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Sun Protection Starts Now!
Get Back in the SPF Habit
At last the snow has gone, the wind is not biting cold and the blossoms are coming out. Dare we hope that summer 2013 is on its way?
Quinn Clinics are reminding patients to get back into the habit of applying sun block daily.
We all know the advice about sun protection, yet many of us still leave it until our big holiday, or after we’ve had a couple of surprise over-exposures.
The best way to protect your skin and avoid premature signs of ageing is to wear a SPF30+ sun block every day. Even in winter, even when it’s cloudy.
If you have got out of the habit of applying sun cream, time to get back into it.
As well as premature ageing, sun damage can cause problems with pigmentation or hyperpigmentation, sun spots, dry skin, poor complexion and even melanoma.
Where melanoma is suspected, moles should be checked as soon as possible by a medical professional.
Meanwhile, modern cosmetic treatments can address issues such as melasma, redness, age spots and wrinkles. Botox anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers give superb results in tackling specific lines and creases, while laser IPL and CO2 fractional laser are able to stimulate the skin’s own healing for a clearer, smoother texture.
Skin Clinics London, Bristol
Sun damage is a very individual issue, so for bespoke advice a consultation with an experienced and skilled aesthetic medicine doctor is the first step forward.
The London Quinn Clinics is based in Blackheath at 54 Woodlands Park Road, Greenwich, London SE10 9XD. Please call 0208 858 0575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment or for further information.
Head office and Bristol Clinic 68 Oakfield Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2BG telephone 0117 924 4592.