Sun Damaged Skin

sun-damaged-skinRepair And Reverse Signs of Sun Damage

Sun Damaged Skin – Today’s active lifestyle makes it difficult to stay out of the sun, and sun damaged skin can make a young face look old. Many men and women in their 30’s and 40’s are seeking expensive treatments to make their skin look better and younger. But expensive and aggressive treatments are not always necessary, and not always better.

Reverse Sun Damaged Skin By Using Sunscreen

Since staying out of the sun doesn’t fit into most people’s plans, what else can be done to prevent further damage, and even reverse current damage? Sunblocks are effective in reducing the penetration of harmful UVB and UVA radiation that can produce skin aging and skin cancers. It is important to find a product that protects against both. Nevertheless, even with a good sunblock, damage can still occur, and so a consistent and effective skin care regimen will help reverse some of the damage and keep your skin in optimal condition.

Reverse Sun Damaged Skin With Antioxidant Skin Therapy

Antioxidant skin therapy is very effective in reversing the damaging effects of UV radiation. Antioxidants capture and destroy the DNA-damaging “free-radicals” that are produced by UV radiation. One of the strongest antioxidants, Lycopene, which is found in tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables, is now available in some skin creams, and can, with continued topical use, help to renew damaged skin.

Reverse Sun Damaged Skin With Natural Cures



Natural alternatives are now available to reduce blemishes and pigmentation. To treat sun damaged skin, you can apply natural dark honey to your face and other exposed areas of the body. Honey serves as a rejuvenating mask and cleanser. You can apply a thin layer onto the skin and let it sit for 20 to 30 minutes. Afterwards, wash the face with warm water and pat the skin dry. Honey, particularly the dark varieties, contains high levels of natural, healing antioxidants that help reduce free-radical damage on the skin due to exposure to the sun, pollution and stress. They can also help keep the skin smooth and healthy.

Reverse Sun Damaged Skin With Hydrating Skin Cream

Finally, you can use a hydrating skin cream, as most sun-damaged skin is dry or dehydrated skin. To avoid issues with allergy and irritation, use natural hydrating creams that are chemical and preservative free.

Reverse Sun Damaged Skin By Exfoliating

Build up of dead skin cells can make the skin appear ashy and uneven. Loofahs, scrubs and home microdermabrasion kits can help remove dead skin cells, leaving your skin looking smoother.

Regular skin care is the best way to reverse sun damaged skin and stem the tides of aging and sun damage. But remember, keep it simple and effective. Too many people lose interest in complex, multi-product skin care lines–they just don’t have time! Two or three effective products should be plenty for anybody’s cabinet.

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