Summer is finally upon us! The sun is shining, and all our summer clothes are coming out. However, while we love that warm sun, we have to be careful of its UV rays. This is especially true after certain cosmetic procedures. Getting some cosmetic work done for the summer fun is a great way to boost your confidence before the sunny months, but you want to make sure you’re being safe. So let’s take a look at some of the most sun-safe cosmetic treatments like dermal fillers.
Why Is the Sun a Concern?
The sun naturally emits UV radiation that can negatively impact healthy skin with enough exposure. UV radiation is why we get sunburned and why wearing sunscreen is so important. However, certain cosmetic treatments can leave your skin exposed while it heals. When your skin is healing, it’s far more susceptible to damage.
This can lead to stunted healing, sunburns, and an increased risk of skin cancer. Most of these procedures only leave your skin vulnerable for a couple of days and a week at most. That being said, it’s best to stick to sun-safe treatments if you’re planning an outdoors-heavy summer.
The most sun-safe cosmetic procedures happen to be one of the most popular. Dermal fillers and BOTOXⓇ are great options because they are minimally invasive. Dermal fillers have a wide range of usage and are used for dozens of appearance-boosting applications. These can include things like lip filling, raising cheekbones, smoothing the face, and more. BOTOX is great for slimming the face, anti-aging, and muscle-relaxing. If you get any dermal fillers or BOTOX, it is still recommended that sunscreen is used if you’re going outside.
Summer is rapidly upon us, and the sun is shining. So if you want to look your best, then the Rendon Center Dermatology & Aesthetic Medicine is here to help! The Rendon Center provides a wide range of dermal fillers and BOTOX for all your sun-safe needs. Our team of board-certified dermatologists makes it their mission to reach your cosmetic goals and can give you all the resources for keeping summer safe. So before heading for the beach, contact the Rendon Center at 561-750-0544 today.