During the summer many people around the world enjoy spending time at beaches. There is no better way to enjoy these sunny days than lying on the beach soaking up the sun. Admittedly, the feeling is great, and nobody can stop you from doing this, but have you considered the real impact of exposing your skin to ultraviolet rays? You risk harming your skin by spending long periods in the sun. If you do not regulate this time, you risk early wrinkles and your skin looking older than it is. However, with the latest solutions at your disposal, it is possible to restore the skin to a youthful appearance. Here are the latest cutting-edge technologies used for restoring overexposed skin:
Ultherapy is an excellent solution for wrinkles caused by sun damage according to most specialists. It is considered the best because it’s non-invasive and has no side effects. Most importantly, the technology penetrates deeply into the skin and rejuvenates collagen growth that tightens the epidermis. Many patients have used this technique to tighten loose skin around the neck, face, and brow. There is no limitation when it comes to Ultherapy. It has proven an excellent alternative to many women who seek to diminish wrinkles without having surgery.
Intense Pulsed-Light (IPL)
IPL uses light pulses to reduce the damaged pigmentation and other coloring problems on the skin. This treatment diminishes wrinkles and balances the skin tone where sun spots, age spots, rosacea and broken capillaries are present. It can be used on sensitive skin as well. IPL brings back the smooth even coloring on the neck, face, hands, and chest. It has proven successful and been recommended by many specialists to solve discoloration problems due to sun exposure.
It is always crucial to consult with a provider who will ascertain whether you are best suited for these treatments. An analysis of your skin type and the problems you wish to address allows the provider to recommend the most effective treatments to obtain the best results for you.