Human skin, the largest organ of the body, effective by both chronological aging as well as environmental aging. Unlike other organs of the body which is mostly effected by chronological aging. The reason for this is the skin has direct contact with the environment, as a result skin will experience environmental UV irradiation damage.
Damaged caused by the sun is cumulative. People with have an active outdoor lifestyle or go in the sun unprotected by sunscreen will experience more
photoaging then someone who uses sunscreen or lives in a place with less sun.
For instance, someone who grew up in California tends to have more skin damage then someone who grew up Washington state. I can see a distinct difference in the amount of wrinkles and age spots on someone who grew up in the northern states and someone who grew up in the sunny south.
Neova DNA Damage Control sunscreens defend against UV insults with the newest, most powerful technology:
Liposome-encapsulated DNA repair enzymes. Clinical studies document the role of these enzymes in reducing the visible consequences of UV-induced damage.
- Photolysomes. A hyper-efficient liposome- encapsulated DNA repair enzyme, photolyase, derived from plankton, is unique in its ability to reduce visible signs of photodamage to skin.
Endosomes. A liposome-encapsulated extract from the marine microbe Micrococcus Lysate. Extremely UV resistant, the extract contains the enzyme UV-endonuclease, which improves the appearance of sun-damaged skin.
DNA Damage Control SmartSunscreens offer a new level of protection against damaging UVA and UVB rays while significantly improving the appearance of photoaged skin. These sunscreens offer the best defense against skin photodamage, providing complete daily photoprotection.
- Neova sunscreens deliver high-performance protection against the aging and burning effects of UVA/UVB rays.
- Defends against the visible signs of DNA skin damage from the sun.