It’s a blistering hot day out— the kind where you set out with a task list in hand, determined to get it ALL done, only to come to the unfortunate realization that you can’t think, can’t breathe, can’t process anything as you are hit square on by a wave of heat at the door.
“Oh no, it’s gonna be one of those days”, you had said to yourself this morning.
It’s 2 o’clock now— and it very indeed was panning out to be one of those days.
“Oh, I need some sunscreen!”
“This one said SPF 50…”
“This one says SPF30+…”
“Oh wow, this one has five-plus signs after, does that mean it’s extra extra extra protective??”
“Chemical sunscreen? That sounds kind of dangerous…wonder what’s in that one..”
“This one says micronized? Micro-whaa? Are we even looking at sunscreens anymore?”
With such an extensive selection of sun protection products available on the market today, it is often very challenging for consumers to truly make an informed decision with what they are purchasing and putting on themselves and their loved ones everyday.
At Moor Spa, our SPF 30+ Face Cream and SPF30+ Body Lotion are two of our most celebrated products, not only during the hottest months but also year-round.
Estheticians love applying this post-treatment on their clients’ freshly hydrated skin beautifully treated skin. Makeup Artists adore it for under the foundation as it provides a water-resistant, invisible finish with its specially formulated micronized Zinc Oxide and micronized Titanium Oxide.
The process of reducing the average diameter of a solid material’s particles.
The process of micronizing our Zinc Oxide and Titanium Oxide in our Sun Care Line not only ensures our clients do not have to worry about an unsightly grey-white cast that is present in a majority of mineral-based sunscreen products, but it also creates a smooth, even barrier to shield your skin from both UVA and UVB damage.
To better understand why we recommend a physical sunscreen with a high concentration of micronized particles, we must also explore the different types of UV rays that we are exposed to every day.