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Summer is Over: How to Treat Your Sun Damage


As your tan begins to fade with summer quickly coming to an end, you might start to see indications that you had a little too much fun in the sun sans sunscreen–sun damage. Sun damage is a result of exposure and overexposure to the sun’s ultraviolet radiation that can cause long-term changes in the skin. These changes in the skin include dry skin, peeling, wrinkles/fine lines, sunburn, actinic keratosis, and darkening/discoloration.

Have you noticed any of these symptoms? If so, don’t worry! There are plenty of treatments that can help reverse the damage done from the sun.


Chemical Peels

A chemical peel is a treatment that removes dead skin cells from the top layers of skin in order to restore the skin’s surface leaving it smoother, brighter, and refreshed. Chemical peels are a great way to effectively restore your skin without the downtime of laser treatment.

Pro tip: Start a Retinol routine a month before your peel!



Microneedling, also called collagen induction therapy, is a procedure that generates collagen and new skin tissue in order to improve skin tone and texture. This minimally invasive treatment evens skin tone while making it smoother and firmer.

Pro tip: Schedule 3 treatments 4 weeks apart for best results!



A HydraFacial is a multi-step process that uses hydrodermabrasion to clean pores, extract dead skin cells, and exfoliate the skin. This technique resurfaces and rejuvenates the skin without the downtime and damage of more aggressive treatments.

Pro tip: Add on a Booster for even better results!



After your treatment, continue your progress at home with a customized skincare routine recommended by our highly-trained team!  


Not sure which treatment is best for you? Contact us to book a free consultation to determine the best treatment to refresh and rejuvenate your skin.


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