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Premature Skin Aging

Yesterday, I alerted you to the threat of premature aging and the severe damage caused by spending too much time in the sun. (If you missed that, it may have gotten lost somewhere in your inbox)


Exposing yourself to raw sunlight allows ultraviolet (UV) radiation to wreak havoc on your skin. Too much exposure to these dangerous UV rays can lead to a laundry list of skin problems:

  • Creases, fine lines, wrinkles
  • Drooping skin (inelasticity)
  • Dark spots ("age spots")
  • Broken blood vessels (telangiectasias)
  • Collagen destruction (no matter how much bone broth you consume)
  • Your skin developing an unnatural yellowish “tint”
  • Your skin developing a “leathery” texture
  • Mottled pigmentation
  • Easy bruising

    And more...

  • These UV rays are weird, invisible skin attackers.

    Even worse, without proper skin protection, you easily put yourself at a higher risk of skin cancer.

    I know this sounds very “doom and gloom”, but I need you to understand why Dr. Chasan and I take sun protection seriously—and why you should too.

    But before you lock yourself in a dark room and hide under a heavy blanket, there is a solution…

    An easy fix that makes it easy to maintain beautiful skin, no matter how much time you spend in the sun.

    Prevention.

    Which is why yesterday, I shared with you a few important tips to shield and protect your skin, including never allowing your skin to burn, avoiding times of peak brightness (10AM to 4PM), seeking shade outdoors, and checking your skin regularly.

    But ONE preventative measure stands head and shoulders above all others—and that is applying sunscreen daily.

    Imagine your perfect summer day:

    Waking up to the sun shining, birds singing, and a gentle breeze blowing…

    After your morning routine, you brew a fresh cup of coffee and apply your daily-use sunscreen before heading down to the water…

    You spend the day at the beach swimming, laughing, and soaking up the warm rays before drying off, reapplying your sunscreen, and rounding up your kids to find some ice cream…

    Finally, you head home to a delicious patio dinner with grilled mediterranean kebabs and fresh watermelon feta salad while you watch the sunset. 

    The best part?

    Not once did you worry about your skin because you took the proper precautions to enjoy your perfect summer day WITHOUT a care in the world!

    That’s why Dr. Chasan created a daily-use facial sunscreen that doesn’t just keep you safe…

    ...but also improves the appearance of your skin!


    Introducing…


    Sanctuary is an age-defying tinted sunscreen that provides triple protection against premature photoaging caused by UVA/UVB rays, high energy visible (HEV) light, and air pollution

    ...while also boosting your skin’s firmness, evening out fine lines, eliminating wrinkles, and soothing irritation, redness, and sensitivity.

    Sanctuary Broad Spectrum SPF 40 Sunscreen is a moisturizer, as well as a makeup primer. 

    That makes it super easy and convenient to protect yourself all day, every day.

    And guess what?

    Sanctuary will be ready for release TOMORROW, Friday May 28th, 2021.

    If you want to ensure your skin remains protected, healthy, and radiant this summer…

    Then you’ll want to be among the first to get your hands on this luxury-grade sun protection that boosts the health of ANY skin type.

    This production run is only 1000 bottles. So when it becomes available, you’ll want to act fast to claim your supply.

    If I had to guess, given how large the Del Mar Laboratories’ community is and the limited nature of this first production run, we’ll (likely) sell out in 2-3 days, maybe earlier.

    I recommend setting up a reminder in your phone for 9 AM on Friday, May 28 — that’s when we’ll be sending you a text containing a link to secure your bottle(s) of SanctuaryTough against the sun. Gentle on your skin.


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    To your health,
    Sandra Wright
    Assistant to Dr. Chasan