Your First Choice in Sun Care
Introducing a revolution in anti-aging skincare:
Protect your skin without depleting essential vitamin D.
Vita-D Suncream – Your First Choice in Sun Care
When you smooth Vita-D Suncream onto your skin, you are not only protecting against the sun’s harmful rays, you are also enriching your body with all the healthy benefits of vitamin D.
- Strong bones and teeth
- Immune system support
- Protection against diabetes[i],[ii
- Support for brain and nervous system
- Protection against heart disease
- Protection against premature death
- Increased muscle strength
- Protection against age-related mental decline
- Protection against cancer
Vita-D Suncream is the best of both worlds: Anti-aging sun protection and health-bestowing vitamin D. Because as important as vitamin D is, it isn’t the only benefit you’ll find in Vita-D Suncream. It also gives you:
Skin-protecting and anti-aging benefits that help keep your skin young and beautiful.
The all-natural ingredients in Vita-D Suncream combine to give you the best anti-aging sunscreen available:
- Provides optimal 35 SPF protection, blocking a full 97% of the sun’s harmful UVB and UVA rays
- Replenishes essential vitamin D to your body
- Gives you effective protection from photoaging
- Protects against free radical damage that rapidly ages you
- Spreads smoothly and easily on your skin
- Resists washing off by perspiration or water
- Does not leave a white film on your skin
- Can be worn easily under makeup
- Is paraben-free
- Is fragrance-free
- Will not clog pores
- Non-nano formula means ingredients do not enter your bloodstream
- Is completely petrochemical-free
In fact, Vita-D Suncream offers you more benefits than both the leading brands and the most expensive sunscreens.
Vita-D Suncream contains pure, natural ingredients that protect you from UVB and far more dangerous UVA rays.
Dr. Sears’ new Vita-D Suncream gives you thorough protection from the sun’s harmful rays — without any of the dangerous chemicals in other sunscreens.
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3.Giovannucci E., et al. “25-hydroxyvitamin D and risk of myocardial infarction in men: a prospective study.” Archives of Internal Medicine. June 2008.
4. Schottker B., et al. “Vitamin D and mortality: meta-analysis of individual participant data from a large consortium of cohort studies from Europe and the United States.” British Medical Journal. June 2014.
5. Tomlinson P., et al. “Effects of vitamin D supplementation on upper and lower body muscle strength levels in healthy individuals. A systematic review with meta-analysis.” Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. Sept 2015.
6. Llewellyn D., et al. “Vitamin D and risk of cognitive decline in elderly persons.” Archives of Internal Medicine. July 2010.
7. S Wang, MD, Ask the Expert: Does a higher SPF (sun protection factor) sunscreen always protect your skin better? Skin Cancer Foundation