Inflora Botanica Urges Caution On Stay Out Of The Sun Day
There is such a thing as the correct amount of sun exposure
"There is such a thing as a perfect balance for sun exposure. While too much is always not a good thing, it's also possible to get too little sun, and that can cause problems for vitamin D levels in certain people," says Inflora Botanica CEO Laura Lambert. She further says "We really take this seriously. It's critical to not get sunburned. It can lead to skin cancers down the road at worst and also to unpleasant skin conditions like hyper-pigmentation, pigment loss and of course everyone's favorite: wrinkles."
The Harvard Medical School Health Guide states that "The same DNA-damaging, sunburn-causing UVB wavelengths that sunscreens are designed to block also do some good: They kick off the chemical and metabolic chain reaction that produces vitamin D. Research shows that many people have low vitamin D levels. There is a well-documented relationship between low vitamin D levels and poor bone health. Now links have been made to everything from multiple sclerosis to prostate cancer. "Linking" low vitamin D with these diseases doesn't prove cause-and-effect, but it suggests that possibility."
Inflora Botanica CEO states "it's well known that sun can cause damage but some sun is definitely required. The important thing is to wear a natural sunblock if you're going out when the sun is high, and to care for your skin well after you have been exposed. This includes proper toning and moisturizing. Rosehip seed oil is a great choice."
Inflora Botanica's certified organic rosehip seed oil is made from wild grown and hand harvested rose hips from the species Rosa mosqueta that grow in southern Chile. The seeds are separated out and cold pressed to produce the oil that is so beneficial for skin. The nutrition profile of rosehip seeds includes vitamins E, A, and C, and also essential fatty acids which are all known for skin regeneration.
The Harvard Health Guide further states other important benefits of the sun. "Getting some sun may also shake off the wintertime blues: Research suggests that light hitting your skin, not just your eyes, helps reverse seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Moreover, being outside gets us golfing, gardening, and engaging in other types of physical activity."
About Inflora Botanica
Inflora Botanica believes that skin wellness can be supported through ingredients from nature. Their first product is certified organic rosehip seed oil.
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