Sun Damage

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What Is Sun Damage?

Sun damage encompasses a range of conditions that are a result of excessive skin exposure to sunlight. It can include actinic keratosis, which are brown, scaly patches, as well as dry skin, wrinkles, melasma and sun or age spots. Close-up on sun-damaged skin

How Damaging Are UV Rays?

Although the sun’s rays contain Vitamin D, which can be good for skin, sun exposure is perhaps the most damaging thing you can subject your skin to. Ultraviolet (UV) rays dry out skin and disrupt its healing, accelerating the aging process. No matter what you choose to treat the damage to your skin, moving forward you must protect your skin from UV rays with proper headwear and SPF 50 sunscreen to prevent further damage.

How Can Sun Damage Be Treated?

When you visit us at Revive Skincare Clinic, we can absolutely help you reduce the effects of sun damage. One treatment we often recommend is the ICON Laser ThreeForMe™. This involves a two-step laser process that includes Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) and fractional laser resurfacing. The result is an evening of skin tone and texture with the significantly reduced appearance of wrinkles, age spots and other signs of sun damage. We can also recommend the Potenza RF, which combines microneedling and radiofrequency to remove the top layer of sun-damaged skin while stimulating collagen production to help smoother, healthier skin come through. REQUEST APPOINTMENT

Choose Revive Skincare Clinic Near Orlando, FL for Sun Damage Treatment

At Revive Skincare Clinic, we happily provide state-of-the-art skin treatments under the supervision of Dr. Boger, a highly skilled ENT physician who has been serving the Winter Park, Florida area for nearly 20 years. If you want sun damage treatment from a doctor in Winter Park you can trust, get in touch by calling us at 407-794-0094 and pressing 1 to schedule a consultation or 2 for general information. Likewise, feel free to connect with us by filling out our contact form below.