5 Top Ways to Correct Sun Damage To Your Skin

Now that the summer is over, it’s time to turn our attention to our skin and help repair some of the sun damage that has been left behind. The fall and winter is the perfect time to renew, exfoliate, resurface. These are some of the treatments that help to reverse signs of sun damage by evening out skin tone, remove pigmentation, soften fine lines and wrinkles, and reduce sun damage:

Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are designed to significantly improve the appearance and health of the skin. Layers of skin are exfoliated and replaced by new healthy skin. Peels improve the appearance of skin imperfections, including fine lines, wrinkles and pigmentation irregularities. A series or 4 peels is most effective.

Fraxel and Fraxel Clear and Brilliant

Fraxel Laser targets aging and sun damaged skin with microscopic laser columns that penetrate deep into your skin to expedite your body’s remodeling of collagen. Since the laser only treats a fraction of the tissue at a time, it leaves the surrounding intact, which promotes very rapid healing. Fraxel treatment resurfaces your skin by stimulating the growth of new, healthy skin cells from the inside out.

Fraxel Re:pair

Fraxel Re:pair is for patients who require the most aggressive treatment for deep scars and wrinkles, particularly around the eyes and mouth, and skin looseness.

eMatrix

eMatrix laser skin resurfacing gently brightens the skin and improves skin texture. eMatrix is not an aggressive treatment and helps achieve great results while avoiding the lengthy downtime associated with other skin resurfacing treatments.

BroadBand Light (BBL™) Photorejuvenation Skin Treatment

BBL uses the power of light to treat aging and sun damaged skin by photorejuvenation. After this treatment your skin will be more vibrant with a more youthful appearance. The heat absorbed by the targeted areas will stimulate your skin cells to generate new collagen.