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Sun Damage

Sun exposure significantly damages our skin. The sun dries out the skin by depleting its natural oils, while ultraviolet (UV) radiation burns the skin and causes long-term changes to the skin's structure. Repeated sunburn and unprotected UV exposure will increase premature ageing (fine lines and wrinkles, pigmentation and broken capillaries) as well as increase your risk of skin cancer.

While much of the damage caused is permanent, treatments can reduce the appearance of sun damage that are making you look older. There isn’t one treatment that fits all, so a full consultation will be needed to create a bespoke treatment package for you. This will help to treat different signs of ageing to give you a natural healthy glow back to the skin.   

Signs of sun damage are:  

  • Wrinkles 
  • Age spots 
  • Loose skin 
  • Spider veins 
  • Blotchy or ruddy complexion 
  • Dry skin 
  • Actinic Keratosis 

Although treatments can reduce the appearance of sun damage you must also start protecting your skin. Protecting your skin against UV damage with a good quality SPF can slow down and even reverse the signs of sun damage. Sun protection should be used every day to be effective – even if it’s cold or overcast. If it’s daylight an SPF needs to be worn. We recommend using CellDerma sunscreens developed by our medical director, Dr Dev Patel.

Perfect Skin Solutions

Why have your Sun Damage treated at Perfect Skin Solutions?

We have an abundance of knowledge, treatments and skin care to help with all types of sun damage. 

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Sun Damage


You need to have a consultation with one of our Doctors or Therapists to have a better idea of this. Information on this page and via the treatment links above will give you a better understanding of the technology and what each treatment entails. We do encourage you to read all relevant FAQs. However, only after consultation, can a tailored treatment plan be devised. You can then go home and have some thinking time, before committing to any procedure. 

This will depend on your skin type and skin condition to be treated. You will be given options once a full consultation has taken place. 

Patients can see results in as little as 2 weeks, depending on the treatment indication. Your skin will continue to improve and will peak at around 12 months after treatments.