A little bit of sun never hurt anyone, but too much sun can be a big problem. When we spend a lot of time under the sun’s rays, we develop brown spots, deeper wrinkles, leathery skin, and other issues. This is called sun damage, and while it can be troubling, it is treatable. Here at our offices, we employ popular treatments like chemical peels and other aesthetic treatments to ease the damage caused by the sun and give you the gorgeous skin you deserve.
What Causes Sun Damage?
Too much sun exposure can pummel our skin with harmful UV rays. These rays come in two primary categories, UVA and UVB. UVA rays have long wavelengths and penetrate deep into the dermis, the skin’s thickest layer. UVB rays are shorter in length but can still cause major damage. Together, these rays can cause dark blotches on our skin and even lead to serious complications like skin cancer.
How Do We Address Sun Damage?
Addressing sun damage starts with an assessment of your skin. Your treatment course will largely depend on the extent of your damage and its location. Some of our popular options include chemical peels and HydraFacial® – both of which are non-invasive and exfoliating. Our treatment options can be the next minimally invasive option for those with more severe skin damage concerns.
What to Expect From Treatment
Your treatment duration and results will depend on your skin’s unique needs and the chosen treatment. Options like chemical peels cause exfoliation, which removes the upper layer of your skin, giving you a renewed appearance that lasts for weeks. Other options like microneedling stimulate collagen production, giving you long-term results at a gradual pace.
Book Sun Damage Treatments in Skaneateles or Syracuse
Treat sun damage today and get the clear, beautiful complexion you deserve without hassle. Our options are all non-surgical and deliver results without the need for downtime. To get started, simply get in touch with our office by filling out the form below or giving us a call at (315) 277-2602 for Skaneateles or Syracuse.