How To Reverse Sun Damage

Deven Hopp

Whether you’ve shunned the sun entirely or have yet to give up your sun-worshiping ways, chances are you’ve already incurred some amount of sun damage. And unfortunately, it starts to accrue very early, though you may not see the effects right away. According to Dr. Kraffert, board certified dermatologist and president of Amarte, microscopic damage is detected in most children by age 12 (sunburns or no sunburns). We turned to Dr. Kraffert to shed some light on whether or not the visible effects of sun damage can be reversed. He explained that damage occurs in two layers of the skin: the epidermis and dermis. Keep reading to find how to address all types of damage.

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