Aesthetic Skin Treatments
What helps sun-damaged skin?
sun-damaged skin Treatments
Whether you have spent years sunbathing or get the occasional sun burn on your summer holiday, skin can be extremely sensitive to the harsh sun.
This can leave lasting marks on various areas of the body for many years to come. According to research, UV exposure accounts for 80% of prematurely ageing skin which can lead to dark spots, wrinkles and other skin complaints.
Non-invasive, sun-damaged skin Treatments
Treatments we offer to reverse sun-damaged skin
consultation for helping sun-damaged skin
Alternatives To Treatment
Although we recommend treatment for optimal results, there are some other options you can take to help sun-damaged skin:
Sun damage is one of the main reasons why your skin can get age spots and wrinkles. A chemical exfoliant can release a substance that causes the outer layer of skin cells to slough off more rapidly, which in turn speeds up the rate at which new ones form. This makes them an effective solution to helping with sun damage.
You may think that there’s nothing you can do to slow down skin damage, but recent studies have shown that vitamin C intake could help inhibit some of these degenerative processes. Antioxidants can also help reduce damage due to UV rays and encourage cell regeneration, which means you’ll have a more youthful complexion!
Retinol, which is derived from vitamin A can have a powerful effect on the renewal of skin cells. It works to encourage sloughing and improve turnover cycles in your body’s most outermost layer of the epidermis. Not only does it lighten brown spots but it also stimulates collagen production, theoretically reducing the size of pores.