• October 4, 2023

Did you know that you should wear sunscreen not only when you’re outdoors or at the beach but also when you’re indoors? That’s because the benefits of sunscreen go beyond protecting your skin from the harmful UV rays of the sun. Sunscreen is a crucial part of skincare routines as it slows down skin aging, maintains an even skin tone, and reduces the risk of skin cancer.

Amway, the global leader in health and wellness, has a new versatile sunscreen that goes beyond the ordinary. The Artistry Skin Nutrition Multi-Defense UV Protect SPF50+ sunscreen offers full light protection as well as antioxidant and barrier strengthening benefits against free radicals to maintain the health of your skin in various settings. 

Artistry Skin Nutrition’s sunscreen has a silky-light texture that absorbs quickly, preserves natural skin tone, and provides a non-greasy, hydrating feel. It can even double as a makeup primer.

Full light protection comes from the sunscreen’s Multi-Filter Blend of five active sunscreen ingredients that provide the brand’s highest level Broad Spectrum UVA/UVB protection with SPF50+/PA++++.

The Multi-Defense UV Protect SPF50+ sunscreen is formulated with Prevent Complex, a blend of Nutrilite-grown Acerola Cherry, Australian Daisy, and Blackberry that boosts skin’s natural defense system by 350%; Carnosine Peptide that fights against skin-damaging blue light and infrared light; Nutrilite-grown Pomegranate that fights air pollution’s irritating effects; Nutrilite-grown White Chia Seed that nourishes and protects skin’s healthy beauty; and Chrysanthemum Morifolia Flower Extract plus time-release Cica extract for all-day antioxidant protection.

This sunscreen is also certified vegan and oxybenzone- and octinoxate-free. It also upholds the Artistry Clean standards as it’s formulated with no parabens, phthalates, mineral oil, and over 1,000 other ingredients that you may be concerned about.

The sunscreen is recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation, which means that its formula meets the criteria of their volunteer Photobiology Committee. With their seal of approval, you can trust that the sunscreen is safe and effective at preventing skin damage that can lead to skin cancer when used as directed.

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