Detan/Glow Booster

India is a tropical country with plenty of sunlight year round; while this is beneficial for a number of things, it is not the best for skin care. When skin cells are exposed to UV rays from the sun, they go into defence mode, and the melanin pigment protects the cells from further harm. Melanin is piled on top of the nucleus of the cell, like an umbrella; this process occurs in all skin cells exposed to sunlight. This is referred to as tanning, and it results in a darkening effect. This acts as a shield to protect your skin from the sun.

Detan Treatment

Continuous sunlight, on the other hand, can cause damage to the skin such as sunburns and reduce collagen production, resulting in fine lines and wrinkles. Some ways to prevent this from happening is with the use of sunscreens. There are multiple kinds of sunscreens with varying SPF. The SPF number on a sunscreen indicates the level of UVB protection it provides. Sunscreens with a higher SPF rating offer greater protection against UV rays. Even on cloudy or rainy days, sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 should be worn on a regular basis.

But what should you do if you can’t avoid tanning? Dermatologists can now use modern skin care procedures to help you reverse the effects of excessive sun exposure. Your undesired tan, tan lines, itchiness, and discoloration can all be removed completely, showing your even, bright skin beneath. Seek advice from a dermatologist to determine your skin type and the best tan removal treatment for you. Sun-tanned areas that require frequent de-tanning treatment include the face, arms and legs, hands and feet, back, and neck.

Some of The Detan Treatments Are as Follows:

Chemical Peels: Chemical Peels are used to remove the top layer of dead skin cells. This is a common tan skin removal procedure that aids in the formation of new skin cells by removing the upper tanned skin layers. These de-tanning peels contain glycolic acid, trichloroacetic acid, salicylic acid, lactic acid, or carbolic acid (phenol) in various concentrations.

Microdermabrasion: Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive method of removing tan skin that involves manual exfoliation of the epidermis’ top layer. The removal of the tanned epidermal layer allows for the formation of fresh, healthy-looking skin. This process is considered the best way to eliminate tanning from the face because it improves new cell formation, minimises scarring, and smoothes your facial skin. It is suitable for any skin type and is completely painless.

Laser Therapy: Laser Therapy can be used to remove stubborn tans and Pigmentation. Light is used in this tan removal treatment to repair and regenerate damaged skin cells. Damaged skin is exposed to a low-level red laser that can penetrate the skin up to three inches. This causes the skin to produce new and healthy skin cells, which improves the skin’s appearance. This sun tanning removal technique is recommended by skin specialists to treat pigmentation and advanced skin tan problems.

If you have tanning issues you are an ideal candidate for these treatments and these treatments are non-invasive and hence do not require any downtime.


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