In the last few decades, there has been a surge in public awareness of how sun exposure affects the skin; however, even with an increasing number of sun protection products on the market, sun damage remains one of the top aesthetic concerns for both men and women. In recent years, wrinkles, sun damage, and facial redness were among the most common skin conditions treated, with over 2.2 million treatments performed using laser, light, and energy-based devices to treat them.1 Additionally, sun damage treatments were up 29% this year and a striking 63% in just two years.
Treating sun damage and preventing further signs of photoaging is a must if you want to help your clients achieve their aesthetic goals by maintaining a healthy, youthful appearance—and also protect their health. More than 9,500 patients are diagnosed with skin cancer in the U.S. each day, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation.2 The solution? Educating patients on how to protect themselves from the sun properly and offering the best treatments to address their sun damage.
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1. ASDS Skin Experts. Over 12.5M Procedures in 2018. (n.d.). Retrieved July 22, 2022, from https://www.asds.net/skin-experts/news-room/press-releases/asdsmembers-performed-more-than-125-million-treatments-in-2018
2. Skin cancer facts & statistics. The Skin Cancer Foundation. (2022, May 24). Retrieved July 22, 2022, from https://www.skincancer.org/skin-cancer-information/ skin-cancer-facts/