sunhatAs most of the country heads into autumn, and cooler weather, Las Vegas is still in the triple digits. That means while everyone else shelves their sunscreen and pulls out sweaters, we need to still be slathering! What should you do if you find yourself the recipient of too much sun? The damage is done, but here are a few steps to help you recover:

Step one is to hydrate your skin as much as possible. And remember, for your skin to “drink in” the maximum amount of moisture, it has to be clean. So, cleanse first-but be gentle! Your skin has already been traumatized; it needs to be pampered now. Rhonda Allison’s Milk Plus Cleanser, with natural milk, foaming peptides and yogurt extract, is a good choice to clean your aching skin.

Next, a moisturizer with aloe will help the healing process begin. Aloe’s superior healing qualities, including its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial action, as well as its ability to promote cell growth, make it ideal for after-sun care.

Finally, once the aloe has done its work and your skin is getting back to normal, it’s the perfect time to start thinking about a deep hydrating facial and/or back treatment. Sun damage is the prime cause of premature aging and you’ll want to attack the damage below the surface to make sure that your skin stays soft and fresh.

For more information on how to prevent sun damage in the first place and advice on beauty products to keep your skin soft, hydrated and healthy, please contact us at 702-496-2066 or schedule your appointment today.