19 Aug A Protective Barrier
Non-Nano Particle Zinc Oxide:
According to Ancient Indian Medicinal Scripts dating back to 500 BC, zinc oxide was first used in a burn and wound salve called Pushpanjan. Zinc Oxide has been used for many years in the skin care industry due to its numerous non-toxic benefits. Most of us known it as the thick white paste nappy rash ointments or on surfer’s & lifeguard’s noses.
However, in 2008, researcher recreated zinc oxide to be larger in size, now called “non-nano particle zinc oxide”.
Why did they do this after the way it had been used for thousands of years?
Non-nano Zinc Oxide is not micronized and safely sits on top of the skin as a protective barrier to address skin rashes and reflects the sun’s UVA and UVB rays without seeping into your pores or leave behind a thick white film. It is known to be the safest compound in a wide range manner;
- Broad spectrum sun protection that scatters UVA 1, UVA 2 and UVB sun rays.
- Protect against sunburns, skin cancer, UV skin damage and dark sunspots.
- Improves wounds and burns while preventing bacterial infections.
- Lower skin inflammation in rashes and allergic reactions.
- Helps in treatment of acne and regulates the production of sebum.
- Well tolerated on sensitive skin
- Lessens inflammation in skin conditions such as Rosacea.
- Forms a barrier that locks in moisture for dry skin
- Aids enzymes that may support collagen production.