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The Sun: Your Most Beautiful Adversary?

October 1, 2019

Ah yes, here comes the sun. So warm, so beautiful, so life giving.
How can such a beautiful, blazing star cause so much damage?
Let’s look at the facts. As most of us now know, the sun can actually be good for you. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), getting anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes of sunlight on your arms, hands, and face two to three times per week is enough to reap the benefits of the sun. However, anything more can cause unwanted issues.

Benefits of Appropriate Sun Exposure

  1. Elevates mood
  2. Improves sleep
  3. Promotes bone growth and strength
  4. Boosts the immune system
  5. Lowers blood pressure
  6. Promotes weight loss
  7. Increases Vitamin D levels and activates dormant Vitamin D

Fanelli_SunFace Now take a good hard look at the photo. This unidentified 69-year-old trucker has been on the road for 28 years and has accumulated lots of exposure to ultraviolet (UVA) radiation. The man’s condition is called unilateral dermato-heliosis and the man’s skin has been gradually thickening over the past 25 years. UVA rays transmitted through clouds and window glass to penetrate the skin’s layers has been tied to aging and wrinkles. According to the New England Journal of Medicine, chronic UVA exposure can result in thickening of the skin’s top visual layers of living tissue, (the epidermis) as well as destroys the skin’s elastic fibers.
 
 
This truck driver took the brunt of the damage on the left side of his face because of his many hours behind the wheel. Maybe you’re not behind the wheel as much as a trucker, but you’re probably behind the wheel frequently…more than you realize. Have you ever felt the hot sun beating down on your face? Clearly the above picture is factual evidence proving too much sun will cause some degree of skin damage whether it be spring, summer, fall or winter.

Immortal Opulence has a solution that addresses sun damaged skin and other factors of aging such as dry, wrinkled, sagging skin. There are many rare and wild ingredients in our formulation which penetrate deep into your skin and regenerate your skin at the cellular level without chemicals or synthetics.

Immortal Opulence contains essential oils such as Red Rasberry Seed Oil and Carrot Seed Oil. Our carefully researched, family farm grown, Red Rasberry Seed Oil and our Carrot Seed Oil will effectively moisturize, improve skin elasticity, improve smoothness, reduce wrinkles and skin lines, and give you that elusive healthy glow. These oils penetrate deep into the skin to reduce wrinkles, repair damage, hydrate dry skin, lighten age spots, and reduce the “leathery” appearance of your neck, chest, and hands from too many unnecessary hours in the sun.

These ingredients create a high-performance skin reparative cream. Chemicals won’t do the job and in fact can make skin matters worse.

If you use a pure, clean, chemical-free sun block of SPF 15 or higher, combined with Immortal Opulence skin cream, you will have established a solid defense from skin destruction and accelerated skin aging. For our ultimate recommendation on the absolute safest and purest sun block to use just go to: www.immortalopulence.com, scroll down to the bottom to the “contact us” form and request our recommendation.

Richard Fanelli is an obsessive holistic researcher and the Founder and Formulator of Immortal Opulence Skin Cream and currently resides in Old Wethersfield. Immortal Opulence is offering a special right now with a FREE 2 oz. bottle of Immortal-C face serum normally priced at $70.00. They are running a contest/career opportunity to find someone to join the IO family, as the face of Immortal Opulence. Go to: www.ImmortalOpulence.com for details.

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