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Dermatologist Recommended Solutions For Repairing Sun Damaged Skin

Long years of being exposed to the harmful rays of the sun can certainly make your skin pay. When exposed for a very long time to the sun, your skin will have the tendency to become dry as well as rough. In addition to that, you will eventually notice dark spots and uneven patches. As a cherry on top, you will also get to see fine lines and wrinkles due to the loss of elasticity on your skin.

With this in mind, more and more women and men are becoming conscious about the health of their skin. If your skin has already been damaged by the sun, then there is a need for you to reverse and repair the bad effects that the sun has on your skin.

Here are some ways on how you can bring back life to your already damaged skin:

Broccoli Sprouts To The Rescue

You may have already heard of the amazing things that broccoli can do for you. When broken down or eaten, this vegetable releases glucoraphanin. When this enzyme mixes with a naturally occurring enzyme called myrosinase, a new substance is formed. This substance is the one responsible for healing the damages brought about by sun exposure. It detoxifies your skin. In addition to that, it helps protect your skin from the UV rays of the sun. Your skin’s defense against sun damage will surely be boosted since it also stimulates production of new enzymes. Aside from eating broccoli sprouts, this can also be topically applied in order to improve the overall appearance of your skin.

Take Advantage of Antioxidants

In order to boost the antioxidant effects if broccoli sprouts, it is recommended that you eat or drink substances that are rich in antioxidant such as green or red tea.

Exfoliate Properly 

One good way to bring back luster and vitality in your skin is to exfoliate it. However, this must be done right. Some dermatologists recommend chemical exfoliation as opposed to scrubbing since chemicals have the capability to dissolve the skin cells, making it more effective.

Consult With a Dermatologist

If you wish to find an effective and efficient way to reverse the effects of the sun, then you need the professional help of a dermatologist. These experts know a lot of ways to get rid of the effects of sun damage and they can tell you what the most effective step that you can take is. They can prescribe medication and vitamins or they can suggest laser procedures that would work well for you.

Once you have repaired the effects of sun damage on your skin, it is recommended that you take steps in protecting your skin from the sun. You can try talking to your dermatologist about the various ways your skin can get protected. Follow all her instructions if you wish to maintain the healthy look and appearance of your skin.

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COMMENTS (27)
  • Cecille Azucena   /   May 1, 2014., 12:22 pmReply

    home remedy really helps

  • Abigail Barcarse   /   May 1, 2014., 5:29 pmReply

    i take care of my skin by not exposing myself to too much sun, even when swimming. i go to a dermatologist regularly so it's a big help...

  • Mary Anne Tapang   /   May 2, 2014., 6:44 amReply

    Thanks for the info, it's a big help, now I know how to bring back my damaged skin.

  • Michelle Perdez Talaboc   /   May 2, 2014., 4:41 pmReply

    Broccoli sprouts is something new, definitely will try it!

  • sherry ann gole cruz   /   May 2, 2014., 9:00 pmReply

    thank you for sharing,very informative,i learn more to take care of my skin

  • Rhea Liza Muñoz   /   May 3, 2014., 3:07 pmReply

    thanks for sharing this with us. This is a big help for me to avoid sun damage. now I know how to take good care of my skin

  • Jonalyn Repalda   /   May 3, 2014., 7:15 pmReply

    I'm learning of this info, Thanks :-)

  • June Real   /   May 3, 2014., 11:04 pmReply

    This is very informative. I will share this to my friends and family :)

  • Jessiemer ABing   /   May 4, 2014., 10:12 amReply

    Great tips!

  • elinor semira   /   May 4, 2014., 5:53 pmReply

    Thanks for those very helpful tips. it's been ages since i went to a dermatologist.

  • Ann C.   /   May 4, 2014., 9:54 pmReply

    Thanks for sharing,very helpful tips for us :)

  • Mary C. Vitug   /   May 4, 2014., 10:27 pmReply

    I didn't know that Brocolli can help repair skin damage. I will try eating this often. Thanks for your tips!

  • arki_sher   /   May 5, 2014., 9:33 amReply

    very informative indeed!

  • Rhoda Maclid   /   May 5, 2014., 11:16 amReply

    I will follow all this tips so i can have a beautiful skin care too :)

  • Hazel   /   May 5, 2014., 11:36 amReply

    Surprise! I like broccoli sprouts. Haha

  • Melanie Eugenio   /   May 5, 2014., 12:14 pmReply

    I dindt know all of this! til you make me know about it. Thanks alot for the tips.!

  • Jeraldine Tolentino   /   May 5, 2014., 3:44 pmReply

    Thank you so much for this information this will help me alot !

  • Neil John Ocampo   /   May 5, 2014., 9:58 pmReply

    thanks for informing, i will tell this to my mom

  • Astra C. Alegre   /   May 6, 2014., 12:56 amReply

    This is a very helpful article. I especially liked the first tip about the broccoli sprouts. ( :

  • carla venice relayo   /   May 6, 2014., 2:07 pmReply

    thanks for this info.. i am using any anti oxidants that can help me on my skin specially nowadays that our climate is not good enough

  • Marie   /   May 6, 2014., 4:03 pmReply

    I often see broccoli sprouts at the organic vegetable store near the Baguio Cathedral. I didn't know it does wonderful things for the skin!

  • Glaiza Pesquera   /   May 6, 2014., 4:13 pmReply

    wow! good to know about the facts of long exposure to sun...

  • Soleil Taguines   /   May 8, 2014., 5:02 amReply

    Thank you so much for the helpful tips. They are all so beneficial for our skin especially this summer. =)

  • Henry Matic   /   May 9, 2014., 1:49 pmReply

    Thank you for sharing! I'll try the broccoli sprouts rescue :)

  • Virginia G   /   May 10, 2014., 1:24 amReply

    just don't do over exfoliation!

  • helen gatbonton   /   May 10, 2014., 11:49 amReply

    wow something new.i will follow all the steps

  • Leah   /   February 18, 2015., 12:44 amReply

    The best thing you can really do is wear a sunscreen with a high SPF. That'll help more than anything.

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