Reduce Sun Damage from Summer Sun Exposure
Nothing ages skin more than the harsh UVB and UVA rays from the sun and once your flattering tan starts to fade, those aging sun spots start to become more and more noticeable. Luckily there are treatments and products that can reduce these spots.
There are several ways to reduce sun damage with products &/or professional treatments. With any treatment of sun damage, exfoliation becomes crucial. You can visit your local Esthetician and do a series of chemical peels. For best results it is recommended that you do a series of 3 peels in a one month period. Then for maintenance a monthly peel along with home care products. This will help to fade the dark spots and make it easy for your homecare Fade Dark Spots to penetrate.
If you are not interested in doing the chemical peels there are many home products that you can use to help exfoliate off the dead skin cells and let the new skin cells shine through which will have less discoloration. We recommend doing a physical exfoliation with Derma MD Exfoliating Micro Peel Crème. This formulation containing corundum crystals & anti-oxidants astaxanthin, soy & olive oil will increase moisture retention & exfoliate gently which allows for better penetration of skincare ingredients. We call this our “microdermabrasion” in a jar!! This can be used 3 times a week in the shower for easy use.
Derma MD Fade Dark Spots should be used daily in the pm. This will give you a brighter, lighter, more consistent complexion. This combination of multiple powerful lightening tyrosinase inhibitors will not only lighten dark spots but actually breaks down the melanin to prevent further formation of darkening. This product can also be used on scarred areas to help fade redness. When using any lightening and brightening products be sure to use an SPF every am to prevent further sun damage.