Dermatology Grade Sun Screen Protection Products at the SkinLaze Laser Skin Spa Center in Fayetteville, NY. Serving Syracuse and Central New York (CNY)
Don’t let the environment affect the aging of your skin or increase your risk of skin cancer*. Fight back against pollution, harmful chemicals and UV exposure by limiting time in the sun, wearing protective closing and using a dermatology grade sunscreen.
Mineral Based Daily Defense SPF 30+
Whether you’re out on the golf course in Syracuse, playing a round of doubles on the tennis court in CNY, taking in a day at the lake in the Adirondacks or hiking around the neighborhood…you need to protect your most precious asset- your skin.
No matter the season or the activity, the skin care experts at SkinLaze recommend dermatology grade daily sun protection.
The physical sunscreen at SkinLaze is oil and fragrance free, ultra sheer and all-mineral based. This unique formation is available at the SkinLaze laser skin spa center in Fayetteville, NY. It provides broad-spectrum defense against UVA and UVB rays. Combined with caffeine and antioxidant green tea to protect the skin against free radical damage.
- Ultra-sheer, broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection
- Elegant 100% mineral formulation
- Hypoallergenic and non-comedogenic
- PABA-free and fragrance-free
- Helps protect against free radical damage
- Oil-free formulation is light enough to be applied under make-up
- Gentle enough for post-procedure and sensitive skin patients
- $1 Donated to Skin Cancer* Awareness for each SPF product purchased
Have questions about proper SPF skin protection? Need some advice on which dermatology grade products are right for your skin?
Call the skincare experts at SkinLaze in Fayetteville, NY at (315) 632.4359 to schedule a Free Consultation.
* Skin Cancer is the most common of all cancers
Skin cancer accounts for nearly half of all cancers in the United States according to the American Cancer Society. According to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), the number of skin cancer cases continue to rise due in large part to unprotected exposure to the harmful rays of the sun.