Fashion trends, make up trends, furnishing trends, we all know they are born in Europe. Before many trends succeed in America, it first explodes in the European scene. This includes a lure of other things like skin products. We all know that French women always look stylish. This same amount of care that they apply to the way they dress also applies to how they take of their skin.
The latest news in sun protection technology – one of the first components in maintaining a youthful appearance – is the sun filtering molecule Mexoryl SX. Approved by the FDA in 2006, Mexoryl SX is also known as Ecamsule. The American dermatology community and skin lovers alike, are thrilled with the approval of Ecamsule as it gives Americans another tool in the fight against skin aging.
When combined with other sun filtering compounds, ecamsule affords broad spectrum protection against the sun’s UVB and UVA rays. Most sunscreens in the market today only protect the skin from UVB rays. But UVA rays are the ones associated with skin aging and deep cellular damage that may ultimately lead to some types of skin cancers.
Products such as the Anthelios line of sunscreens by La Roche Posay and the Ombrelle line by L’Oreal, contain Ecamsule. These products have been used and available in Canada and Europe for the past decade so they come with a proven track record, giving you comfort that your skin is in the hands of experts.
Though the first defense against the sun is to cover up and limit your exposure, you can take comfort in the knowledge that sunscreen products like Anthelios by La Roche Posay and Ombrelle by L’Oreal contain Ecamsule, an effective ingredient that will help you to maintain healthy and youthful looking skin. Anthelios and Ombrellecan be purchased from quality pharmacies throughout Canada and worldwide.