Sun Damaged Skin

Over time, the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) light damages certain fibers in the skin called elastin. The breakdown of these fibers causes skin damage and can result in skin that sags, droops, is discolored and/or doesn’t quite bounce back after it has been stretched. The skin also doesn’t heal as quickly and is more susceptible to bruising. Sun damage isn’t always visible in your younger years, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t there; It makes its appearance later in your skins natural aging process.


Although nothing can completely reverse or undo sun damage, there are many options that will heal the skin and repair some damage. Aside from treatments, the best thing you can do for your skin at-home is to protect yourself from the sun – no matter your age. Cover up, wear a hat, and always use an SPF daily.

Sun Damaged Skin Treatment Options

Facial Treatments

A wide variety of treatments targeting teen + adult acne, from mild to severe, even acne scarring!
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Skin Care Routine

Let us recommend an 'at home' skin routine. We offer three impressive skin care lines. Schedule a consultation to see which one is best for your skin.
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Chemical Peels

An effective skincare solution for those conditions acne, acne scarring, sun damaged skin, aging skin and hyperpigmentation.
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Skin Rejuvenation

Intense Pulsed Light Therapy is a way to improve the color and texture of your skin without surgery. It may help if you have red, brown or splotchy skin because of a health condition.
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Fillers & Injections

Fillers that plump the skin and injection treatments. Minimally invasive, they do not involve surgery.
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Wrinkle Prevention

Diet and other lifestyle factors have an impact on skin health. Learn more about being proactive about wrinkle prevention.
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IV Wellness Therapy

Pre-compounded, ready-to-use, sterile, stable, pH balanced, isotonic, and only made with premium Health Canada approved ingredients with indication for intravenous use.
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