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I can plot the course of my sun damage, every crease and spot—and I do, with cartographer-like ease—in the moments before my annual skin exam. While browsing Botox pamphlets and filling in insurance forms, I mentally tick off the landmarks: the familiar Cape Cod beaches of my youth, the blistering summer of my two-piece debut. But such mistakes needn't brand us; we live in a dermatological golden age, after all. With the hope of a better and brighter tomorrow for our complexions in mind, we asked dermatologists about the most effective ways to reverse signs of past sun sins and even reduce the risk of skin cancer in the future. This in-office laser treatment helps remove hyperpigmentation and red spots that typically become inflamed from prolonged sun exposure. An added bonus to IPL?
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Reverse Sun-Damaged Skin with These 3 Essential Steps
Revitalizing sun-damaged skin - Harvard Health
The sun and our skin have a complicated relationship. No matter how much our skin might love the warmth that radiates from the hot ball of glowing gases at the center of our solar system, the rays that emanate from it can cause some serious damage. There are plenty of skin care products on the market that promise to not only repair sun-damaged skin but also reverse the damage. Further damage is prevented in this way, but there is always some initial damage. Howe also noted that excessive UV exposure can lead to the production of harmful enzymes in the skin that break down collagen and elastic fibers, leading to an increase in wrinkles and thinning skin. Sheel Solomon , a dermatologist in North Carolina, said via email. For example, Solomon suggested chemical peels or microdermabrasion to remove the top layer of sun-damaged skin.
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Is It Possible to Reverse Sun Damage?
Summer has come and gone, and all of our beach umbrellas, pool toys and grills are destined to remain in the storage shed until next year. It can be difficult, however, to wade through all the anti-aging creams, serums and treatments on the market. Which ones are worth it?
It's not too late to protect your skin from the sun, and even reverse the damage that's already been done. When we were young, our "sun protection" consisted of splashing on a layer of baby oil. Tans were considered the mark of good health, and the darker we got, the better. Now that we know the toll of excess sun exposure—the wrinkles, sun spots, and potentially deadly skin cancers—we may be feeling tanners' remorse. Though we can never go back and exchange our bottles of baby oil for SPF 30 sunscreen, it isn't too late to protect our skin and even undo some of the damage we inflicted when we were young.