How to Reduce Sun Damage Marks on Your Face

September 10th, 2018

How to Reduce Sun Damage Marks on Your Face

There’s a bit of a joking stereotype about people who freak out when they spot even the teeniest new wrinkle or mark on their face. If you’re one of them, summer can be a tough time.

It’s difficult not to get too much sun and the damage and spots it can cause on your face. But, in defence of those who panic at the first sign of slight blemish, the sooner you do something to reduce facial sun-damage marks, the better.

3 Skincare Treatments to Reduce Sun Damage Marks on Your Face

Of course, making sure you always use sunscreen and cover up in the sun is a good way to prevent sun damaged skin. But, like we said, that’s not always easy.

Fortunately, there are a number of professional skincare treatments that can reduce, repair and even help reverse sun damage marks on your face.

1. Facial Peels

Facial peels are a great way to improve the overall appearance of your skin. Your skin’s outer layer has lots of dead skin cells. Sun exposure creates even more of them, and it can damage healthy skin cells too. A facial peel removes the dead and sun-damaged skin from the outer layer of skin to even out your skin tone and revitalize your skin. And it reduces lines, wrinkles and the pigmentation that cause spots too!

2. Microneedling

First, don’t cringe, microneedling isn’t painful! A microneedling pen pushes micro-fine needles just a short way into your skin. The tiny needles stimulate the production of collagen and elastin. They give your skin strength and elasticity to rejuvenate your skin and reduce the marks caused by sun damage.

3. Photo Facials

No, it’s not the latest selfie craze! Photofacial equipment treats your skin with intense bursts of light. The treatment is particularly good at clearing pigment spots and reducing wrinkles.

From digital analysis of the condition of your skin, to advanced facial treatments, Ashgrove Spa offers complete skin care treatments to reduce sun damage.