Being olive toned, I have a really hard time finding a sunscreen care regimen that works for me. When I am in the sun, I always burn the first time; however, it is a burn you cannot see. People with olive-toned skin like Latinas and Italians still burn. It just takes us a little longer for it to happen. Most of us have not used sunscreen when we were younger because we never felt the need. Shoot, most of us do not when they are older and that is why skin cancer is on the rise. Do you want to look like you have been baking in the sun, all weathered and wrinkled? You do not have to!
Artistry has developed Time Defiance UV Defense SPF 50 Facial Sunscreen which works brilliantly with olive-toned skin. Latinas and Italians rejoice! You too can be safe from the suns harsh rays with a sunscreen made just for you! Not only does the Time Defiance UV Defense SPF 50 Facial Sunscreen protect you from the sun, but it also helps reduce the appearance of existing dark spots, discolorations, and redness. It does this in a non-ashy way! Superb! You can follow Artistry and Amway at @artistrybeauty and @amwayus. and facebook.com/ArtistryUS.
There is a common misconception that darker-skinned individuals are not at risk of sunburn or skin cancer. Although those with dark skin won’t get sunburned as quickly, they can still burn and are still susceptible to UV-induced damage such as wrinkles, age spots, uneven pigmentation, and skin cancer,” cautions Rhonda Solberg, a scientist behind TIME DEFIANCE UV Defense SPF 50.
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- Time Defiance UV Defense SPF 50 facial sunscreen
- Time Defiance System: cleanser, toner, day and night cremes ($237)
- Anti-wrinkle firming serum ($138)
- Renewing Peel ($99.50)
- Crème Luxury ($340)
- Crème Luxury eye ($175)
- Light up lip gloss ($15.75)
- 3D facial powder ($28.55)
- Mascara ($25)
- Tinted moisturizer ($23.65)
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pimpls and big pores
protecting my skin from uv rays
UV rays would be my biggest concern. Along w/ brown spots. Here in WA the mornings in summer can be foggy or overcast then it becomes sunny in the afternoon with 5pm being our hottest time of day usually. Since it starts out grey I generally forget the sunscreen.
Sunburn is my biggest concern this summer.
My skin concern this summer is getting rid of my oily skin. Most sun protection I use makes my skin more oily and I break out a lot.
my concern is sun damage
My skin is really dry and I need to maintain daily moisture for my skin.
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