comes the UV radiation that can do significant damage to the health of our skin. People are always looking for ways to protect their skin against UV light. There has been more and more focus on antioxidants, as well as considerable focus and research going on looking at the way antioxidants offer support at cellular and tissue levels. This is in response not only to the damaging and harmful effects brought on by UV radiation, such as inflammation, but also to the oxidative stress.†
Things such as carotenoids, Vitamin E, Vitamin C and different polyphenols are being vastly researched for these reasons. When we look at combining different antioxidants, we can see how that is actually a strategy for protecting human skin from damage done by UV exposure. Purples HxⓇ is a mixture of antioxidants that will pack a punch and can easily be added into your summer routine.†
The power behind Purples HxⓇ
Purples HxⓇ helps promote your skin health at a cellular level and also provides an extra layer of protection when it comes to UV radiation. This superfood mixture is a powerful source of anthocyanins, which offer protection from the sun’s UV rays. These anthocyanins are dark-colored pigments naturally derived from fruits and vegetables. They can really pack a powerful punch when added to your summer skin care regimen. The anthocyanins also supply bio-active pigments or constituents that can actually act as UV absorbers.†
So what is in the Purples HxⓇ formulation? It has blueberry extract, blackberry extract, black cherry extract, bilberry extract, currant extract, carrot root extract and more. All of these nutrients work synergistically together to help fend off free radicals, as well as those UV rays. It also contains carnitine and taurine, which are two very important amino acids for energy, heart health and brain function. It’s a really great way for you to protect and support your summer skin, along with these powerful amino acids.†
In this episode, Amanda Williams, MPH discusses Purples HxⓇ and its ability to support, nourish and protect summer skin. She explains how the anthocyanins contained in this formula can help absorb potentially damaging rays from the sun and why this is so important for healthy, glowing summer skin.†
- How sunscreen fits into your summer skin routine
- Purples HxⓇ as a replacement for sugary juices
- Studies on the anti-photoaging benefits of anthocyanins
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