CyberDERM Every Morning Sun Whip Facial Sunscreen SPF 25

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CyberDERM's most popular formula is a superb facial sunscreen with a cashmere matte finish.  It can be applied daily to the face, neck, chest, and hands.  This is a lighter, daily sunscreen lotion with some additional hydration.

The formulation contains a concentrate of 15% zinc oxide.  As you probably know, mothers apply zinc oxide to babies' bottoms because it's soothing and calming to the skin.  But here, the Zinc oxide provides an important attribute: photo-stable protection against both UVB and UVA rays whereas most commercial products, lacking both zinc oxide or titanium oxide, provide only scant protection against UVA rays - no matter how high the SPF rating.

Another key ingredient in Every Morning Sun Whip is 7.5% encapsulated octinoxate.   It's an important innovation in sunscreen formulation.  Conventional octinoxate is active with a small molecular weight and approximately half a nanometer in size.  It is absorbed into the body and has the potential to disrupt the endocrine system and not an ingredient normally used.  Encapsulation, however, changes everything.  The active octinoxate is enclosed in a completely harmless silica bead that makes the small particle huge.  Its size is now 7,000 nanometers and it acts similarly to other ingredients such as zinc oxide.  It affords superb UVB protection and also assists the zinc oxide remain uniformly dispersed.  It is an important addition to the effectiveness of Every Morning Sun Whip.

As a hydration agent, Every Morning Sun Whip SPF 25 provides exactly the correct amount of hydration for many and pairs nicely with CyberDERM's other hydration products including their serums and moisturizers.  It can't be beat for those with combination, oily or acneic skin.  This is an important for both young and mature skin and provides essential daily protection.
Ingredients
•  (w/w) 15% Zinc Oxide (ZinClearTM)    •  7.5% Octinoxate (Encapsulated)    •  Aqua    •  Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride    •  Glyceryl Isostearate    •  Polyhydroxystearic Acid    •  Glyceryl Stearate    •  PEG-75 Stearate    •  Ceteth 20    •  Steareth-20    •  Glycerin    •  Cetyl Dimethicone    •  Methycellulose    •  Trisodium Ethylenediame Disuccinate    •  Xanthan Gum    •  Sclerotium Gum    •  Caprylhydroxamic Acid    •  Caprylyl Glycol    •  Silica    •  PVP    •  Chlorphenesin    •  Cetyl Alcohol    •  Sodium Citrate    •  Phenoxyethanol    •  Disodium EDTA   
Features
  • Facial Sunscreen with matte finish- in an eco-friendly measured dose pump applicator.
  • Protects against both UVB and UVA rays. SPF 25.
  • Contans a concentrate of 15% zinc oxide providing good protection from UVA rays.
  • 7.5% encapsulated octinoxate gives powerful UVB protection and assists the zinc oxide in uniformity of application.
  • Provides substantial hydration to the skin.
About Cyberderm

Cyberderm Laboratories

CyberDERM Laboratories
Dr. Denis Dudley
CyberDERM was created by two husband-and-wife physicians, with a chemist and a daughter, created products they could use within their practice.  CyberDERM was founded when a patient asked Dr. Denis Dudley, a high-risk OB/GYN and endocrinologist, whether a specific sunscreen was safe to use during her pregnancy.  Dr. Dudley had not previously thought about product safety in that way and as a result, he consulted a dermatologist - his wife Dr. Sharyn Laughlin.  Similarly she had also never scrutinized a sunscreen from that perspective.  Together, they began to delve into the world of skincare product formulations.  Their research, in partnership with their chemist, Tom Heinar, led them to develop and run prototype trials over a fifteen year period.  The results of their efforts were were first bottled in 2008 when their daughter Sara Dudley joined their team.

Dr. Sharyn Laughlin
The products they created feature the best and latest advances in the science of formulations, and they're backed by the credibility of medical professionals.  Every product created, is created with the premise of being safe, aesthetically elegant, and most importantly, effective.  For simple needs like cleansing and hydrating, they are curated without feeling minimalistic.  Some products have only 4 ingredients but they are exceptional ingredients and in high concentrations.  Other products like original Sun Whips™ and the anti-aging or de-pigmenting creams explore how active ingredients can work in synergistic combination to tackle complicated issues.  CyberDERM products are created with intention, and without compromise.  The full line aims to support your every-day skincare routine while maintaining its original ethos of being both safe and effective.
SPF 2020 Update

SPF and Sunscreen Myths

We'll examine types of Ultra-Violet (UV) rays from the sun, sunscreens, and clarify the meaning behind SPF factors in sunscreens.

UVA vs UVB
The sun's rays that are most damaging to our skin are called ultraviolet (UV) rays - of which there are two types, UVB and UVA.
UVB
Responsible for sunburn.
Major factor in skin cancer including deadly Melanoma.
UVA
Penetrate more deeply into the skin.
Also play a role in skin cancer causation.
Play a greater role in premature skin aging and wrinkle formation (photoaging).
Sunscreens:
Incredibly, there are approximately 500 times more UVA rays in sunlight than there are are UVB rays. So it's obviously very important to protect your skin from the myriad damaging UVA rays. Time-honored chemical sunscreens have been effective in blocking UVB rays, but for UVA rays, not so much. Today, sunscreens are available containing zinc oxide and/or titanium dioxide provide a physical barrier to the sun's rays. For a sunscreen to protect against both UVB and UVA rays, the sunscreen label MUST provide "broad-spectrum" protection and MUST say so on the label. Broad-spectrum protection sunscreens containing antioxidants provide an additional layer of protection.

SPF, FDA, and Labeling
The only way to get 100% protection from the ultraviolet rays of the sun is to stay inside! But who wants to stay inside? But all is not lost! You can get a high level of protection by using a good sunscreen. Start by reading the labels of the sunscreens you buy, and in addition to making sure the sunscreen is a broad spectrum sunscreen, consider the SPF factor.

In the main, SPF ratings deal only with UVB rays. SPF 15 covers 93% of UVB rays, while and SPF 30 covers 97% of UVB rays - a meaningful difference. SPF 50, however, only gives 1% more protection, covering 98% of UVB rays. Protection over SPF 50 is incremental at best and often only "imagined" by the manufacturer. Also, the FDA introduced new labeling requirements a few years ago in order to clear up a lot of confusion. The FDA requires labels to state whether re-application is required after 40 minutes or after 80 minutes.

To Sum Up
  1. Broad Spectrum stated on the label
  2. Contains titanium dioxide and/or zinc oxide
  3. In addition contains antioxidants
  4. At least SPF 30

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