Linda Horan, Borealis Natural Skincare’s in-house expert, feels that if you have sun damage on the face and neck area, then wear at least a broad spectrum SPF 25 daily apart from exfoliating gently, reports a website.

Some people also opt for “chemical peels” to remove the layer of skin cells including top layer of brown spots. Glycolic acid is an active ingredient that removes several layers of dead cells.

A natural approach to treat sun damage on skin would be to use natural exfoliators such as jojoba beads and ground apricot kernel. Face oils also helps in a big way so omega 3, 6 and 9 oils, lots of fruit, vegetables, lean protein help to restore luster to the skin.
Supplements may help depending on age and overall health and eating habits.

(Agencies)

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