Your skin is your body’s largest organ, so treat it right! Photoaging (skin damage such as wrinkles, brown spots, and lax skin caused by sun exposure) can be prevented — and minimized — with proper sun protection (such as sunscreen and protective clothing) and various anti-aging treatments. We’ve got lots of tips to keep your skin looking its best, and staying its healthiest, here.
Over time, skin ages and loses its youthful appearance. Wrinkles appear around the eyes, fine lines bloom around the lips, and age spots surface on the hands. While some of these factors are natural and unavoidable, many of the visible signs of aging are caused by the sun, and can be avoided. Read More
Light-Based Technologies Can Minimize the Signs of Long-Term Sun Damage: Not all lights are created equal. Some are visible to the human eye as colors. Others, though not perceivable, produce long-lasting biological effects.Read More
When you think about protecting your skin from the sun, what comes first to mind? Your face? Your neck? What about your hands?Read More
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Twins and Photodamage
What could more purely demonstrate the effects of photodamage than a study of identical twins?
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Facial Resurfacing Treatments for Photoaging May Also Help Prevent Skin Cancer
If you think facial resurfacing procedures are just cosmetic, think again.
Facial resurfacing techniques - medical treatments that improve the look and feel of skin - are popular with patients …