The skin uses the sun’s energy to help us with Vitamin D, which is essential for bone health, immune function, and serotonin generation.
Extended exposure to ultraviolet light or rays, on the other hand, can potentially cause skin problems. This isn’t limited to the typical sunburns. Sun exposure can also cause dullness, the appearance of wrinkles, and skin discoloration. People who spend time in the sun without guarding their skin against its destructive UV light (UV) rays can add years to their appearance. Luckily, there are methods for repairing some of the losses. Laser Treatments Brisbane is one of them that can effectively treat sun-damaged skin without causing unnecessary pain.
What Does Sun-Damaged Skin Look Like?
UV (ultraviolet) light causes damage to your complexion every moment you go outside without sunscreen and use a tanning bed. This harm accumulates over time, leading to changes in your skin tone that can make you look decades older than you are.
The skin changes include:
- Age spots
- Dark spots
- Loose skin/Sagging skin
- Spider veins
- Blotchy or ruddy complexion
Although much of the losses are irreversible, the procedure can serve to minimize most of the signs of sunburns that help you look better than before. You need to pick the right treatment procedure that you think can work for you and protect your skin without causing any pain.
How Can Cosmetic Treatments Help?
Laser therapy is one of the best cosmetic procedures that use lasers to rebuild and revitalize cells. It is also a non-toxic and non-invasive form of treatment. The approach minimizes the need for painkillers, enhances the consequences of treated skin problems, and speeds up tissue restoration.
The following are some of the advantages of laser/light therapy:
- Following surgery, there is less of a need for pain medication
- Cells in the treated area now have more energy
- The inflammatory system has continued to improve
- Recovery response has been enhanced
- Collagen generation is encouraged to produce new skin
- Improved lymphatic drainage, resulting in less swelling
- Circulation of blood in the treated area has gotten better
- Inflammation has been lowered
The method also soothes the skin by enhancing collagen, enzyme production, and tissue regeneration. The new collagen production aids in the prevention of scar tissue formation.
An ASDS dermatologist will usually review the patient’s medical history and perform a physical examination before the surgery. This is the period for the doctor and patient to communicate the procedure’s expectations, possible risks, and consequences.
While these treatment methods can counteract the indications of sunburns, they work best when combined with a good skincare regime that involves everyday UV protection and the use of quality preventive ingredients.
Attempting to prevent sunburns is critical not only for reducing the signs of aging but also for avoiding skin cancer. Maintain a close eye on any modifications in the color and size of spots and sores, and schedule regular health checks with your physician.
If you are interested in seeking sun damage therapeutic approaches, please contact ABOUT FACE COSMETIC MEDICAL CLINIC will create a personalized treatment strategy to help recover your skin.