Sun Damaged Skin

Condition – Sun Damaged Skin

We heard it many times, that the excessive sun exposure can modify the structure and function of your skin cells, causing it to dry out causing fine lines, wrinkles, dehydrated skin tone as well as pigmentation.

Collagen and elastin fibres in the skin are fragmented by the sun’s UV (ultraviolet) rays.

The sun also weakens the production of new collagen, which can result in premature aging of the skin.

Furthermore, repeated sun exposure over a long period of time can cause age spots.


How can you prevent sun damage?


ALWAYS apply a sunscreen before exposing your skin to the outdoors, whether it's a sunny day or not, the rays penetrate the clouds as well!

Use a water-resistant sunscreen that has a SPF (sun protection factor) with a high factor and a wide-range protection against both UV-A and UV-B rays.

Reapply often to avoid diminishing its affectiveness due to sweating or washing off the sunscreen.

Use a product with SPF on the lips.

Limit your time outdoors when the sun is at its peak

Use sunglasses with UV light guard.


What treatments are best for the Sun Damaged Skin? 


Treatments for Sun Damaged Skin include skincare products and treatments:

- Dermabrasion

- Microneedling

- Chemical peels

- IPL laser

Please see below for more details on where you can find these treattment, read reviews and book online.

Treatments which can help with the condition Sun Damaged Skin

Salons which help with Sun Damaged Skin

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