In today’s youth-focused world, many women (and even some men) are prepared to spend thousands of dollars on cosmetic treatments like laser, Botox or chemical peels to help improve their appearance. The top complexion concerns Drs. Rodan and Fields hear from their patients are dullness, discoloration and uneven skin tone, issues that may not be improved by any of these expensive procedures. Many are surprised to learn that all of these skin woes stem from sun damage and not the passage of time.
Sun damage is cumulative—that is why even 10-20 minutes of exposure each day can impact your skin in the long run. UVA light is of particular concern because it is a long wavelength, making it deeply penetrating and skin damaging. UVA is present year-round from sunup to sundown, 365 days per year, rain or shine. And it even penetrates through window glass in your house, office or car.
So whether we actively sunbathe or not, to some extent we all experience the aging effects of UVA and UVB rays. Need proof? Just compare the skin on your face to that of your sun-protected fanny and you’ll see what we mean.
The Doctors estimate that sun damage impacts more than one hundred million Americans. Dr. Rodan and Dr. Fields took this number to the streets. See what they found:
While sun damage is a huge problem, there is no need to surrender.
Here’s the answer for your spotted, sun damaged, dull, discolored skin…let me show you how to get your glow back on, today! email@example.com
Source: Derm RF