Solar Distributors Pty Ltd

Solar Distributors Pty Ltd
Solar Distributors Pty Ltd
Electrical Power-EAST TOOWOOMBA, QLD
Electrical Power-East Toowoomba, QLD
Did you know that ingredients in your everyday sunscreen can prevent most of the passage of light our skin uses to make vitamin D? Did you also know that studies show that 1 in 3 Australi..
PO Box 1163, East Toowoomba, Qld, 4350.
PO Box 1163, East Toowoomba, Qld, 4350.
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Did you know that ingredients in your everyday sunscreen can prevent most of the passage of light our skin uses to make vitamin D? Did you also know that studies show that 1 in 3 Australians are now Vitamin D deficient? Our life style also adds to the problem. Working in buildings or driving a car, wearing long clothing, and cloud cover can all filter this vitamin D forming light. According to a recent article in the Harvard Medical Schools Health Publication “Sunscreens are a dilemma, because they block UVB light (that your body uses to produce vitamin D).” – http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/vitamin-d/#new-vitamin-d-research Adding to this, about 0.5% of the light our skin uses to make vitamin D reaches the surface of the Earth. Basically from 10am to 2pm from late spring to early autumn does any of this vitamin D forming light reach our skin. Thus the dilemma. These are precisely the times we protect our skin from the damaging rays of the sun using conventional sunscreens. Solar D sunscreen technology is designed to let in more of the UVB rays that your body uses to naturally produce vitamin D whilst also screening out the harmful UV rays with TGA & FDA approved SPF 30 and 50. Solar D is silky smooth to apply, is quickly absorbed into the skin and leaves no greasy residue on skin or a stickiness that some of those other brands do. It's available in a variety of formulas from those with an active lifestyle to those who want a daily dose of fun in the sun. Read more about the range here or learn more about Vitamin D here. Solar D is very proud to be Australian owned and made and Solar D also cares about the social impact on its products as we don't test on animals and all our products are oil-free, fragrance-free and available in SPF50 for daily use and SPF30 for Active and Kids, which are water-resistant for up to two hours. Solar D products are created with patented technology, using the safest possible active ingredients. Solar D products are free from nano-particles such as titanium dioxide and zinc oxide and have been given the tick by the Therapeutic Goods Association (TGA) in Australia and the FDA in America. Solar D is also completely free from parabens, PABA and oxybenzone. Active Ingredients: Diethylamino hydroxybenzoyl hexyl benzoate Butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane Octocrylene Homosalate Octyl salicylate Inactive Ingredients: Triethanolamine Phenoxyethanol Hexanediol Caprylyl glycol Staining All Sunscreens are well known to cause staining on many different types of fabrics and under many differing circumstances. Some stains appear almost immediately and others build up with continuous use due to the various oils and other ingredients used in the sunscreens. The articles below are just some that attest to the fact that many sunscreens cause staining on some fabrics. http://www.kidspot.com.au/funzone/Stain-removal-How-to-remove-sunscreen-stains+5741+575+article.htm http://laundry.about.com/od/removingmakeupstains/f/sunscreenstains.htm http://alphamom.com/your-life/beauty-style/preventing-removing-sunblock-stains/ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/06/how-to-remove-sunscreen-stains_n_1651250.html Sometimes these impacts are accentuated by hard water available in various locations, particularly tank or bore water, but can also be caused by chemicals within local water supplies or combinations of these chemicals combined with the ingredients within the sunscreens themselves. Often the stains on some garments are unnoticeable due to the colour of the garments, whereas in other instances the stains are only noticeable on certain coloured material. Stains caused by sunscreens can be reduced by repeated washing, best with liquid detergent. It is very advisable that bleach or products containing bleach like solutions are not used in any washing as this often reacts poorly with sunscreens. In case there is no solution, Dry cleaning may help reduce stains. Solar D™ is a unique new formulation. It is the world's only sunscreen that can permit the passage of some of the sunlight your skin uses naturally to make vitamin D. Most other sunscreens block virtually 100% of the vital part of the UVB spectrum needed by your body to make vitamin D naturally, whereas the Solar D™ formulation has been scientifically engineered to allow the passage of these rays, whilst still providing broad spectrum UVA and UVB protection.

Did you know that ingredients in your everyday sunscreen can prevent most of the passage of light our skin uses to make vitamin D?

Did you also know that studies show that 1 in 3 Australians are now Vitamin D deficient?

Our life style also adds to the problem. Working in buildings or driving a car, wearing long clothing, and cloud cover can all filter this vitamin D forming light.

According to a recent article in the Harvard Medical Schools Health Publication“Sunscreens are a dilemma, because they block UVB light (that your body uses to produce vitamin D).” – http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/vitamin-d/#new-vitamin-d-research

Adding to this, about 0.5% of the light our skin uses to make vitamin D reaches the surface of the Earth. Basically from 10am to 2pm from late spring to early autumn does any of this vitamin D forming light reach our skin.

Thus the dilemma. These are precisely the times we protect our skin from the damaging rays of the sun using conventional sunscreens.

Solar D sunscreen technology is designed to let in more of the UVB rays that your body uses to naturally produce vitamin D whilst also screening out the harmful UV rays with TGA & FDA approved SPF 30 and 50.

Solar D is silky smooth to apply, is quickly absorbed into the skin and leaves no greasy residue on skin or a stickiness that some of those other brands do.

It's available in a variety of formulas from those with an active lifestyle to those who want a daily dose of fun in the sun.

Read more about the range here or learn more about Vitamin D here.

Solar D is very proud to be Australian owned and made and Solar D also cares about the social impact on its products as we don't test on animals and all our products are oil-free, fragrance-free and available in SPF50 for daily use and SPF30 for Active and Kids, which are water-resistant for up to two hours.

Solar D products are created with patented technology, using the safest possible active ingredients. Solar D products are free from nano-particles such as titanium dioxide and zinc oxide and have been given the tick by the Therapeutic Goods Association (TGA) in Australia and the FDA in America.

Solar D is also completely free from parabens, PABA and oxybenzone.

Active Ingredients:

  • Diethylamino hydroxybenzoyl hexyl benzoate
  • Butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane
  • Octocrylene
  • Homosalate
  • Octyl salicylate

Inactive Ingredients:

  • Triethanolamine
  • Phenoxyethanol
  • Hexanediol
  • Caprylyl glycol

 Staining

All Sunscreens are well known to cause staining on many different types of fabrics and under many differing circumstances. Some stains appear almost immediately and others build up with continuous use due to the various oils and other ingredients used in the sunscreens.

The articles below are just some that attest to the fact that many sunscreens cause staining on some fabrics.

http://www.kidspot.com.au/funzone/Stain-removal-How-to-remove-sunscreen-stains+5741+575+article.htm

http://laundry.about.com/od/removingmakeupstains/f/sunscreenstains.htm

http://alphamom.com/your-life/beauty-style/preventing-removing-sunblock-stains/

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/06/how-to-remove-sunscreen-stains_n_1651250.html

Sometimes these impacts are accentuated by hard water available in various locations, particularly tank or bore water, but can also be caused by chemicals within local water supplies or combinations of these chemicals combined with the ingredients within the sunscreens themselves. Often the stains on some garments are unnoticeable due to the colour of the garments, whereas in other instances the stains are only noticeable on certain coloured material. Stains caused by sunscreens can be reduced by repeated washing, best with liquid detergent. It is very advisable that bleach or products containing bleach like solutions are not used in any washing as this often reacts poorly with sunscreens. In case there is no solution, Dry cleaning may help reduce stains.

 

Solar D™ is a unique new formulation. It is the world's only sunscreen that can permit the passage of some of the sunlight your skin uses naturally to make vitamin D. Most other sunscreens block virtually 100% of the vital part of the UVB spectrum needed by your body to make vitamin D naturally, whereas the Solar D™ formulation has been scientifically engineered to allow the passage of these rays, whilst still providing broad spectrum UVA and UVB protection.

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