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How to Fix Sun-Damaged Skin, at the Doctor's Office or the Drugstore

Is in, that doesn’t mean your skin forgot about all those oiled-up days by the pool—or will forgive you for continually baking in the sun even while wearing SPF 50.

“Every time you tan, you’re damaging your skin, you’re increasing your risk for skin cancer, you’re aging your skin,” says Dale Isaacson , a dermatologist in downtown DC.

The good news is that treatments can undo some of the harm caused by the sun, which is called photodamage and might include wrinkles, roughness, or unwanted pigmentation. The caveat: Skin damage can result from many factors, including age and lifestyle choices such as smoking, so the type and duration of treatment are going to vary.

Here are the latest options to smooth your skin, treat spots, and prevent future sun damage—whether you want to visit a doctor’s office, slather on a serum, or try glitter sunscreen (yes, that’s a thing).

Needling Away Sun Damage

While it might seem like the latest fad in skin care, microneedling traces its roots to China centuries ago, where the idea of piercing the skin as a treatment began as acupuncture. Using hair-like needles to puncture the face is “basically like aerating a lawn,” says Isaacson. “You’re taking a pen-like device that has teeny-weeny needles that penetrate the skin at various depths. It’s gyrating 1,000 times per minute, putting little puncture holes all over the face. Then your body perceives those as wounds and heals them like it would a scraped knee.”

Is it ok for teenagers to use an anti-aging night cream?

I'm 15 and accidentaly bought Dove Pro Age night cream. I have used it the last few nights and was wondering if it is ok to continue to use?


There's no harm as long as it doesn't irritate your skin. Often, anti-wrinkle creams, especially ones for much older adults (think 50+) are really greasy so they can clog your pores and make you break out. Also, they sometimes contain irritating ingredients,


YES ...THE EARLIER THE BETTER....THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS CARING ABOUT WRINKLES TOO EARLY


There's no harm as long as it doesn't irritate your skin. Often, anti-wrinkle creams, especially ones for much older adults (think 50+) are really greasy so they can clog your pores and make you break out. Also, they sometimes contain irritating ingredients,

The best anti aging night cream that WONT clog pores?

I am only 24 years old, but i'd like to start using a cream at night that will not clog my pores yet moisturize and firm. I also wear a day cream with SPF 30 every day.


I honestly think pure sunscreen is the best anti-aging cream. I just buy the 6 dollar Banana Boat and people always say I have beautiful glowing skin. Also cocoa butter helps. You should exfoliate twice a week and use a gentle cleanser the rest of the


I honestly think pure sunscreen is the best anti-aging cream. I just buy the 6 dollar Banana Boat and people always say I have beautiful glowing skin. Also cocoa butter helps. You should exfoliate twice a week and use a gentle cleanser the rest of the