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How To Treat Sun Damaged Skin Naturally

Written By Empress Of Pearl Powder
Sarah Anderson February 4, 2023

How To Treat Sun Damaged Skin Naturally

Ah the good ole days. Looking forward to going to the beach or lake, or just tanning in the back yard everyday was a spring and summer time ritual. The beautiful tan that makes us look even more beautiful, and oh the many complements we adore.

We worship the sun for all it has done to make us such ravishing creatures.

But then......as the years pass by, we come to realize the sun didn't worship us back. Brown spots start creeping in along with wrinkles, and the destruction of elasticity and collagen fibers. Not to mention skin cancer, the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States, which I thank God didn't happen to me.

Sun damage is reversible to some extent, but you can't completely undo the damage to your skin. While superficial repair is possible with the help of certain foods, treatments and topical's, DNA damage cannot be undone.

However, the earlier you address sun damage and are consistent, the more likely you will be able to reverse some of the possible consequences.

How Do We Repair The Damage We Did To Our Skin?

1. Vitamin C

The powerhouse of all sun damage repair and protection is Vitamin C. While a high-SPF broad-spectrum sunscreen is critical for preventing more sun damage, vitamin C boosts SPF's efficacy and takes things up a higher level. Vitamin C Pearl Serum is the best topical antioxidant available to remedy sun-damaged skin and combant UV light.

Vitamin C neutralizes free-radical damage and production of abnormal skin pigmentation and helps produce new healthy collagen. Double down on your daily benefits by using both Vitamin C and sunscreen!

2. Pearl Powder

Well, actually, this should be No1 on the list, but I have put it No 2 for a reason. Pearl Powder has superpowers for healing sun-damaged skin. Yes, Pearl Powder is King. Pearl Powder stimulates your skin's natural production of melanin and the protein conchiolin hydrates the skin and rebuilds collagen.

Studies show that Seawater Pearl Powder has a significant therapeutic effect on UV-induced photo-aging of skin and improves and restores appearance and tissue structure, along with enhancing collagen. Studies say that Seawater Pearl Powder is the best substance to treat photo-aging skin.

In the study, the protein and trace elements in seawater pearl powder were detected, and the skin photo-aging was established. The proteins included many antioxidant enzyme-related proteins, such as sigma class glutathione S-transferase, glutathione peroxidase, glutathione S-transferase A, superoxide dismutase, glutathione synthase, catalase, GST class pi, GST 2, peroxiredoxin 6, GST 1, glutathione transferase, and superoxide dismutase. These proteins play a role in anti-skin photo-aging.

The study displayed significant therapeutic effects on photo-aging skin with improved and restored appearance and tissue structures in skin. It also reduced melanin content.

Now, instead of just doubling down by using Vitamin C Serum and SPF50, add pearl powder to the mix and what do you have, improved elasticity, tighter skin, smoothed out wrinkles, and the removal of brown spots.

3. Reboot your skin with Vitamin A and Peptides

Vitamin A. I always use Vitamin A instead of Retinol. Retinol is a derivative of Vitamin A, so it is no where as effective. Vitamin A comes from two sources. One group includes retinol that comes from animal sources. The other is called carotenoids, that comes from plants and includes beta-carotene.

The body converts beta-carotene to vitamin A. Carotenoids have important biological properties, including antioxidant and photo-protective activities. Vitamin A heals sun damage, revs up collagen production, smooths wrinkles, promotes natural moisturizing, and gives skin a radiate glow. You will find this vitamin along with pearl powder, and Hyaluronic acid (HA is naturally found in the skin, binds water and helps to retain moisture) infuse in Sarah's Pearl Cream.

Peptides accelerate collagen production and enhances the action of antioxidants. Peptides repair wrinkles, firm, smooth, tone, re-energize, sculpt, and super hydrate while adding elasticity and moisturizing. Peptides stimulate the production of collagen.

Peptides have a composition that is very close to that of human skin making it a wonderful skin revitalizer. Silk Peptide Pearl Cream is choice.

4. Exfoliate Once or Twice a Week

Exfoliating is crucial for removing those dead skin cells. One of the things that makes uneven skin texture and brown spots look worse is the backup of dead cells on the surface that interfere with light reflection.

Not only does this contribute to dull, lackluster skin, but it prevents serums and creams from penetrating and doing their best work. But, never use chemicals or harsh ingredients like nuts, sugar, etc. Try pearl powder, it is gentle enough for all skin types and won't tear or harm the skin.

Additionally, the host of vitamins and minerals pearl powder contains won't just lay on your skin, they penetrate deeply into the dermis to protect, nourish, and heal.

And don't neglect your neck and chest area.

5. Stay hydrated

Sun damage saps your skin of water and moisture. Hydrate your skin by using topical's that contain hyaluronic acid and ceramides (lipids) to help draw in and lock in moisture. Vitamin E is a potent lipid-soluble antioxidant which is one of pearl powder's precious agents, and both hyaluronic acid and pearl powder are in Sarah's Pearl Cream, which is packed with essential vitamins and potent antioxidants. It is a deep hydrating skin cream.

Also, up your water intake to hydrate from within. Drinking plenty of water hydrates the skin and softens the wrinkles around the face.

6. Eat healthier

Sorry folks, skin gummies are not the answer. Your daily diet influences the condition of sun-damaged skin more than anything else does. So, lay off the sugar and processed carbs and start eating a variety of colorful, healthy foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, protein, and vitamins.

They'll help your skin fight off free radicals, increase collagen growth, reinforce the protective barrier layer to improve sagging and elasticity, and reduce inflammation.

Seek to eat these foods: salmon, walnuts, flaxseeds and sardines, they are rich in omega-3s, and avocados and olive oil, which are rich in healthy fats. Eat vibrant fruits and veggies like blueberries, bell peppers, tomatoes, spinach, sweet potatoes, carrots, oranges and lemons. They are powered with vitamins and antioxidants.

And don't forget dark chocolate - that sweet bitter delicious tasty treat can help reduce inflammation and the appearance of wrinkles, too.


Naturally, there are ways to reduce sun damaged skin. Drinking plenty of water. Eating a diet rich in fruits, vegetables and omega 3 fatty acids, and applying a good quality hydrating, vitamin rich moisturizer or serum.

Since the protective ozone's in the statosphere are thinning, the sun is much more dangerous than it once was. There is no good or safe UV light. Ultraviolet radiation exposure will cause skin to wrinkle and cause other serious maladies. So, it is wise to reduce the amount of time you spend in the sun.

And always use sunscreen. Dermatologist Dr. Mitchel says, "If you don't wear sunscreen with SPF50 or more daily, nothing will help. And be careful, because products with very high SPF's often create a false sense of security.

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