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Indur Hydrate+ SPF 45
Price $30.00
Core Essentials
Indur Hydrate+ SPF 45
1.7 fl oz | 60 Day Supply
The ultimate daytime moisturizer combined with both chemical and physical filters to provide broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection as well as protection against infrared radiation. It also works to even skin tone, increase firmness and reduce wrinkles. More Details
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This Is Great For:

  • Men and women who spend at least 15 minutes in the sun
  • Use as a lightweight daily moisturizer
  • All skin types including acne prone skin
  • Protection against UVA/UVB and infrared radiation
  • Reducing fine lines and wrinkles caused by sun damage
  • Promoting a even and clear complexion
  • Increasing skin hydration

Product Info

Product
Overview:

Indur Hydrate+ SPF 45 is a lightweight moisturizer with sun protection factor (SPF) 45. It contains an innovative blend of ingredients to protect the skin from multiple extrinsic factors known to cause premature aging, including UVA and UVB radiation. Delivering the latest clinical strategies in sun protection, Hydrate+ SPF 45 provides the highest possible level of protection while restoring youthfulness to the skin. Derived from Knotweed Extract, our botanically-based SPF is the first of its kind, preventing the damaging effects of UV radiation on skin health. This fast-absorbing moisturizer also features a high level of niacinamide to reduce wrinkles while promoting a smoother, clearer complexion.
It Will Help You:
Hydrate Skin
Protect From Sun
Prevent & Reduce Wrinkles
Even Skin Tone
Brighten Complexion
Clinical Studies Show

Ingredients

Active Ingredients
Zinc Oxide 12.00%, Octinoxate 7.50%
Inactive Ingredients
Water, Cyclopentasiloxane, Niacinamide, Oleth-3 Phosphate, Octyldodecyl Neopentanoate, Hydroxyethyl Acrylate/Sodium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer, Polyisobutene, PEG-7 Trimethylolpropane Coconut Ether, Glycerin, Tocopheryl Acetate, Polygonum Aviculare Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate, Disodium EDTA, Sodium Hydroxide, Citric Acid, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Polyglyceryl-3 Polydimethylsiloxyethyl Dimethicone, Triethoxysilylethyl Polydimethylsiloxyethyl Hexyl Dimethicone, Triethoxycaprylylsilane

Suggested Usage

Normal Skin
Oily Skin
Dry Skin
Sensitive Skin
Instructions
Apply to face & neck, avoiding the eye area. Wait at least 30 minutes before sun exposure, or as directed by a physician. Reapply after prolonged exposure, physical activity, perspiration or contact with water.
Use in Daytime
1 to 2 Pumps
Upon Waking Up
After Cleansing Face
Warning:

When using this product avoid contact with eyes. Wash with soap and water to remove.

Stop use and ask doctor if rash or irritation develops and lasts.

Caution:

Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.

Expert advice
"Sunscreen is the ultimate defense against aging"

    Unfortunately the sun is our skin’s worst enemy and is the root cause of most skin conditions. Spending time in the sun increases your risk of skin cancer and premature skin aging. To decrease this risk, regularly use a sunscreen with a Broad-Spectrum SPF value of 15 or higher and other sun protection measures including such as limiting time in the sun from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. and wear long sleeved shirts, pants, hats and sunglasses.

    Indur Hydrate+ with SPF 45 is an advanced anti-aging moisturizer that includes a high level of Niaminicide also known as Niacin (vitamin B3). Products with higher amounts of niaminicide may sometimes cause a slight tingling sensation or redness of the face. Please note that these effects are only temporary and will quickly subside.

How It Works


Zinc is an essential micronutrient, meaning our bodies do not produce it on its own. All body tissues contain zinc. In skin, it is five to six times more concentrated in the epidermis than the dermis. Topical zinc, in the form of zinc oxide, is well recognized in dermatology as a protective agent against the sun with soothing properties. Topical zinc has also been recognized for its antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties used to treat a number of skin disorders, including acne vulgaris.



Zinc oxide is widely recognized for its protective effects against sun-induced damage with a highly regarded safety profile. The protective properties of zinc oxide are attributed to its broad filtering of ultraviolet (UV) light spectrum, protecting the skin from both UVA and UVB radiation. This protects the skin from the carcinogenic and skin-damaging consequences of prolonged sun exposure. Zinc oxide provides greater spectrum protection against ultraviolet (UV) exposure superior to titanium oxide.



Topical zinc also possesses anti-aging properties as research has shown sun-damaged facial skin to respond well to zinc treatment. Skin wrinkling and hyperpigmentation are caused and/or exacerbated by oxidative stress, including the oxidative stress presented by UV radiation. Zinc possesses antioxidant properties useful in preventing and reducing UV-induced damage and its associated malignancies. The antioxidant properties of zinc are also associated with treating pigmentary disorders. Eight weeks of zinc resulted in significant elastic fiber regeneration with minimized facial wrinkles. [4] As 80% of visible facial aging signs are caused by UV exposure, the photoprotective (from sun damage) and elastic regenerative properties of zinc are both recognized as effective anti-aging methods.



Octyl methoxycinnamate (octinoxate) is the most commonly used organic UVB filters in sunscreens and cosmetics. Topical application is generally well tolerated, with little to no skin irritation, allergic reaction, or phototoxic effects. A concern with sunscreen use is the absorption and potential for toxicity with regular use. Octinoxate, however, has been tested in clinical human trials with epidermal levels too low to cause any significant toxicity to the underlying human keratinocytes. Additional studies have demonstrated the safety and efficacy of octinoxate to safely protect the skin from UV rays.



Niacinamide, also known as vitamin B3, is well recognized in research for not only its beneficial role in the body when consumed in foods, but also its protective and anti-aging effects when topically applied. Niacinamide contains anti-inflammatory properties with clinical research demonstrating noteworthy protection against UV radiation and its negative effects on the immune system. [10] Nicotinamide has been acknowledged in research as a safe and effective ingredient in sunscreen.



Consistent topical application of niacinamide has also shown to improve facial skin appearance by reducing skin wrinkles, skin yellowing, hyperpigmentation, and red blotchiness while improving skin elasticity and stimulating collagen synthesis. [11] Topical niacinamide also works to treat skin hyperpigmentation by inhibiting the transfer of melanized (dark-pigmented) melanosomes to keratinocytes (skin cells in the outermost layer of the skin). Research has shown 8 weeks of niacinamide application to significantly reduce visible spot pigmentation while increasing skin lightness. [12]



What Research is Saying:


Zinc oxide has been recognized in research as a superior sunscreen agent. Zinc oxide, one of the most frequently used inorganic UV filters, presents some advantages over organic filters, including photostability, non-irritability and broad spectrum protection. [1] Compared to titanium dioxide, zinc oxide protects against long wave UVA radiation to a greater extent. [2] Additional research supports the safety and efficacy of zinc oxide to provide broad-spectrum protection against UVA and UVB. [3] Eight weeks of zinc resulted in significant elastic fiber regeneration with minimized facial wrinkles. Increases in elastin synthesis is associated with wrinkle reduction. [4] A number of studies have also demonstrated the efficacy of zinc treatment to treat pigmentary disorders attributed to its antioxidant, wound-healing, and sunscreen properties. [5]



Research has identified two antioxidant mechanisms contributing to zinc and its benefits on dermatological health. Zinc ions may replace redox active molecules, such as iron and copper, in cell membranes and proteins and zinc ions may induce the synthesis of metallothionein, sulfhydryl-rich proteins that protect against free radicals. [6]



One human clinical trial, which involved topical application of sunscreen agents, involved the analysis of octinoxate. The concentrations of octinoxate in human epidermis after topical application were at least 5-fold lower than those appearing to cause toxicity in cultured human keratinocytes. It was concluded that the human epidermal levels of sunscreens are too low to cause any significant toxicity to the underlying human keratinocytes. [7] Additional research has demonstrated the safety and efficacy of octinoxate to remain on the stratum corneum and protect from solar radiation. [8][9]



Research has shown topical nicotinamide to prevent UV radiation-induced immunosuppression via alterations in cellular energy pathways. [10][11] Consistent topical application of niacinamide has also shown to improve facial skin appearance by reducing skin wrinkles, skin yellowing, hyperpigmentation, and red blotchiness while improving skin elasticity and stimulating collagen synthesis. [12] Additional research has shown 8 weeks of niacinamide application to significantly reduce graded visible spot pigmentation while increasing skin lightness. [13]




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