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3 Effective Treatments to Repair Sun-Damaged Skin

Sun-Damaged Skin

Years spent under the harsh sunlight can lead to damaged skin that ages you faster than normal and leaves your face and body looking prematurely aged. This rapid aging process caused by sun exposure is called photoaging. The impact of excessive sun exposure can lead to a variety of skin damage, including dry skin, skin discoloration or freckling, deep wrinkles and more. There are 3 effective treatments that can help repair your sun-damaged trouble areas:

  1. Chemical Peels

    A chemical peel is one of the simplest methods used by med spas to repair and minimize damage on the skin caused by the sun. The way a chemical peel works is by removing the top layer of skin with a chemical application directly on the skin’s surface. The removal of this top skin layer allows the skin beneath to regenerate, improving the appearance of your complexion by restoring a healthier look and helping you look younger.

  2. Microdermabrasion

    Microdermabrasion helps to reduce the damage on the skin caused by the sun and other issues including age spots, acne and raised scars. Microdermabrasion sloughs away dead or damaged skin cells while helping to stimulate new growth. This treatment typically works best with a series of several appointments, depending on how sun-damaged your skin is.

  3. Laser Skin Rejuvenation

    Laser-based treatments can be ideal for addressing complexion concerns that result from sun damage like freckles, fine lines and a coarse texture. Laser skin rejuvenation removes sun-damaged skin cells while promoting increased collagen production and healthy skin regrowth for a youthful, glowing appearance.

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