When the skin is overexposed to the sun’s UV rays, sun damage occurs. UV rays can penetrate the skin to the deepest layers creating changes to DNA at the cellular level.
The result: Aged skin, dark spots and deeper skin issues
You need to wear SPF on a daily basis but a day in the sun can still make an impact on your skin. Sometimes you don’t know the damage is done until you see it but take a deep breath and know there is a lot that you can do at home to help that sunspent skin.
Apply Vitamin C
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps to combat the formation of hyperpigmentation, fine lines, and wrinkles that result from exposure to UV rays.
Consider an exfoliation treatment
Using peels or masks that exfoliate will help the new layer of skin (the one underneath) to appear smoother, with less pigmentation and fine lines
Soothe Dry Skin
Even if you don’t see redness, a tan or a burn from the sun, we know that sun exposure causes skin to lose moisture rendering the skin dry, dull and more likely to wrinkle. Turn to a rich hydrating cream at night to renew your skin back to its healthiest centre such as our Nourish Creme Riche.