Sun Protection FAQ2017-07-13T20:53:28-04:00

Sun Protection FAQ


Will I still tan while using Immunotrax SP?2017-07-14T10:25:53-04:00

The short answer is YES.

The “tan” is a response to sun damage occurring on your skin. Immunotrax SP protects your skin by helping it resist sun damage, and delaying the amount of time it takes to get a tan, but depending on how long you’re exposed to UV rays, you can still get a tan.


In a study published in the medical journal Clinical, Cosmetic And Investigational Dermatology, researchers calculated that Sun damage is responsible for 80.3% of skin aging?

Creams, rollers, fillers, etc have one thing in common, they all attempt to bring back youthful skin once it’s gone. Immunotrax Sun Protection not only limits further sun damage to your skin, but it also promotes collagen production to help you roll back years.

Many people still incorrectly measure “sun damage” in the form of sunburn, when the reality is that UV radiation, which is neither seen nor felt, is around us all the time. The repeated exposure to UV radiation breaks down collagen and can impair the synthesis of new collagen, which is the supportive protein that keeps our skin elasticity and strength.

If you’ve had a facial, laser treatment or a chemical peel, we highly recommend you use Immunotrax to protect your skin when it’s at its most sensitive and when the application of topical creams may be uncomfortable.

Should I continue to apply Sunblock?2020-07-29T10:16:31-04:00

While Immunotrax significantly delays the amount of time it takes for skin to become sunburned, it won’t fully prevent it, especially if exposed to the sun for long periods of time.

Equally, cumulative periods of UV radiation exposure are still harmful, even when using Immunotrax Sun Protection formula. For complete protection when exposed to the sun for a significant amount of time (i.e. beach day), it is still recommended the use of a topical sunblock along with Immunotrax SP.

Are there any side effects?2017-03-22T08:40:53-04:00

There are no known side effects associated with Immunotrax products, and none have been reported in the 15+ years it has been on the market.

Can I take Immunotrax while using other supplements or during treatment with other drugs?2020-07-29T10:39:43-04:00

Immunotrax is safe to consume along with other supplements. If you’re pregnant or lactating consults with your doctor before taking Immunotrax.

In some cases, Immunotrax could increase the effect of medications prescribed for arrhythmia and blood pressure support. Always exercise caution and check with your doctor before taking any supplements.

What is the recommended dosage?2017-03-16T11:04:49-04:00

For sun protection, one capsule a day is recommended for the average person that works indoor. Two to four capsules a day (morning and mid-day) for people that expect long hours of sun exposure such as athletes, golfers, surfers, etc.

Can children take Immunotrax?2020-07-29T10:28:18-04:00

Yes, Immunotrax is safe for children 4 years and older.