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- Sun Damaged Skin

Soaking up the sun's rays used to be considered healthy ... before we learned about the dangers of ultraviolet rays.

Sunlight can be used to treat some skin diseases, but we all need to avoid overexposure to the sun. Too much sun can cause sunburn, wrinkles, freckles, skin texture changes, dilated blood vessels, and skin cancers. It may also cause rash problems

Everyone should be able to enjoy sunny days. By using a little common sense, as well as the guidelines developed by the American Academy of Dermatology, you can safely work and play outdoors without worrying too much about skin cancer and wrinkles. But if either should occur, your dermatologist has specific expertise in treatment options.
Did You Know?
  Did you know that sun damaged skin is also known as photodamage, refers to how the sun alters the look and feel of the skin. Sun damage is a form of extrinsic ageing, which premature aging is caused by the environment, including unprotected exposure to the sun. The effects worsen with repeated, unprotected exposure to the sun.  
  "You can't do anything about the length of your life, but you can do something about its width and depth."  
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