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Professional Treatments for Sun Damage

Professional Treatments for Sun Damage

Despite what many think, estheticians and dermatologists can treat the multiple signs and symptoms of sun damage with chemical peels, high performance treatments plus light and laser-based treatments.

Chemical peels are a great way to jumpstart sun-damaged skin. The Pevonia® Lacto-Flora Peel and Micro-Retinol® Peel are ideal for reversing the effects of sun damage. Peels can be performed in a series as well as alternated with other treatment solutions that address each of the different symptoms of sun damage.

Restore It

Pevonia infuses life back into sun damaged skin with these high performance treatments available at a Pevonia® provider near you: Lumafirm® Lift and Glow Treatment, Luminous “C” and “Sea”® Treatment, Anti-Free Radicals Treatment, Myoxy-Caviar® Treatment, Elasto-Firm Treatment and Stem Cells Phyto-Elite® Freeze-Dried Treatment. Customized facials with concentrated ampoules such as the Collagen Polypeptides with Myoxy-Caviar®, Elastin Polypeptides with Sorghum and D.N.A. Polypeptides with Diacetyl Boldine or Vitamin “C” with Oyxzomes followed by the lumafirm® Repair Mask – Lift and Glow or Myoxy-Caviar® Mask are great ways to treat sun damage too.

Once you have completed a series of treatments, continuing with consistent home care and monthly maintenance facials is a must…

Once you have completed a series of treatments, continuing with monthly maintenance facials and consistent home care and is a must for maximum results. To attack sun damage head on, see The Best Ingredients + Products for Sun Damage for more information.

For more extreme sun damage TCA peels, radiofrequency and light based treatments like intense pulse light (IPL) or photofacials for lighter skin, fractionalized laser treatments, and other types of laser resurfacing or ablative treatments are needed. Other medical treatments can include SunSpot ES Gel, liquid nitrogen, 5-FU (5 fluorouracil Cream), steroids (hydrocortisone) and Effudex.