Two effective ways to treat sun damage

krista dial treating sun damageWith summer just around the corner, several people have asked me for suggestions on gentle, yet cost-effective ways to treat sun damage.

In today’s video, I’m going to share about TWO simple regimens that, over the course of eight weeks, are clinically-proven to erase the appearance of melasma and premature aging including brown spots, dullness, and discoloration. These products brighten, exfoliate, decreases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and protects against sun exposure for a long-term solution for glowing skin.

Sound like a winning combination? Check out the video to learn more:

The two regimens shared in the video are made effective due to three key ingredients.

Hydroquinone is considered the gold medal standard for skin lightening. It safely evens skin tone by fading areas of hyperpigmentation. It’s the only FDA-approved skin lightening agent and nothing holds a candle to its efficacy in treating dark marks and brown spots. Doctors can prescribe hydroquinone at four percent, however, two percent formulas (when used with the right supplemental products) have proven to be equally effective over time. This lower over-the-counter dosage also reduces likelihood of sensitivity side effects that some people experience at the higher dosage.

Vitamin C and Retinol are also proven to enhance brightening of the skin while also diminishing the look of fine lines and wrinkles. This effective duo decreases brightens skin while also decreasing the appearance of dark marks when applied in a proprietary combination.

Want to learn more about one or both of these skin lightening solutions? Send me a message and I will shoot you more info. 

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16 comments on “Two effective ways to treat sun damage

  1. I’d never heard of hydroquinone so thanks for sharing this information. Luckily, I don’t have any issues on my face because many years ago, my best friend told me to always keep my face out of the sun. My hands could use some help though!

    • Hi Carol…I hadn’t either until just a few years ago. That’s great you’ve been mindful of sun on your face over the years. Hydroquinone works on all skin areas, including hands! 🙂 If you’re looking for something to treat sun damage there, shoot me a message…I can help!

  2. Great post. As a natural redhead with fair skin, I burn within minutes of being in the sun, so I am always looking for ways to help sun damage. Do you have any ideas for using retinol on sensitive skin? Cheers!

    • Thanks Aarika! Glad to hear this was helpful! In terms of using retinol on sensitive skin, I would suggest using a super low dosage. Both of the formulations mentioned above come in non-prescription strength…so if you need a recommendation on that, I can definitely make one. I’ll shoot you an email.

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