The Best Treatments for Sun Damage

At our cosmetic surgery practice near Palm Springs, one of the most common concerns our patients come in with is sun damage. With more than 300 days of sunshine every year in our region, we’ve honed our expertise. Here are our best picks, both surgical and non-surgical, for treating sun damage:

  • Skin care treatments performed by licensed estheticians can exfoliate and moisturize sun-damaged skin to create a healthy, youthful-looking appearance. Options such as dermaplaning, chemical peels, and particle-free dermabrasion are customized to meet the exact needs of each patient.
  • Laser and light treatments from Sciton®, including BBL™ BroadBand Light, and full-field or fractional therapy, remove damaged layers of skin and promote the development of collagen and elastin.
  • Surgical options can reduce the effects of sun damage and correct signs of aging such as skin laxity and facial hollowing. Choosing the most effective surgical option requires the skills of an experienced surgeon.

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