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Winter is the time to rejuvenate sun damaged skin

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If years of lazy hazy crazy days of summer have left their marks on your gorgeous face in the form of sun damage, then Winter is the time to erase years from your face with brightening treatments to repair and rejuvenate sun damaged skin.

IPL, or intense pulsed light therapy, is one of the more effective ways to remove dark spots and hyper pigmented lesions. A laser technician zaps the dark spots which become red and the eventually darken before they flake off and disappear. The downtime can be usually one week of special care taken, but the results of a brighter, more even complexion are worth it.

MURAD's new Rapid age spot and pigment lightening serum is a great way to get results at home. Applied nightly, results are visible within a week or so.

Hyper pigmentation, often caused by sun damaged and hormonal shifts, can wreak havoc on the most beautiful skin. Regular care and prevention, including the skin care staple of sunscreen, even in winter, can help keep complexions even and skin bright.

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