Sun Damaged Skin
Sun Damaged Skin As we know, the sun is the greatest enemy in maintaining our youthful, healthy skin. Hence, It destroys the collagen, dehydrates & depletes the vital vitamins & minerals that the skin needs for optimal function & a youthful appearance!
Hence, Sun-exposed skin can gradually lose essential oils and moisture, giving a dry, flaky appearance. Furthermore, this causes a prematurely wrinkled dehydrated appearance, even in younger people.
Common types of sun damage to the skin
Sun-Exposed Skin can gradually lose essential oils and moisture, giving a dry, flaky appearance. Therefore, this causes a prematurely wrinkled dehydrated appearance, even in younger people.
Sunburn Skin injury that appears after exposure to excess UV radiation. Furthermore, Mild sunburn only causes painful skin reddening, but more severe cases can produce tiny fluid-filled bumps (vesicles) or more prominent blisters.
Actinic keratosis is a tiny bump that feels like sandpaper or a small, scaly patch of sun-damaged skin with a pink, red, yellow or brownish tint. Furthermore, Unlike suntan markings or sunburns, actinic keratosis does not usually go away unless it is frozen, chemically treated or removed by a doctor.
Futhermore, Actinic keratosis develops in areas of skin that have undergone repeated or long-term exposure to the sun’s UV light. Hence, which is a warning sign of increased risk of skin cancer. Therefore, About 10% to 15% of actinic keratoses eventually become squamous cell cancers of the skin.
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Sun Damage this shows a sample of severe damage.
These are questions we get asked all the time, and these are great examples of what people need to look out for.