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Sun-damaged skin

Sun-damaged skin is a form of long-term skin damage caused by exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation.

Sun-damaged skin symptoms

Reasons you might be experiencing sun-damaged skin include spending too much time in the sun without sunscreen protection or having a job or hobby that exposes you to sunlight regularly.

Treatment for sun-damaged skin

You should prevent it by protecting your skin from the sun and avoiding sunlight exposure as much as possible. If you think you might have sun-damaged skin, visit our clinic and we can provide the appropriate treatment options.

*It's important to see a dermatologist to ensure you don't have skin cancer and use appropriate medical treatments.

Sun-damaged skin

Following treatments are recommended

Book an initial consultation for $100 (1 hour) to create a tailored treatment plan for your skin needs and budget.

Disclaimer: Book your initial consultation with a qualified esthetician now to have your skin concerns assessed. Results may vary, depending on the individual. Primavera Clinic can consult with you to confirm if this treatment is right for you.

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