SOS damage from the sun
After a summer that doesn't seem to want to end your skin do you suffer from post-tan stress? Have sun and salt left marks on your skin that do not seem to disappear?
Subjecting your skin to a careful medical check can be very useful, before and after tanning, to monitor the appearance of new blemishes and assess the state of health of the epidermis.
Prolonged exposure to sunlight can reduce the hydration of the epidermis and damage the condition of skin cells with the consequent loss of skin elasticity, the appearance of spots and wrinkles or the increased evidence of stretch marks and other blemishes.
In all these cases, as a specialist in cosmetic medicine and surgery, I can help you.
Facial wrinkles and body imperfections can be improved in many ways: from daily routine with specific products, to fillers with collagen and hyaluronic acid, or to biorevitalization, or, in the most serious cases, through cosmetic surgery or facelifts. But only a careful visit by an experienced professional can evaluate the best opportunity for you.
Intervene immediately requesting a visit!