How Do You Get Rid Of Sunspots?



4 Easy Ways To Reduce Sun Damage Now

Starting off with some bad news: Your skin can rack up sun damage every time you're out in the sun without protection—but that damage doesn't always show up until years later. So those funky brown spots and fine lines you're seeing in the mirror now might have been caused just by that time you got a gnarly sunburn at summer camp.

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That's because UV radiation alters the actual DNA of your skin cells, causing lines, wrinkles, discoloration, and even cancer. 😱

The good news: You can reverse sun damage. "Whenever you start protecting yourself from the sun, you will stop the process of additional damage and start to reverse, to some extent, what you've already accumulated," says Neal Schultz, M.D., a cosmetic dermatologist based in New York City and creator of DermTV.com. Throw in this four-step treatment, and you are well on your way to some serious skin recovery.

Step 1: Exfoliate the right way.

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You want to smooth your skin to create brightness and luster (and get rid of discolored skin cells). Chemical exfoliation is the best way to do just that, Schultz says. These exfoliants dissolve dead skin cells instead of scraping and rubbing them off (usually unevenly) the way your fav coffee scrub does.

When choosing a chemical exfoliant, opt for a product with a 5 to 8 percent concentration of glycolic acid (one of the most powerful and effective exfoliating ingredients out there), likePeter Thomas Roth 8% Glycolic Solutions Toner(, sephora.com). The glycolic acid will help remove the extra layers of dead cells that are holding all of the brown pigment that has clumped and accumulated over the years.

Step 2: Target brown spots.

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The next step is to get rid of those dark spots (also known as hyperpigmentation). Look for a skin lightening agent, likeMurad Rapid Age Spot & Pigment Serum(, sephora.com) with a 2 percent concentration of hydroquinone (the active ingredient), and apply it two to three times a day on the darkened areas.

This will help brighten those darken patches and stop the skin's uneven production of melanin (brown pigment) that your skin churns out when it tries to fight UV radiation.

Step 3: Don't 👏 skip 👏 sunscreen 👏.

Use sunscreen every day (yes, EVERY DAY) to prevent additional sun damage. The American Academy of Dermatology recommends using a broad-spectrum sunscreen (which protects against UVA and UVB rays) that's a minimum of SPF 30.

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To maximize the sunscreen's protection, apply it 30 minutes before going outside and reapply at least every two hours (more often if you're swimming or sweating a lot). "The amount of sunscreen that you need to use for your entire body, assuming you're at the beach and you're just wearing a bathing suit, is about an ounce in order to get the actual SPF value," Schultz says. Translation: one shot glass filled to the brim with sunscreen.






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