What Is Sun Damaged Skin?

When you obtain too much sun exposure, it leads to dark spots, wrinkles, and other signs of sun damage to your skin. Dullness, fine lines, and hyperpigmentation are all indications of sun damage. The sun gives off ultraviolet light rays, which are also referred to as UV rays. This kind of light is what leads to sunburn, and long-term sun damage, sometimes called sun spots or age spots. The risk of overexposure to UV rays can cause severe harm to the skin. Saving your skin from the sun will assist in keeping it healthy and resilient for the future. However, sun exposure can decrease the elasticity of your skin, causing dryness and premature wrinkles. Young people may not see skin damage until more noticeable problems begin to surface.

Too much sun exposure can cause skin tanning, uneven skin tone, premature wrinkles and collagen breakdown. Moreover, sun rays can also lead to sun burn and even skin cancer. 

Glow and Go skin care clinic provides the best treatment for sun-damaged skin, such as chemical peel or hydrafacial that can reverse sun tan skin damage. Our skin specialists can also treat sunburn skin in our Islamabad and Lahore skin care clinics.

One of the most modern procedures for reducing undesirable pigmentation on the skin, such as age spots, sun spots, and freckles, is laser treatment. Contact us immediately to take advantage of our exclusive deals for skin pigmentation treatment at Glow and Go clinics in Lahore and Islamabad.

Symptoms Of Sun Damaged Skin?

  • Freckles
  • Sunspots
  • Wrinkles
  • Sunburn
  • Dry or flaky skin
  • Blisters
  • Fine lines
  • Patches of discolored skin
  • Loose, saggy skin
  • Rough Skin

What Are The Sun Damage Effects?

Too much-unprotected exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays can cause:

  • Skin damage
  • Eye damage
  • Immune system suppression
  • Skin cancer

How To Prevent Sun Burn?

  • Use broad-spectrum sunscreen
  • Exposure to the sun should be avoided
  • Wear sun-protective clothes
  • Use sunscreen- Look for a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF.
  • Apply sunscreen frequently and reapply after every two hours or more often
  • Keep yourself in the shade

Treatments To Cure Sun Damaged Skin?

Chemical Peels

Chemical peels enhance sun-damaged skin by removing dead surface cells. They are able to reveal smoother and healthier skin. This non-surgical procedure option is most often used to target fine lines and wrinkles, improve uneven pigmentation, and minimize acne scars.

Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion can rejuvenate the look and feel of your skin. This treatment targets loose skin, age spots, and hyperpigmentation. This procedure is very safe for most skin types and improves facial complexion and tone.

Botox

Botox is a non-surgical procedure used to overcome the effects of aging. Botox is considered a good and effective treatment when it comes to skin rejuvenation due to photoaging. There are various benefits of Botox that make this treatment more famous, for example. This is a non-invasive procedure, with Little or no discomfort during injections and Long-lasting improvement in wrinkles and lines.

Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers can be an anti-aging solution. Dermal fillers are derived from hyaluronic acid. One of the major reasons dermal fillers have become increasingly famous is the virtually quick results patients notice. Fillers can also add volume to sun-damaged skin where fullness has been lost over time. Dermal fillers fill up the missing volume in our skin by boosting collagen production.

Dermaroller/ Microneedling

A dermal roller is one way to treat sun-damaged skin for a healthier glow. Microneedling uses a dermal roller on your skin to initiate a healing response, boosting collagen production to tighten your skin. Microneedling can take your skin from damaged and dull to younger-looking and healthier. Micro-needling can reduce wrinkles and sagging skin. However, this procedure is relatively painless as local anesthesia is used.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Are The Side Effects Of Sunburn?

  • Changes in skin tone
  • Headache, nausea, and fatigue, if the sunburn is severe
  • Itchy or tight skin
  • Blisters
  • Dehydration
  • Early ageing
  • Skin cancer

What Are The Negative Consequences Of Sun Burn?

Excessive UV exposure and sun damage can lead to uneven skin tone, hyperpigmentation and make you look decades older than you are. Sun exposure is the significant reason for premature aging, wrinkles, spots, and uneven skin tone.

What Makes Glow & Go Pakistan Different From Others?

Consultation with our expert cosmetic doctor will cover all treatment options. Medical experts will administer your treatment. We improve the appearance of sun-damaged skin, and these procedures are executed by experts who are fully experienced in the procedure with a good track record. Doctors at Glow & Go Pakistan have experience in treating Sun Damaged Skin, and various treatment options are available for our patients.

Are There Any Risks Associated With Sun Damaged Procedures?

There is little pain and discomfort associated with most of the procedures. Redness, itching, and swelling may be caused, which generally ends in a few hours or days.

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Why Glow & Go?

Glow & Go Pakistan has a team of specialists who have profound experience in all kinds of aesthetic treatments located in Karachi, Lahore & Islamabad. The doctors in our aesthetic clinic use techniques that are suitable only to your needs and preferences and the goal is to make you look and feel better.