How to repair sun damaged skin?

For most of us who love tanning on hot summer days there are clear consequences that we must be ready to face. Tanning in most cases can cause skin damage! So, after a while your love for a darker skin will transform from a great tan to skin damaged by excessive sun.

According to some studies around 80% of skin aging can be contributed to sun damage. So, you may have thought the biggest causes of skin damage were things like getting little sleep, too much stress or even too many glasses of your favourite wine. But no, the biggest cause of skin aging is sun!

The most important thing that you should do is to protect yourself from sun by using sunscreen. Most of us are not using enough sunscreen to protect ourselves from sun damage. In addition, for those of us who have skin problems such as acne and scars our skins can be more easily damaged by the sun. It is recommended that you use a sunscreen with at least 30 SPF when out in the sun.

As mentioned earlier the best things is protection but for some of us it be too late, and our skin is damaged, and we may need to look at treatments that reverse sun damage. One of the most powerful ingredients for protecting against sun damaged skin is Azelaic acid.

Azelaic acid is usually found in products that help to reduce acne scars. Azelaic Acid helps by brightening dark spots left by sun damage.

How Azelaic Acid works is by decreasing the speed of melanin production and at the same time preventing cells that produce pigments but have become defective.

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Vitamin C is another outstanding ingredient that can be used to treat sun damaged skin. The reason Vitamin C is such a great product is that it has so many benefits! Not only does it have antiaging benefits, but it can also be used to treat damaged skin by sun. Vitamin C can prevent damage even before it happens by cancelling those free radicals that break down your skin’s collagen. These free radicals can cause wrinkles, dark spots, lines, and even loose saggy skin!

So, to recap the best treatment for sun damaged skin is prevention by using regular and correct amount of sunscreen when outdoors.  If your skin is already damaged by sun then you can look for ingredients such as Azelaic acid and Vitamin C in your skincare products to treat sun damaged skin.

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