2 Types of Damage Your Skin Doesn’t Have to Keep
Sun Spot TreatmentsWebMD doesn’t make light of the many types of damage sun exposure can inflict on the skin. Sun spots or solar lentigines are one of the most common types of damage. The irksome brown or gray spots that can appear on your skin – specifically on your face, chest, and hands – may appear as you age, but they aren’t caused by the aging process itself. It’s the sun that’s to blame. You can improve your skin’s health and look younger through sun spot treatments. Three of the most effective are:
- Chemical Peels: Sun exposure can make skin texture rough and “leathery,” dimming your complexion and causing uneven skin pigmentation. Reverse these unsavory effects with a light chemical peel designed to stimulate the production of new skin cells.
- BBL Treatments: Cumulative sun damage isn’t irreversible. Thanks to BroadBand Light or BBL treatments, you can turn back the clock by correcting visible and not yet visible sun damage. ForeverYoung and FotoFacial BBL solutions can help you erase sun spots.
- Halo™ Hybrid Laser: Sun spots mask your skin’s natural glow and add years to your appearance. Halo is a customizable hybrid fractional laser treatment that precisely targets skin damage. It can improve skin tone and texture while reducing discoloration, fine lines, and wrinkles.
Wrinkle TreatmentsSun exposure can cause your skin to age prematurely. As a result, fine lines and wrinkles can begin to appear, particularly on the face. You don’t have to live with premature wrinkles around your eyes and mouth. You can safely turn the clock back. ForeverYoung BBL and Halo are great solutions for unwanted wrinkles, but they aren’t the only ones. Fine lines and wrinkles can also be removed and reduced via five wrinkle treatments:
- Dermal Fillers
- BOTOX® Cosmetic and Dysport®
- Laser Genesis®
- SkinPen Microneedling
- Chemical Peels