With over 30 vitamins, antioxidants and phytonutrients, UVO is more than just a drink to give your skin’s cells more support and soothing comfort from the UV rays…
…it also has a combination of peach and orange flavors that your taste buds will surely love. UVO has an incredibly delicious and refreshing flavor that you must try for yourself!
Perfect for those looking for a tasty powerful supplement that provides skin and health benefits.
When you combine the synergy of over 30 nutrients, antioxidants and phytonutrients, amazing things begin to happen in your body—especially in your skin.
When synergistic skin nutrients work together, they accomplish more than they could alone. Below are just some of the key synergistic nutrients in UVO.
This is a fern from the jungles and rain forests in Honduras. While we Americans use kale, berries and spinach for antioxidants, the natives of Honduras use polypodium leucotomos extract for their skin.
The research from Dr. Salvador Gonzalez, a renowned physician-researcher in dermatology and photo-medicine at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, has shown why this exotic fern works:
An antioxidant found primarily in tomatoes, lycopene has been added to UVO in high doses (so you don’t have to eat so many tomatoes every single day) because of its ability to reduce the inflammatory response to UV damage by neutralizing harmful molecules that are produced in the skin as a result.
Lutein is a phytonutrient, which is a chemical that a plant produces to help protect itself from germs, bugs and other threats. Lutein has an amazing ability to filter high-energy wavelengths of light, such as UV, which slows down the rate of damage the light produces, especially in the eyes.
Resveratrol is a phytoalexin, which means it is a protective antibiotic produced in plants under stress, whether due to fungal attack, drought, ultraviolet irradiation, or inflammation. This molecule helps the plants fight back and maintain health.
This compound is able to perform this same function in the human body. So when the ultraviolet rays hit our skin, our cells start to adapt and resveratrol activates to help give strong support for your skin.
Or—Do You Need More Info?