Too much sun can cause serious harm to your skin. Treatments and products from Darlinghurst Dermatologist can help minimise and treat the damage. The most important aspect of treating sun-damaged skin is sun protection and sun avoidance. Evidence suggests that skin can repair itself to a large extent if sun avoidance and rigourous sunscreen use are practiced. Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acids exfoliate sun-damaged layers and restore skins moisture levels.
Topical Vitamin A is an important adjunct in the treatment of sun-damaged skin, helping to repair cells mutated by UV light. Anti-inflammatories and anti-oxidants also play an important part in preventing free radical damage caused by the sun. Weekly and monthly peels are of great benefit in resurfacing sun-damaged skin, replacing damaged layers with a fresher smoother clearer surface.
Contact our Clinic at Darlinghurst Dermatology Skin & Laser Clinic on (02) 9247 2887 to book an appointment to see Dr Natasha Cook today for your skin.
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