There is something so glorious about the sun's warmth on our skin. However, as we all know, too much sun and inadequate sun protection can have disastrous consequences to our health. Some effects of sun damage can include: sunburn, dry and flaky skin, actinic bronzing and actinic keratosis.

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Sun damaged skin can be rough and discoloured. This can be detrimental to both our physical and emotional health, causing us to cover up and hide. This develops after long term or repeated exposure to the sun. Areas most at risk are those that have had the highest exposure to the sun, such as the face, neck, chest and decolletage, hands and forearms.

It is wise to check your skin and any moles you have regularly for any changes, and to see your GP or a dermatologist at least annually for a skin cancer check.

Our team can advise you on the set sun block for your skin type an also assist with any other products and/or treatments you might like to explore to slow down the ageing process. We can also treat mild cases of sun damage, drawing from our range of cosmeceuticals,  and LASER therapies depending on your individual circumstances and goals.