Sun Damaged Skin
- Sun damaged skin often exhibits hyperpigmentation or dark spots.
- The texture of the skin is rough in some areas and smooth in others.
- An increase in the signs of aging which may include more noticeable fine lines, wrinkles, dark circles, broken blood vessels (telagentasia), and skin sensitivity.
Did You Know?
To protect itself from the damaging effects of the sun, your skin increases its production of the dark brown pigment called melanin. The extra melanin makes your skin look darker or sun-tanned. In some cases, the sun causes an uneven increase in melanin production, which produces irregular coloring or pigmentation of the skin. Regular topical application of our SPF and treatment serums will diminish these sun damage effects.
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Ellen's Tips for Normal Skin
Prevention is the key. Sun damage is often one of the first signs of aging noticed by men and women. It is important that one begins to take care of their skin as soon as sun damage becomes apparent. Clinical data continues to support the benefits of topically applied, water and oil soluble anti-oxidants that are designed to help reduce free radial damage, inflammation and improve the skin at a cellular level. Control Corrective’s Crystal C Serum is aimed at achieving this. The key is to use the serum daily, always in the AM, (twice daily is great too).