Sun-damaged skin is one of the root causes of premature aging. This issue causes wrinkles to appear deeper and hyperpigmentation signs like age spots to crop up. If you’ve incurred sun damage and wish to do something about it, we can help. We offer several methods of improving skin and minimizing pigmentation issues. Get in touch with our team at Infinity Wellness Medspa to learn more.


What Causes Sun Damage?

Sun damage happens when our skin is exposed to too many harmful UV rays. These rays come in two primary categories, UVA and UVB. UVA rays have long wavelengths and penetrate deep into the dermis, the skin’s thickest layer. UVB rays are shorter in length but can still cause major damage. Together, these rays can cause dark blotches on our skin and even lead to serious complications like skin cancer.

How Is This Issue Addressed?

Our medspa provides several treatments for addressing sun damage and the issues that arise with it. Our chemical peels, for example, can effectively exfoliate your skin and remove its damaged outer layer. This can facilitate natural healing as new skin develops. RF microneedling can also serve as effective solutions, often delivering longer-lasting results.

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What Can I Expect?

The best treatment for you will depend on the extent of your sun damage. Chemical peels offer several grades of intensity that can be adjusted to meet your specific needs. A microneedling treatment may be recommended if your skin requires more intensive treatment. In either case, most sessions here at our office take less than an hour to perform. They are non-surgical and require little if any, downtime afterward. Several visits may be needed to get the most out of your treatment.

Find Sun Damage Treatments in Johnston, Rhode Island

If sun damage has become a major concern, our treatment options may be right for you. We offer chemical peels and RF microneedling to improve the look of your skin and minimize signs of aging. Learn more about what we offer by filling out the form below or giving our office a call at (401) 273-1982.