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Woman applying sunscreen to her face

The sun can damage your skin even in the winter, in shaded areas, and on cool days. If you don’t use sunscreen yearlong, you’re at a much higher risk of suffering from sun damage. Unprotected, prolonged, and excessive sun exposure causes sun damage, and results in sunburns, wrinkles, freckles, skin discoloration, and skin cancer. You should wear sunscreen daily and talk to your dermatologist to lower your risk of sun damage.

Your skin can become damaged via harmful UV rays from the sun, tanning beds, and tanning lamps. If you have a family history of skin cancer, you’re at a higher risk of developing it and must minimize your sun exposure to protect yourself. You should wear at least SPF 30 sunscreen daily, and visit your dermatologist regularly for skin cancer screenings.

If you’re suffering from sun damage and want information about skin cancer screenings or anti-aging treatments in Salt Lake City, visit us at Swinyer-Woseth Dermatology. Our dermatologists have extensive experience in diagnosing and treating skin cancer. They can also recommend the best sunscreens, skincare products, and anti-aging treatments to combat or prevent sun damage. To schedule a dermatology consultation, call us today at 801-266-8841.