Society advances fast as lightening, especially with regards to new skin care products. There are emerging brands and product lines that are hitting the shelves than ever before. We’ve even been seeing new edible skin care products hit the market over the past couple months. I wrote about the UVO drinkable sunscreen product a few months back. Now I’m here to share the news about Heliocare, the sunscreen pill that protects your skin against harmful UVA and UVB rays.
Edible Skin Care And Sunscreen Pills Are Here!
These types of products are literally sweeping the nation and they’re disrupting the skin care industry. I’d put them in the same category or sexy-ness as the products incorporating exotic ingredients today. These edible products are considered by some to be a convenient way to protect your skin without having to deal with the side effects that topical ointments and creams can have. However, before you go shotgunning a ton of UVO drinks or taking a handful of pills.
Take for example Heliocare, this is a supplement that comes in the form of a single pill. You take it once per day and it can help protect your skin from free radicals. These are the primary culprits when it comes to damaging your skin. The UVA and UVB rays cause excessive free radical buildup which can do a number on your skin. Heliocare is formulated with something they call Fernblock PLE Technology. Guess what, that special technology is what helps protect your skin. I’d love the chance to connect with the product creators and learn more about the supplement.
If you’re interested in putting down the bottle of sunscreen for a while and trying out Heliocare, then you’re in luck. They product is economically priced and it’s available at many major retail pharmacy chains across the country. It can also be purchased online at over half a dozen websites.
Although these products are becoming increasingly popular, you need to take precautions and read the ingredient labels of each product. Most of these edible skin care products contain zinc oxide or titanium dioxide. These are two very common and effective ingredients used to protect your skin from UV damage.
As time progresses, I can see people incorporating these non-traditional supplements into their daily routines. After all, it’s easier to pop a pill or down a drink then it is to apply cream all over your body!
However, you must understand that these supplements have not been approved by the FDA. Taking that into consideration is certainly important and you must always proceed with caution when ingesting products not yet approved.