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BROWN SPOTS
& SUN DAMAGE

RESTORE YOUTHFUL LOOKING SKIN

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EXPOSE A NATURALLY, BRIGHTER SKIN 

Sun damage is difficult to deal with because it is caused simply by being out in the sun. The more time we spend outdoors and the more sun exposure we get, the more likely we are to develop sun spots, age spots, sunburn, and other similar concerns.

 

While putting on sunscreen can help reduce this damage, but putting it on every time can be hard to keep track of. If you’ve endured a great deal of sun damage and long for a rejuvenation treatment for your sun-damaged skin, we’re here to help. At Rejuvenus Clinic, we provide a range of non-invasive treatment options for improving the quality and appearance of skin.

 

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CAUSES OF BROWN SPOTS

 

The most visible type of sun damage is the accumulation of sunspots on the skin, which tend to become more noticeable as one ages. Sunspots, also known as age spots, liver spots, or solar lentigines, are characterized by clusters of small, flat, brown-coloured spots that tend to become darker when exposed to the sun. They can appear anywhere in the body, including the face, hands, shoulders, and other areas frequently exposed to sunlight.

Other types of sun damage on the skin include:

  

Sunburn​ - Pink, painful, and inflamed patches on the skin

Rough and Dry Skin ​ - Excessive exposure to sunlight can leave the skin parched dry

  

Fine Lines and Wrinkles - UV light destroys collagen and elastin in the skin, accelerating aging and making its symptoms appear earlier than they should

  

Melasma​ - Splotchy brownish or grayish maps on the skin

  

Actinic Keratoses (AK)​ - Also known as solar keratoses, these are scaly and crusty areas on the skin that may lead to skin cancer if not addressed accordingly

Like sunspots on the skin, these uneven pigmentations in the skin are usually caused by chronic and unprotected sun exposure that have accumulated over the years and have gotten worse without seeking proper sun damage treatment.

  

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SUN DAMAGE

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WHAT ARE THE SIGNS OF SUN DAMAGE?

 

Symptoms of sun-damaged skin include the appearance of:

  • Age Spots
  • Brown Spots
  • Wrinkles and 
  • Rough Skin Texture.

 

At Rejuvenus Clinic, we believe that treating these symptoms requires a thoughtful and comprehensive skin care approach. When you arrive at our center, we will take some time to examine your skin and determine the best treatment plan.

Once we have gotten a full understanding of your specific needs, we will provide you with all the information you require to come to a treatment decision​

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TREATMENT OPTIONS

 

Ideally, constant use of broad-spectrum sunscreen and limited exposure to sunlight during times when harmful UV rays are at their most intense state is the key to protecting your skin from sunburn and the development of sun damage on the skin. But if you’ve already got them, there’s no need to worry. Rejuvenus Clinic offers a wide range of sun damage treatments that are proven safe and effective. These include the:

 

CHEMICAL PEELS - A clinical peel is an exfoliating treatment that refreshes the skin, restores luminosity, and stimulates skin renewal. They are said to deliver more visible and corrective results than traditional facials. A chemical peeling solution is applied on the face or other areas of the body with sun damage to remove the outer layers of the skin to reveal a fresh new one that is clearer and free of imperfections.

 

LASER TREATMENTS - Laser reaches deep into the cell and activates specific genes associated with youth while turning off other genes tied to ageing. As a result, newly produced skin cells are programmed to give you beautiful and youthful-looking skin. It can get rid of sunspots in your skin and other notable signs of aging or sun damage.

This is an advanced facial treatment that addresses a wide range of skin issues, including dryness, uneven skin tone, sunspots on the skin, and basically a lacklustre skin due to stress that accelerates the ageing process. This sun damage treatment is non-invasive, quick, comfortable, and gentle on your skin.

 

Fractional Laser offers positive effects for the improvement of various skin issues, including hyperpigmentation like sunspots on the skin and actinic keratoses due to sun damage. This unique sun damage treatment can provide continuous anti-ageing and skin-enhancing benefits months post-treatment because of its ability to excellently penetrate the innermost layers of the dermis and encourage generous collagen production.

 

MEDICAL GRADE SKINCARE - Medical-grade skincare products with hydroquinone can lighten the appearance of blemishes and other blemishes on the skin. Kojic acid and glycolic acids are two other potent ingredients that can be used to fade away the brown spots due to sun damage or aging. Retinoid is also an active ingredient that exfoliates dead skin and rejuvenates the skin. It reveals a clearer and brighter complexion.

 

To find-out which treatment could be right for you, book an appointment today. 

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F.A.Q.

At Rejuvenus Clinic, we are dedicated to delivering the best service to our patients. 

Here is a list of our Frequently Asked Questions. If you have any other questions or concerns, our experts will provide you will all the information you need.

Why Do I Have Brown Spots?

Unprotected skin exposure to the sun over time creates uneven pigmentation (brown spots or liver spots). Brown spots tend to become more noticeable after the age of thirty, although those who tan frequently may see them earlier.

Will Brown Spots Come Back After They’ve Been Treated?

Once brown spots have been treated they will not return, as long as you are diligent with good skin care and daily sun protection. It is possible however that new brown spots may surface due to deeper UV damage in the skin. These spots can be treated just as the others were.

How Can I Prevent Brown Spots And Sun Damage?

Diligent use of sunscreen is key. In addition, wearing a hat or protective clothing during prolonged sun exposure is excellent prevention.

I Noticed A Lot Of Brown Spots And Patchiness On My Face After I Got Pregnant, And It Hasn’t Gone Away. Can This Be Treated?

This is likely a pigmentation disorder called melasma. Click here to learn more about this condition and how it can be treated.

Can Brown Spots On The Body Also Be Treated?

Absolutely! The same treatments we perform on the face may are also effective on the body. Common body areas that we treat include: neck, chest, hands, arms, and legs.

What Results Can I Expect From The Treatments?

Sun damage treatments like light-based therapies, chemical peels, and medical-grade skincare have stunning skin rejuvenating benefits. Post-treatment results can range from slow and gradual enhancements to dramatic improvements, depending on the treatment’s aggressiveness and technique

OTHER CONDITIONS

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