Skin is incredibly sensitive and damage doesn’t just occur when you spend a little too long soaking up those rays on a sun-kissed beach.
Skin damage can occur pretty much anywhere outdoors and in most seasons, but many of us don’t go to great lengths to make precautions against sun damage if we’re just popping out for a pint of milk.
Over time, the results of skin damage can really start to show and include unusual pigmentation, dry skin, blotches and even skin with a leathery look that can add years to your appearance and make you wish that you’d spent all of your time indoors.
But there are ways that you can help repair sun damaged skin and even try and reverse any of the tell-tale signs without resorting to expensive (and painful!) skin peels or more invasive action.
Here’s three ways that you can help repair sun-damaged skin in the comfort of your own home with some expert help from Neo Elegance.
Lines and wrinkles
Regular sun damage can result in wrinkles and fine lines that leave us looking much older than we actually are. This is something we all want to avoid, but unfortunately, sun damage is all too common, even in the UK!
To help smooth out those fine lines and wrinkles, opt for a collagen-enhancing product such as the LumiPro Super LED Device that gives all the benefits of a facelift without the surgery! Featuring five different technologies in one at-home treatment, this innovative decide can tone, tighten and improve the overall look of the skin and leave you with visibly plumper and more youthful looking skin.
Fine lines and wrinkles are also significantly reduced, therefore reversing the ageing effects of sun damage.
Sun damage also causes the surface of the skin to look blotchy and uneven, resulting in unattractive dry patches that only look worse when makeup is applied.
This is due to a build-up of dead skin cells that have been damaged by the suns UV rays and often seem to be more common on the forehead, chin and nose. This causes the skin to lose its lustre and can in some cases make it look darker in patches.
Microdermabrasion can restore a silky-smooth feel and sun-kissed glow to skin that’s been subjected to UV damage as it helps to remove dead skin cells and age spots by gently exfoliating away dead cells and allowing the new cells to shine through.
The Diamond Microdermabrasion Exfoliate Device is suitable for all skin types, is non-invasive and completely pain-free making it an excellent tool for fighting back against sun damaged skin.
Sensitive eye areas
Sun exposure dries out the skin leaving the surface looking anything but bright and beautiful. If you’ve done a little damage over the summer months, then you’ll need to hydrate your skin while boosting the production of natural collagen – especially around the delicate eye area.
The skin plumping, collagen boosting Neo Eye Pen is your perfect pocket-sized tool to help restore much-needed hydration when combined with a light eye serum or used alone to boost the skins regeneration process to restore that bright-eyed look.