FutureSkin DNA

Sun Damage and Pigmentation

UVA and UVB rays emitted by the sun are one of the most significant causes of premature skin ageing. Even a few minutes a day of sunlight can add up to a huge amount of sun exposure, causing damage to your skin whether you are aware of it or not. The effects of UV exposure may be worse than you think, including damage to your skin's DNA, the impairment of your collagen and elastin structure, inflammation, oxidation, a thickening of the skin, the profound loss of firmness and natural radiance, and - of course - a variety of skin cancers.

The most effective anti-ageing skin care regime will include a high SPF sunscreen, however your genetic makeup also affects substantially how your skin reacts to, and protects itself from, UV sun damage. Your FutureSkin DNA Analysis will reveal a vast amount of vital information based on your genetic disposition, including melanin production factors, your skin's ability to repair itself from UV damage, and natural antioxidant activity levels. With this information, you can alter your skin care regimen to protect you more effectively from further UV damage whilst repairing past damage.

Visible Signs

  • Blemishes and Freckles
  • Pigmentation
  • Uneven Skin Texture
  • Redness
  • Broken Capillaries
  • Thinning Skin & Fine Lines
  • Rough Surface Area

Internal Signs

  • UV Radical Damage
  • DNA Damage
  • Irregular Cellular Function
  • Increased Mitochondrial Damage
  • Irregular Melanin Production

Products to help prevent and treat sun damage and pigmentation

Protecting against future sun damage is only half the battle! These multifunctional products play several roles, providing both UV and antioxidant protection whilst helping repair past sun damage.

The active ingredients we recommend were all chosen because of their proven results on particular skin concerns. However, as they are all extremely effective, you do not have to use every one of them. Additionally, we tend to include a few other products shown to increase the efficacy of your treatment that may not necessarily include your target ingredients.