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5 Ways to Improve the Look of Your Sun-Kissed Skin

Summer is an amazing time. Everyone gets their car packed up and heads to the beach, the park, or other outdoor destinations. During these outdoor activities, people are sure to get some sun. While a tan can make you look more beautiful with glowing skin, it can wreak havoc on your skin. The sun exudes ultraviolet radiation that can cause many different skin problems. As you age, these problems will continue to grow and affect your look. 

Many women in their late twenties, thirties, and forties are concerned with the sun damage to their skin. They are concerned that it’s irreversible and that it may even cause skin cancer. Fortunately, if you want to fix your sun damage before it gets that bad, there are several treatments that will help your sun-kissed skin. 

1. Apple cider vinegar and onion juice 

Just like other ailments, sun-kissed skin has some home remedies that will help you. If you want to lighten the sunspots on your skin, you can try this remedy. Blend an onion and then take the remains of the onion and squeeze the liquids out with a cheesecloth. Then, mix the onion juice with the same amount of apple cider vinegar. Once you’ve completed the mixture, take a cotton swab and apply the mixture to the sunspot. Leave the product on your skin for thirty minutes, then wash it off. If you use this remedy daily, then you can start seeing some results after two to three weeks. 

2. Vitamin C 

Vitamin C is an extremely powerful tool for skin repair. This vitamin encourages cell growth, fights free radicals, and inhibits tyrosinase, which is responsible for darkening your skin. Consuming more Vitamin C can help your skin recover from the damage, but if you really want results, then you’ll need a lotion with Vitamin C in it. 

3. Image Skincare Moisturizers 

Over time, the sun can dry your skin out, so you’ll need a better moisturizer. Image Skincare is aware of this problem, so they’ve produced two amazing moisturizers to help your skin. They are filled with anti-oxidants, green tea, and vitamins. These ingredients will help repair your skin, but they will also protect your skin from further damage. Each moisturizer can also protect your skin from the sun. One moisturizer is SPF 30 and the other is SPF 50, meaning they’ll prevent your skin from more sun damage. The Daily Ultimate Protection Moisturizer is SPF 50, and it also features special stem cells and anti-oxidants. These ingredients will help delay your aging and prevent further free-radical damage. Using a powerful sunscreen is recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation and you’ll be healing your skin while protecting yourself from cancer. 

4. Vital C products 

We mentioned earlier that Vitamin C can help heal your skin from sun damage. You can use home remedies or consume Vitamin C in food, but to get better results, you need a professionally created product. Image Skincare has created a whole line of Vitamin C infused products called Vital C. The Vital C product line has been developed to repair your skin using Vitamin C. The product line includes a facial cleanser, anti-aging serum, repair cream, and eye recovery gel. By using all of these products together you can slowly repair sun damage. Your skin will be more hydrated, brighter, and less puffy. You’re sure to appreciate Vital C products. 

5. Hydrodermabrasion treatments and Chemical Peels 

As you age, the impact of the sun will be amplified. Your skin cells will start reproducing at a slower rate, causing sun damage to be more apparent and harder to heal. This will lead to a rough texture, wrinkles, fine lines, and an uneven skin tone. Your dead skill cells will leave your body at a slower rate, so these issues may never heal. Alazzo Med Spa offers both hydrodermbrasion and peel treatments. 

Hydrodermabrasion removes dead skin cells on the surface, thus stimulating your body to produce newer cells. This gives you a softer and more youthful look and gets rid of those sunspots. 

Chemical peels are another popular service. Peels use several chemicals to “slow-burn” skin off, allowing younger skin cells to replace the damaged cells. It may sound painful but it’s not. It’s actually relaxing to get a chemical peel. There are several different peels for different skin types and desired results. No matter what type of peel you get, you’ll leave with glowing and revitalized skin with less sun damage.

Improving the way your sun-kissed skin looks can be a difficult task, but with the right treatments, you’ll achieve a softer and more youthful look. Contact us today if you want your skin to look less damaged from the sun.

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