Take Your Skin to the Beach this Holiday Weekend with Eminence’s Tropical Vanilla Sunscreen!


If you are worried about irritating your sunburned skin with sunscreen, then Eminence’s Tropical Vanilla Sunscreen is meant for you. This product protects against UVA and UVB rays; as well as calms down sun and water damage. It’s great for all skin types but is targeted towards itchy, dry, inflamed, and burned skin.

One of the key ingredients is Shea butter. Shea butter is used in this product to pack moisture into dry areas of your skin. Shea Butter is also high in Vitamins E and A to keep away scarring and protect against infection.

The Tropical Vanilla Sunscreen also contains aloe which (as we all know) is great for calming down inflammation. Aloe contains two healing hormones. These powerful hormones stimulate your skin to regenerate new cells. Vanilla is also used in this product to soothe angry skin. Vanillin (primary building block of vanilla) is a strong antibacterial that aids in repairing broken skin cells. The linden flower keeps away water dryness as well as balances skin hormone levels. Linden flower helps ease aggravated skin.

The sunscreen portion of this product is zinc oxide (a natural sun screen). Zinc oxide (tied with titanium dioxide) is rated the safest and most effective sun barrier for your skin. Sunlight that hits our skin is made up of two rays, long wave ultraviolet A (UVA) and short wave ultraviolet B (UVB). UVA rays seep deep into the layers of skin while UVB is what burns your superficial layers of skin. Most other types of sunscreen seep into the deeper layers of skin protecting you from only UVA damage. However, UVB damage is what plays a major role in common skin cancer. Zinc oxide protects against both UVA and UVB rays, as it sits on the surface of your acting as a barricade.

Are you worried about losing your summer tan with Eminence’s Tropical Vanilla Sunscreen? Book a salt scrub and bronze appointment for this 4th of July Weekend! It lasts anywhere from 3 to 12 days after application. Don’t forget to keep your skin protected this weekend!