Add A Moisturizer To Your Sun Routine
Why is it so important?

by Rodrigo Diaz
July 31, 2023


It's no secret that the sun is a formidable force. In its relentless radiation, it sends an onslaught of ultraviolet (UV) rays that penetrate the skin's layers. But what if there's a way to armor up, turning the tide in your skin's favor?

Let's dissect the sun's invisible weaponry. UVB rays primarily target the skin's surface, manifesting as the typical 'sunburn'. UVA rays, however, stealthily dive deeper, leading to chronic oxidative stress that accelerates photoaging and potentially instigates skin cancer. As you step into the scorching summer months, having a robust defense strategy is crucial.

Why Go Oil Free?

In the realm of suncare, broad-spectrum sunscreen has always been your steadfast knight, blocking both UVA and UVB rays. However, effective skin protection demands more than just solar shields. This is where hydration steps into the picture.

Maintaining skin hydration strengthens the natural barrier, enhancing its resilience against environmental insults. But during summer, the word 'oil' in 'oil-based moisturizers' might seem off-putting. A heavy, oily residue on your skin coupled with high temperatures can quickly escalate into a recipe for discomfort and breakouts.

Fret not, as there is a solution that doesn't compromise on hydration or comfort - oil-free moisturizers. They offer the best of both worlds by hydrating your skin without leaving behind a greasy aftermath, making them an ideal companion for the sweltering heat.


EXO-P, yeah, you know me

For a truly comprehensive defense system, science introduces an ace up the sleeve - EXO-P. This ingenious bio-tech ingredient, derived from the Kopara microorganisms found in the French Polynesian atolls, is a revolutionary ally in skin defense. When incorporated into oil-free moisturizers, EXO-P forms an invisible, protective film that shields against pollution and oxidative stress brought on by UV radiation.

Notably, EXO-P also amplifies the skin's microbial defense by promoting a balanced, healthy microbiome. This biological ecosystem of beneficial microorganisms boosts your skin's innate defenses, adding an extra layer of protection.


The secret to successful summer skin defense lies in these four key steps:

Employ Broad-Spectrum Sunscreen: These products offer protection against both UVA and UVB rays, mitigating the harmful effects of solar radiation. Go mineral with at least an SPF of 30.

Hydrate with Oil-Free Moisturizers: These lightweight products provide essential hydration without clogging pores or leaving a greasy residue, making them perfect for summer months.

Harness the Power of EXO-P: This biotech marvel enhances your skin's defenses by forming a protective barrier against environmental stressors and supporting a healthy skin microbiome.

Consistency is King: Regular, daily application is crucial for long-term skin health. Your skin will thank you for making this part of your routine, no matter the weather.


In conclusion, adding an oil-free moisturizer enriched with EXO-P and UV protection to your suncare regimen is more than a summer skin hack. It's an approach backed by robust science to provide your skin with the nourishment and defense it needs. So, gear up to navigate the sunny months with a refreshed perspective on skincare and armed with a defense strategy that matches the sun's strength - Let’s get it. 💪

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