Supplements Your Sun Protection...From the Inside Out

When we think of advances in medicine, very few of us think of dermatologists. However, dermatologists treat and research more than 3,000 different diseases of the hair, nails and mucous membranes, ranging from acne to skin cancer.

Because of this research, we now know that certain foods and exotic herbs give stronger support for the 35 billion cells in your skin when they are bombarded by ultraviolet rays.

There’s one dermatologist in particular who knows full well what nutrients, along with herbs with higher antioxidant levels can do for the skin. He’s Dr. Bobby Awadalla. He’s a dermatologist and skin surgeon who has researched and developed a supplement—that supplements your sun protection.


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!

  • 60 calories in a bottle.
  • 15 calories in the drink mix powder packets.
  • No preservatives or artificial flavors.
  • UVO supports more than 300 metabolic reactions in your body—giving stronger, healthier support to the 35 billion cells in your skin, and the overall 37+ trillion cells, from your brain on down.

Perfect for those looking for a tasty powerful supplement that provides skin and health benefits.


A regular t-shirt only has an SPF (Sun-Protection Factor) of about 5. That means a lot of UV light is penetrating through and damaging your skin, even if it is dark fabric. You can find cool styles of clothing with built-in SPF, or you can sprinkle a laundry aid like SunGuard into your wash, which can increase the SPF of your clothing from 5 to around 30.

How UVO helps with sun protection

UVO has a synergistic combination of vitamins, antioxidants and phytonutrients that help increase increase your body’s ability to stop the damage caused by UV rays. First it contains pigments, much like the melanin in your skin, from tomatoes, carrots and other plant sources that are able to absorb light, just like a sunscreen does. UVO also helps fight the damage that UV rays cause. It helps protect and repair DNA, collagen and cell membrane damage. It stops free radicals with its’ powerful antioxidants and it stops the inflammatory process that UV rays cause. All these actions together means that you have an increased amount of protection and repair from UV damage! Now that is a powerful supplement!

The Key Synergistic Skin Nutrients in UVO, and How They Work in Your Body

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.

Polypodium Leucotomos

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:

  • Polypodium leucotomos extract contains a higher percentage of phenolics such as caffeic acid and ferulic acid compounds, which help protect the skin against reddening and irritations.
  • Caffeic aicd is a much stronger antioxidant, and ferulic acid preserves and upholds vitamins C and E, thus doubling their own antioxidant levels.
  • It has shown to hinder the formation of free radicals and the oxidative damage that results from ultraviolet rays—giving your skin stronger support.
  • The fern extract has also shown to have a much higher level of skin anti-inflammatories.


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.

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White Vinegar

Good for clearing your drains, deodorants, cleaning your pots…and for helping to cool down your painful sunburn. Pour one full cup into your bathwater, and give yourself a good soak.


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Dr. Awadalla belongs to The American Academy of Dermatology, The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, and The American College of Mohs Surgery.

Dr. Awadalla honed his skills in Mohs micrographic surgery, a tissue-sparing skin cancer removal and facial reconstruction procedure, and other cosmetic dermatology procedures as a fellow at Methodist Hospital/Weill Medical College of Cornell University in Houston.

For years he heard all the reasons why people avoid sunscreen – they don’t like the smell, the feel, the burning in their eyes, or the hassle of reapplying. Because he sees the effects of sunlight on unprotected skin firsthand every day, and because of his own personal passion for outdoor life, Dr. Awadalla spent years researching a natural way to supplement (add to) a sunscreen routine, which led him to develop UVO.


Dr. Drew Pinsky
Board Certified Internist, Addiction Medicine Specialist, and Media Personality
Pasadena, CA

“I’m persuaded by Dr. Awadalla [Founder and CEO of UVO] that this [UVO] is, at a minimum, useful and possibly important. I’m contemplating doing it myself because I’m convinced that obviously Dr. Awadalla is the real deal and we all got to pay attention because UV exposure in this part of the world is insane…melanoma is going to go up and all of us are going to have to deal with nasty skin as we get towards our later stages…”
Dr. Mark Eid
Board Certified Dermatologist and Mohs Micrographic Surgeon
Fredericksburg, VA

“As a dermatologist I’m very excited I can give my patients an oral supplement to help their skin. UVO contains powerful ingredients to protect and repair the skin from sun damage as well as help with anti-aging. It’s a great innovation in the field of dermatology.”
Dr. Sonia Batra
Board Certified Dermatologist
Santa Monica, CA

“I was looking up really exciting new products…this is one [UVO] that has vitamins and antioxidants and it actually helps prevent sun burn as well as repair from sun damage. It’s a supplement…it’s not meant to be a stand-alone product…but it’s a really nice adjunctive.”

Supplement Your Sun Protection with a UVO smoothie

The summer sun is getting hotter and hotter…and it seems like weather the rest of the year is warming up more and more too!

Now’s a good time to try something totally different to take care of your skin, and everything underneath it, from your brain on down.

When UVO comes to your door in the next few days, try a UVO smoothie.

Simply combine 2 cups of ice cubes with 8 ounces of UVO in a blender. Then throw on a sprig of lavender, thyme, mint or rosemary.

Or how about a Supplemental Sun-Fighting Smoothie?

The taste is . . . well . . . incredibly delicious!

UVO is a healthy, easy and tasty way to healthy skin!

√ No Preservatives or Artificial Flavors

30+ Vitamins, Phytonutrients and Antioxidants

√ Gluten Free

√ Vegan