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Reversing Sun Damage to Your Skin

Without the proper protection, your skin is very susceptible to sun damage. If you notice lines, wrinkles, or discoloration where you never saw it before, it might be time for some action. Keep reading to find out how you can reverse the signs of sun damage and improve your appearance.

Start Protecting Yourself

Whenever you start paying attention to skin care, you can stop further damage from happening. It is important to wear a sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher anytime you go outside during the day. Even if it is cloudy, sunscreen provides a barrier of protection for your skin against potentially harmful radiation. You should also wear hats and protective clothing if you are planning to spend a long time in the sun. Make an effort to stay hydrated to keep your skin healthy.

Up Your Exfoliating Routine

Smoothing out your skin can help you get rid of damaged skin cells that negatively affect your appearance. You can visit your dermatologist to get a chemical exfoliation that gives you the deep clean you need to put your best face forward.

Get a Dermatological Treatment

Your dermatologist can also recommend treatments that can get rid of your sun damage. Laser treatments like Fractional CO2 Laser Resurfacing actually encourage your body to generate new skin that is healthier and smoother. After this short procedure, you can see improvements with wrinkles, discoloration, and even rough skin texture that could be a result of your time in the sun.

If sun damage is starting to prematurely age you, the dermatological team at Specialists in Dermatology can help. Our cosmetic dermatology services give you the treatment that you need to reverse sun damage and other signs of aging that take away from the beauty of your appearance. Visit us online or call (520) 382-3330 to learn more.

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