TIZO Ocala FL
What is Age Defying Fusion?
Fallene Cosmeceuticals’ revolutionary Age Defying Fusion line of skin care products with sunscreen is a breakthrough in skin protection. Fusion of multiple mineral particles with specialized skin conditioners produces a unique aesthetic and sensory combination that encourages frequent use. Age Defying Fusion feels as elegant as a typical high-quality beauty line, yet every product has sunscreen, so your skin in not only fortified, but protected.
What are the benefits of TiZO Age Defying Fusion products?
- TiZO products are made with epidermal emollient conditioners, making skin softer. It does not contain any oils or fragrances.
- TiZO contains pharmaceutical-grade minerals that sit on top of the skin, deflecting the sun’s rays. Unlike chemical sunscreens, these minerals are not absorbed by the skin, eliminating potential skin irritation.
- TiZO has titanium dioxide and zinc oxide particles that create a uniform layer of protection on the skin, preventing both UVA and UVB rays from reaching the skin, inhibiting premature skin aging and the formation of free radicals. TiZO uses only top-rated sunscreen ingredients, as recommended by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Why don’t women wear sunscreens?
Everyone knows the value of wearing sunscreen on a daily basic, but women, in particular, resist doing so. Why? Most women use several skin care products every day, and they choose those that feel good on their skin and make them feel more beautiful. Typical chemical sunscreens don’t fit either of those criteria.
Fallene scientists decided to create a line of products that have a unique sensory and aesthetic appeal. They realized that creating sunscreens that feel like the finest skin care products would appeal to women and would be used more often, giving the user healthier, smoother skin. Now TiZO has become a top seller, available in more than 2,000 dermatologic practices.
Who developed TiZo skin care products?
TiZO was created by a triple board-certified facial plastic surgeon who is a current member of the American Academy of Dermatology. He understands the needs of doctors, aestheticians, and patients, giving him the insight to create products that are medically appropriate, feel good on the skin, and encourage daily use.
Why are TiZO sunscreens effective?
Typical sunscreens are chemical sunscreens. Those chemicals are absorbed by the skin and can cause irritation. TiZO Age Defying Fusion products use a proprietary manufacturing process to create a physical sunscreen using up to eight different types of mineral particles that sit gently and invisibly on top of the skin. These particles deflect UVA and UVB rays before they reach the skin.
Where can I find TiZO?
TiZO can only be found in professional practices. There are over 2,000 practices all over the United States and in 14 other countries that offer TiZO products.
Are some sunscreens more effective than others?
Titanium dioxide and zinc oxide sunscreens are more effective than others. A study conducted by The Environmental Working Group (EWG) in 2009 found that consumers who use sunscreens that do not contain titanium dioxide and zinc oxide are exposed to approximately 20% more UVA radiation, increasing skin damage, wrinkling, premature aging, and even immune system damage caused by UV exposure. Titanium dioxide and zinc oxide are considered physical blocks and protect the skin by reflecting and refracting light. TiZO products have multiple titanium dioxide and zinc oxide particle sizes that are coated and structured to create a uniform layer of coverage. In contrast, the skin absorbs chemical sunblocks and, in turn, absorbs a part of the light spectrum.
Can sunburn cause permanent skin damage?
Sunburn greatly increases the risk of skin cancer. Overexposure to the sun’s UV rays can also cause scarring, drying out, and/or wrinkling of the skin.
What is ultraviolet (UV) light?
Ultraviolet light is radiation energy in the form of invisible light waves. UV light is emitted by the sun and by tanning lamps. The sun emits three types of UV radiation: UVA, UVB, and UVC. Only UVA and UVB reach the Earth. Although research has shown that skin damage is most likely caused by UVB, recent studies suggest that even UVA is dangerous to the skin. UVA and UVB can also be produced by tanning lamps. Although tanning lamps emit artificial rays, they affect the skin the same way the sun’s UVA and UVB rays do.
What types of cancer can UV rays cause?
Overexposure to the sun’s UV rays can cause three types of skin cancer:
Malignant melanoma – Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer and first shows itself as an irregularly-shaped mole. It is usually brown or black, but can also be red, white, or blue, or a combination of these colors. If diagnosed at an early stage, melanoma is treatable. But if left untreated, melanoma tends to grow downward, eventually dropping cancerous cells into the bloodstream where they can be distributed anywhere in the body.
Basal cell carcinoma – Basil cell skin cancer appears as flat, pearly patches that have dimpled centers and translucent edges. They usually appear on the neck, head, upper trunk, and hands. When left untreated, they can lead to significant localized damage. Compared to melanoma, basal cell carcinomas grow slowly and are less likely to spread.
Squamous cell carcinoma – Squamous cell carcinomas appear as rough patches or crusty, scaly areas on the skin. They do not respond to typical skin creams, and may bleed at times. They are usually seen on the face, lower lip, ear rims, and hands. Like basal cell carcinomas, squamous cell carcinomas are slow-growing and less likely to spread.