Push the Pause Button on Skin Aging

Have you ever wanted to just push pause on the aging process? We can’t promise wonders for your race time, and yoga might make you more sore than it used to, but the wrinkles, roughness and dark spots most people associate with normal skin aging are actually sun damage. And you CAN press pause.

An Australian study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine(i) even confirmed it. The study followed 903 adults under the age of 55 for 4 ½ years. Part of the group had strict daily sunscreen requirements and the other part had no sunscreen restrictions at all. After 4 ½ years, the sunscreen wearers showed no visible increase in skin aging!

You’re in the Sun More Than You Think!

The people in the study must have been marathoners or owned tiki huts on a beach somewhere, right? Wrong. They were just regular people, doing regular things. We actually did a little challenge where we tracked our own time in the sun. Trust us—you’re in the sun much more than you think!

Happily, you can push the pause button on accelerated skin aging by simply wearing sunscreen—everyday! Then you’ll be prepared for whatever the day brings. You can even undo sun damage without resorting to harsh chemicals or painful procedures. By deeply hydrating the skin and replacing the nutrients that can be depleted by sun exposure, the skin can also start to heal itself.

Goddess Garden’s Daily Facial Routine is a complex collection of the best ingredients nature has to offer. We did the work so you don’t have to. Our creams, serums and cleansers feel good on the skin because they are good for the skin.

Conventional products are often full of synthetic fillers that alter the aesthetic, but don’t offer any real skin benefits. For example, aluminum starch octenylsuccinate can be added to reduce the perceived oiliness of products.

No thanks! We think it’s better to just use nourishing oils that penetrate quickly and deeply, softening your skin from the inside out. And that’s just another reason to use clean skincare since these ingredients can make it to your bloodstream.

It’s Not Anti-Aging—It’s Anti-Damage!

Many people are familiar with so-called “anti-aging” products. In our opinion, “anti-aging” is nonsense. People shouldn’t feel bad about getting older, but we also recognize the fact that no one wants to look like a shoe. Luckily, rough, leathery, wrinkled skin isn’t necessarily a result of age, but is instead sun damage that adds up over time. It’s not about anti-aging, it’s about anti-damage. It’s about looking heathy and certainly not looking older than we actually are.

When we developed our Daily Facial Routine, we searched for real results from real ingredients. We looked to see what Mother Nature could do. It turns out, she has a healing touch when it comes to your skin, which also happens to add a little youth to your look.

Real Ingredients, Real Results

Here are some of the most common chemicals touted as “anti-aging.” Some of these rate a nine on the EWG’s scale. Yikes! Next to them are the natural ingredients that help repair sun damage and offer similar results.

Licorice root and chicory root sound more like delicious drinks than ingredients. What better way to quench your skin! If lycopene sounds familiar, it’s a powerful antioxidant found in tomatoes. Intrigued by seaweed extract? It’s also an antioxidant that’s packed with vitamins and minerals.

When it comes to your skin, you have a choice. You can opt for painful procedures and harsh chemical treatments that are anything but a treat, or you can pamper your skin by feeding it what it needs, and giving back all the things your time in the sun took away.

Every ingredient in our Daily Facial Routine has been hand curated to counter the effects of sun damage. The line offers immediate lifting and firming effects, while vitamins and nutrients get deep to the source of the UVA damage to repair it. A sunscreen and firming primer readies your skin for the day, while a mineral-lifting cleanser gently lifts it off at night. Together, the line takes all the worry out of your days in the sun—even those days from the past!

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(i) “Sunscreen and Prevention of Skin Aging. A Randomized Trial.” It is in the 4 June 2013 issue of Annals of Internal Medicine (volume 158, pages 781-790). The authors are M.C.B. Hughes, G.M. Williams, P. Baker, and A.C. Green.

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