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How do I take care of my skin from the sun?

October 03, 2017

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You’re probably already well aware about the harmful effects of being overexposed to the sun. However, sun damage happens to the best of us. You might have sun damaged skin with sun spots, wrinkles, and other complications. If you’re wondering how to heal your skin from this type of damage, here’s a quick guide.

Argan Oil 

Whether you have a fresh sunburn or years of sun damage, argan oil gives your skin the moisture it needs. When your skin is freshly burned and feels dry, tight, and starts to peel, your skin is severely dehydrated. Rather than slathering on creams full of synthetic ingredients, use pure argan oil for ultimate skin hydration. This oil is derived from argan tree nuts in Morocco and is rich in nutrients such as:

  • Vitamin E
  • Antioxidants
  • Essential fatty acids

Argan oil is also great for long-term sun damage because of its repairing and anti-aging properties. Use argan oil to fade sun spots and heal dry skin.

Hyaluronic Acid

Another key substance that offers skin hydration and sun-damage healing is hyaluronic acid. This ingredient is famous for holding up to 1,000 times its weight in water, making it a moisturizing powerhouse. Applying hyaluronic acid can hydrate your skin, diminish wrinkles, and reverse signs of sun damage. You can purchase pure hyaluronic acid or get it in the form of a moisturizing face spray.

Peptides 

Sun damage and natural aging diminish your skin’s ability to produce collagen and retain its elasticity. Thankfully, peptides can restore the collagen in your skin and help it produce more. Many of our products include healing peptides, including our anti-wrinkle serums.

The sun can leave your skin damaged, dry, and depleted of essential nutrients. When you’re looking to reverse the effects of sun damage, use Timeless Skin Care products containing the above mentioned ingredients for healthier, younger-looking skin. For more advice about treating sun-damaged skin, contact our team.





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