Summer Sun Damage? We Can Help!

Exposure to the sun’s aggressive UV (ultraviolet) rays can have many negative effects on the skin. First and foremost, it can lead to premature aging, notably the emergence of conspicuous fine lines and wrinkles that make people look tired and older than their years. People tend to spend more time outside in the warmer weather, thus making themselves much more vulnerable to the hazardous and unsightly effects of the sun’s intense rays.

Sun damage doesn’t only show up in the form of fine lines and wrinkles, either. Pigmentation issues in the form of noticeable sun spots are also a big problem for people who get a lot of unprotected sun exposure. If you tend to develop a lot of unsightly freckles and sun spots during the summer months, then sun exposure is most likely at fault.

Thankfully for you, IPL (intense pulsed light) Photo Rejuvenation treatments can help turn around the damage that’s caused by the sun. If you schedule an appointment for photorejuvenation at the Center for Smart Lipo & Plastic Surgery in Langhorne PA, then you may be able to kiss a lot of your summer sun damage goodbye.

Photorejuvenation refers to a non-invasive and innovative treatment that employs high-intensity light energy as a means of reducing flaws on the complexion. Not only does photorejuvenation help do away with indications of sun damage such as unattractive brown spots on the skin, but it also helps decrease the appearance of superficial veins, fine lines and broken capillaries. It can even be effective for making the pores appear smaller and less noticeable. People generally require several photorejuvenation treatment sessions to begin seeing good results.

If you spend a lot of time in the sun in the summer months and feel dismayed at the end of August when you begin to notice the development of unwanted brown spots all over your cheeks, nose, neck and shoulders, for example, then you’re probably a good candidate for IPL photorejuvenation at Center for SmartLipo and Plastic Surgery. IPL treatments are commonly performed on the face, neck, hands and chest. It is recommended to take a break from sun exposure for 4 weeks before undergoing the procedure.

Contact us today for more information and a personalized skin treatment plan.