Frequently Asked Questions

Will I still produce Vitamin D in the sun while using Sunsafe Rx?

Yes, you will still produce your normal amount of Vitamin D in the sun while using Sunsafe Rx. The antioxidants in Sunsafe Rx have been shown to help fight free-radical damage in skin without affecting the body’s natural production of Vitamin D.

Why is Sunsafe Rx so safe to use?

The ingredients in Sunsafe Rx are not only effective but also completely safe. All of the ingredients in Sunsafe Rx are natural, exist in nature, and have been isolated from foods and plants. Moreover, each of these ingredients has been extensively studied, has long-term safety data, and has been consumed... More

Is Sunsafe Rx FDA approved?

Nutritional supplements (officially called dietary supplements) are regulated by the FDA. All the ingredients in Sunsafe Rx are recognized as safe and approved by the FDA for sale in the United States. Sunsafe Rx is manufactured in an FDA-registered facility in the USA according to strictly-regulated Current Good Manufacturing Practices... More

Which skin types benefit from Sunsafe Rx?

Sunsafe Rx is formulated for all skin types. In addition to supporting skin in the presence of sunlight across individually unique and diverse skin types, the antioxidants in Sunsafe Rx also provide numerous health benefits for the whole body, and have demonstrated supportive properties for eyes. These ingredients may also... More

How long can I be in the sun while using Sunsafe Rx?

The ingredients in Sunsafe Rx help support your skin and eyes but are not intended to prevent you from burning. The longer you stay in the sun the more damage is being sustained by your skin—regardless of whether you burn or not. It is recommended that everyone avoid excessive sun... More

Will I still tan while taking Sunsafe Rx?

A tan is a sign of skin damage; melanocytes produce melanin (the pigment in skin that gives it color) in response to DNA damage. So to prevent or delay tanning means that skin damage has been reduced. The ingredients in Sunsafe Rx have been shown to promote your skin’s defenses... More

Who can use Sunsafe Rx?

Sunsafe Rx is formulated for both women and men of all skin types and ages. This product has not yet been tested in children or pregnant or lactating women. Pregnant or lactating women or individuals with special medical needs should consult with their healthcare professional before using any nutritional supplement.

How should I use Sunsafe Rx?

For best results, take Sunsafe Rx every day, even on days without any sun exposure. Sunsafe Rx is beneficial to your skin, eyes, and in fact overall health. Furthermore, while taking Sunsafe Rx regularly, your skin will be ready in the event it does come in contact with sunlight. Because... More

When should I use Sunsafe Rx?

You should use Sunsafe Rx any time you plan on being exposed to sunlight to help support your skin and eyes. Or course, Sunsafe Rx is health-promoting regardless of sun exposure, so you can take Sunsafe Rx at any time. Sunsafe Rx can be taken every day, with or without... More

When I’m not exposed to the sun, why is Sunsafe Rx still good for me?

Sunsafe Rx is health-promoting regardless of sun exposure. The active ingredients in Sunsafe Rx not only support your skin’s natural defenses against the effects of sun exposure, but also help defend against all sources of free-radicals—including environmental stresses and harmful byproducts continuously generated by the body during its normal functioning.... More

Does Sunsafe Rx have any side effects?

Sunsafe Rx is safe and non-toxic. Under rare circumstances, some people may notice the skin taking on a slightly orange or yellow hue after extended use of Sunsafe Rx or if dramatically exceeding the recommended dosage for a prolonged period of time. Please note this is not a toxicity and... More

Should I still use a topical sunscreen while taking Sunsafe Rx?

Ultraviolet radiation from the sun, even while using this product, can still be harmful. Care should be taken to protect your skin from excessive sun exposure. Repeated exposure of unprotected skin to ultraviolet radiation may increase your risk of skin aging, skin cancer, and other harmful effects to your skin... More

What is the SPF of Sunsafe Rx?

SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor. It is a measure of protection against UVB rays only, and does not in any way quantify whether or not a sunscreen protects you against the deeper penetrating—and possibly more damaging—UVA rays. As governed by the FDA, only topical sunscreen lotions that utilize certain... More

What is Antioxidine?

Antioxidine is a proprietary formulation of natural antioxidants isolated from foods and plants. In addition to the numerous health benefits conferred by antioxidants to the whole body, these specific antioxidants possess protective benefits, and extensive research confirms that they support your skin and eyes during sun exposure. Antioxidine was developed... More

What makes Sunsafe Rx such a high-quality product?

Not all nutraceuticals are the same; quality ingredients and manufacturing matter. Sunsafe Rx is a premium product produced using only the highest-quality ingredients available, all sourced from reputable suppliers. All the ingredients exist naturally in foods and plants, and all raw materials are tested prior to manufacturing to ensure purity... More