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How to Correct Sun Damage

NYC dermatologist Dr. Eric Schweiger finds that many patients are looking for ways to correct sun damage, both for cosmetic reasons and to improve the health of their skin.  Thankfully, many treatments that correct sun damage, by getting rid of brown spots and fine lines, also improve the health of the skin by preventing precancerous lesions from forming.  Below are Dr. Schweiger's top treatments for correcting sun damage. Fraxel Dual laser: This laser resurfacing treatment combines two unique wavelengths of fractionated laser energy.  The result for you is removal of brown spots and pigmentation on the face, in addition to improvement of the skin's texture.  This innovative laser treatment can be used to treat both the face and the chest. Chemical peels: Chemical peels can help to remove superficial pigmentation on the skin and improve the skin's overall health.  A series of in-office chemical peels can deliver a significant improvement in the appearance of brown spots from years of sun. Retinoids: Topical retinoids, available by prescription or from your dermatologist, stimulate skin cell turnover.  As a result, they stimulate collagen to smooth out fine lines, reduce the appearance of brown spots from the sun, and prevent the development of precancerous lesions on the skin. Skinceuticals CE Ferulic Serum: This concentrated antioxidant serum helps to lighten dark spots from the sun, while preventing future sun damage from occuring.
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Schweiger Dermatology

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New York, NY 10022

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