As we transition to Fall, the wellness focus should be on repairing and preventing sun damage from Summer. According to the Skin Care Foundation, each year in the United States over 5.4 million cases of nonmelanoma skin cancer are treated in more than 3.3 million people.
Even if one wears sunscreen, exposure to the sun can cause oxidative stress to the skin & DNA damage like we mentioned in ourprevious blog. This leads to decreased collagen and matrix proteins which lead to wrinkles, dehydration, thickening of the epidermis and discoloration of the skin. How do we deal with this kind of damage? We spoke to key leaders in the field for their best tips on skin repair from sun-damage.
Nearly everyone is on social media platforms, and given this fact, all beauty professionals should not only be where their customers are but create campaigns that really connect and engage with current and potential clients.