For Sun-Damaged Skin:
Chemical peels and microdermabrasion are an ideal course of action right after the summer sun cools down. These peels actually exfoliate the skin so much that it removes the first layer skin. Because you’ll need at least a few days to recover at home, you’ll want to make sure you plan for healing time.
For Skin Discoloration:
High levels of sun exposure can cause excess pigmentation and damage to the skin cells. Fraxel lasers are ideal to use as part of your post-summer skin treatment routine. How does it work? Fraxel lasers punch tiny holes in your skin to create a controlled wound, allowing the skin to heal itself in a more controlled manner, increasing collagen production. The laser improves skin texture and tone and even helps undo precancerous skin cells. Just like a chemical peel, a Fraxel laser treatment will require a little down time.
For Fine Lines and Wrinkles:
Of course, there is nothing better for undoing the signs of aging than to add a collagen supplement to your daily routine. Collagen is an abundant protein that is the foundation of your skin. The older you get, the less collagen your body produces which results in wrinkles and fine lines…however, sun damage can actually stop collagen production which results in those deep wrinkles we all hate.
Pro Tip: Try adding our Collagen|glo drink mix into your daily routine. Clinical studies on our patented peptide show a significant increase in collagen and decrease in wrinkles after just 30 days of daily supplementation!
Sun protection is the key to preventing sun damage.
But you already know that.
Instead of trying to find a way to reverse sun damage that’s already been done, it’s important to focus on prevention. The use of sunscreen (at least SPF 50) plus avoiding harsh rays during peak hours (typically from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.) will do the body good.
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