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Sun damage can be a risk to your health.
Short-term, mild sun damage is not a threat to your long-term health. Prolonged exposure to excessive amounts of sun can lead to skin cancer, a potentially deadly condition if left untreated. Invest in a good broad-spectrum sunscreen and apply it daily, taking note of the day’s UV index, if you are planning on being outdoors.
At Laserderm we celebrate all skin, in its myriad of presentations, we honour your beauty and are here to help guide you to your most radiant and confident self.
Sun damage can have a significant impact on our looks and confidence, as it can cause a range of skin problems that can make us appear older and less healthy than we are. Sun damage occurs when our skin is exposed to UV radiation from the sun, which can cause a variety of changes to the skin’s tone and texture.
One of the most visible signs of sun damage is hyperpigmentation, which can cause dark spots or patches to appear on the skin. Sun damage can also cause our skin to become dry, rough, reddened, dotted with sun spots and wrinkled.