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How To Improve Dull Sun Damaged Skin
Many ways: Sun damage can be mild, moderate or severe. Over time the skin becomes discolored, wrinkles form and sagging occurs as the collagen/elastin become damaged. Avoiding the sun, using sunblock, good skin care products are key. For mild sun damage, peels and intense pulse light treatments can help. For more moderate to severe sun damage, deep peels, resurfacing lasers, botox/fillers, skin tightening. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
50 yo f with sun damaged, rough skin. Which everyday lotion works best to moisturize skin? Do any of the lotions make skin look younger?
Protection: Start using sublock to prevent any further damage and consider drinking lots of water to hydrate and plump up the skin. Be careful retinoids cause sunburn . Moisturizers with sunscreen can also start plumping your skin. Consider laser skin care to start decreasing your sundamage and give you healthier skin. Exfoliation for your limbs will also help using scrubs and microdermabrasion. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am 64 and have sun damaged skin also acne prone.Allergic to lanolin and vasoline causing cysts.?
I have sun damaged skin with pigmentation on my face and neck. Tried evertthing, any tips to get rid of it? and what is the best sun screen to use? Ta
Sun damage: Try using virgin coconut oil, but it will take several week to work ...Read more
What are the best natural remedies for skincare tips for sun damaged skin, acne scars, and hyperpigmentation?
Glycolic acid: Glycolic acid peels can help at any age, but they should be started at a lower percent like 10 % before using a stronger percent is used on sensitive skin. ...Read more
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