The sun quenches the essential oils and moisture from your skin and can leave it looking and feeling dry and in extreme cases introduce an onslaught of wrinkles. Illuminate dry skin by introducing petroleum-based lotions and moisturisers – the cooling and extremely soothing properties help to hydrate and restore the skin’s moisture whilst acting as a mask to prevent further moisture escaping.
For those who experience sun-related wrinkled skin, (this is down to the loss of collagen and elastin in the skin) we would recommend a course of Laser Therapy, Microdermabrasion or Chemical Peels to help repair and restore the collagen and elastin in the skin.Book Now
As a result of sun exposure, sun spots can form through the production of melanin. Either brown or black in colour, the condition can leave blotches across the face and body. In order to treat this, medical-grade skin-lightening and retinoid products can be introduced to help reduce the appearance of the sun spots overall. Other options that are advised can be seen through chemical peels, laser and microdermabrasion – by exfoliating the complexion and removing the top, damaged layer – new and healthy cells can be produced, reducing the appearance of pigmentation overall.Book Now
A very common condition that can develop after the extreme exposure to sun and although it can’t disappear 100% treatments that involve exfoliating the skin will work to reduce the blotches as well as applying SPF on a daily basis. At 111Harley St, we would recommend a similar treatment that also works for sun spots – Peels and laser therapy will help to reduce the appearance of the splotches as well as introducing potent ingredients such as Kojic Acid and Glycolic Acid into your skincare arsenal.
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