Sun damage is both instant and cumulative. UV-A and UV-C rays can both damage the skin, but some sunscreens only protect against one type of UV ray. Burns and tans are the first type of sun damage to be seen, but hyperpigmentation, early skin laxity, and skin cancer are damages that often don’t appear for months or even years after the initial exposure. To protect your skin year-round, you need medical-grade broadband sunscreen that is only available from medical offices. This ensures proper sun protection, safeguarding the skin and warding off damage. However, almost everyone has some form of sun damage already present in their skin. We can help with that, too! Lasers are a great tool to undo sun damage, and we have one of the largest suites of lasers available in the area.
February 5, 2023