SUNSPOT ES….GLYCOALKALOLID GEL
SunSpot™ ES can help. Really Help. SunSpot ES glycoalkaloid exfoliant gel helps slough away the years. At the same time, SunSpot ES softens and rejuvenates the skin with a deep-penetrating combination of aloe vera, tea tree oil, salicylic acid, and menthol. Medical literature has recorded the use of glycoalkaloid-rich plants on the skin since 200 AD. And modern practitioners confirm its effectiveness.
Doctor tested and recommended
Dr. Gregory Rauscher, a cosmetic surgeon, first tried the glycoalkaloid topical when a patient asked him about it. It worked so well on his own skin, he started recommending it to patients. Simple and inexpensive SunSpot ES is easy to use. It’s natural and effective, giving you no reason to delay, and every reason in the world to do something good for your skin!
The Sun and Your Skin
While the sun is an excellent source of Vitamin D, ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun can penetrate deep into your skin, affecting it in many ways. Sunburn results from UV ray overexposure. Your body’s immune system increases blood flow into the damaged area so white blood cells can remove the dead skin cells. This blood flow is what causes your sunburned skin to become warm and red. Even a tan is not healthy. It’s your body’s attempt to prevent further sun damage to skin cells. When exposed to the sun’s UV rays, your skin’s melanocytes produce melanin, the dark pigment that creates a tan. A tan does not help protect your skin from getting a sunburn in the future. Wrinkles occur over time from UVA rays penetrating the skin and breaking-down collagen, the protein that keeps skin firm and smooth. Other signs of sun-aged skin are freckles and age spots. UV rays can also affect your eyes!
SOURCE: American Academy of Dermatology
Water, Aloe Vera, Propylene Glycol, Salicylic Acid, Urea, Carbomer 940, Tea Tree Oil, Menthol, Glycoalkaloid Extract, Imidazolidinylurea
Apply SunSpot ES twice daily
Precautions: For external use only. Keep away from eyes, lips, and mucous membranes. Do not use on broken or inflamed skin. Discontinue if product causes extreme irritation. In case of accidental ingestion, contact a poison control center.
What are Glycoalkoloids?
Glycoalkaloids are nitrogen-containing compounds that are naturally produced in various cultivated and ornamental plant species of the Solanum family. This large family of plants includes commonly consumed vegetables such as potatoes, tomatoes, eggplants, and peppers. Examples of non-food plants in the Solanaceae family include tobacco, petunia, and climbing or bittersweet nightshade. Some researchers believe glycoalkaloids evolved in nature to protect plants against insect or animal predators.
Medical literature has recorded the use of glycoalkaloid-rich plants on the skin since 200 AD.