Saturday, September 20, 2008

Keep Wrinkles at Bay with Bethesda Sunscreen Soap

picture of bethesda sunscreen soap sitting on a towel with a piece of rosemary

Our whole family will be outside this weekend watching the Big Ten Rugby Tournament. With the summer months behind us, we could easily forget to put on our sunscreen. But we have another trick up our sleeves: Bethesda Sunscreen Soap.

Bethesda Skincare and their first ever All-Natural SUNSCREEN SOAP was launched earlier this year. Bethesda Sunscreen Soap is an affordable all-natural body bar that can be used daily in the shower or bath. The soap provides an invisible layer of sunscreen protection with a minimum of SPF-10 to help protect skin from harmful UVA and UVB rays year-round without the hassle of routine sunscreen application!

Bethesda Sunscreen Soap provides an easy solution to this important and often missed step in every person’s daily routine. Bethesda Sunscreen Soap is perfect for everyday use, and the 50+ vitamins and minerals in the soap promote healthy skin year-round.

Active Ingredients: Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide. Other Ingredients: Sodium Palmate, Sodium Cocoate, Water, Glycerin, Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Juice, Chlorophyllin, Multi Vitamin, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Commiphora Gileadensis (Balm of Gilead), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Sodium Chloride, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil, Rosa Damascena Extract, Pentasodium Pentetate.

All of Bethesda products contain four base ingredients, which they call the "Power Four":

  • Whole Leaf Vera Gel - Known for its impressive healing qualities on burns, it serves both as an anti-inflammatory agent and as an immunity booster for the skin.

  • Chlorophyll - A cleanser and deodorizer that helps eliminate toxins from the body. It is naturally green in pigment, which is what gives many of our soaps their color. It also contains Vitamin K, which is scientifically proven to contribute to good bone health and to aid in blood clotting.

  • Healing Balm of Gilead - Soothes and disinfects the skin. It is also known to help dry, scaly skin.

  • Glycerin - An all-natural moisturizer. Glycerin is highly "hygroscopic", meaning it absorbs water from the air, thereby attracting moisture to your skin.

Many of their products, including their sunscreen soap, include an all-natural multi-vitamin, which contain a combination of 50 plus vitamins, chelated minerals, amino acids, B-complex and a host of anti-oxidants. They have partnered with ALL ONE, a renowned and well-respected provider of the highest quality multi-vitamins for many years, using their products in all of their multi-vitamin soaps.

Jamie Collins Doss, the founder and creator of Bethesda Skincare, is a mother of two small children. She created many of her products out of necessity. Due to her family's health issues as well as her own, Jamie found it difficult to obtain over-the-counter products that were healthy and safe. Having studied chemistry and skin rehabilitation, focusing primarily on the treatment of dry skin and burns utilizing all-natural products, she has produced homemade skincare and beauty products for almost twenty years.

With 201 vitamins, an SPF of 10 and a lovely scent of lavender and rosemary all for the low price of $8, Bethesda Sunscreen Soap is now going to be the first layer of my sunscreen routine and antiaging regimen. I will be putting a bar of soap in everybody's Christmas stocking this year.

Have a great weekend,


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Beauty Tyrant said...

Sunscreen soap. Now thats really something new to me! But it sounds good :)

Commercial lighting said...

I will get the soap because my skin is so fair. Thanks for the post Jill

Make-up artist said...

Sounds weird though. I just can't imagine how it works !