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Just SPF Isn’t Enough!

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Why SPF Just Isn’t EnoughThe Sun is your skin's worst enemy!   You really need to take the Sun serious.  The Sun has the power damage your skin and cause cancer.  So protect yourself  everyday not just on National Sunscreen Day (May 27th).

Now when it comes to your complexion the environment also has to be considered.  The wind and cold will dry your skin out.  Particles in the air can clog your pores.  Pollutants interferes with the process for rebuilding skin cells. Extreme temperature changes can cause an imbalance in the skin.  

This why SPF isn't enough.  So since not going outside is not an option, what can you do to protect your skin and keep it young looking.  Doctors and skin advisors will tell you that you need to do two key things, protect and repair.  

I know your are on the edge of your chair wondering  how you can protect and repair.  Well for starters wearing a hat will help when out in the sun.  You also need to build a solid defense.   One way to achieve this is by using Avon's 
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ANEW Clinical Skinvincible SPF Lotion (day time) and Deep Recovery Cream (night time).  This duo is a powerful it gives your a powerful punch.  These products protect against environmental stressors and repair the harm already done.  

It is reported by some that these products used together can repair years of damage.  After  eight weeks of use  the majority of women show improvement in their skin's overall health and radiance.  

Its time to start a new chapter in your skincare.  We all have to fight  so we can say good bye to wrinkles and sun spots.  We all want to say hello to  healthy glowing skin.


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