Treating Sun-Damaged or Photo-Aged Skin in New York City

Everyone loves sunshine, including us at Rejuve Clinic, but unfortunately long-term, unprotected sun exposure is known to age and damage the skin. Too much exposure to both UVA and UVB rays from the sun can lead to damaged skin and visible signs of aging and can make a person appear years older than he or she is.

Overexposure to UVB rays can damage DNA and cause skin cells in the epidermis, or top layer of the skin, to produce an abundance of melanin, causing freckles and dark spots, or age spots, to appear. Overtime, precancerous skin lesions or skin tumors can even develop. Overexposure to UVA rays can damage the dermis layer of the skin, or the layer of skin below the epidermis, and lead to a droopy skin appearance and broken capillaries, which are especially noticeable over the nose and cheek areas. Wrinkles and leathery texture are also signs of too much sun. Luckily, quality help is available in NY.

Our caring and skilled staff at Rejuve Clinic, NYC, offers a wide range of effective treatments to help reduce the appearance of sun-damaged skin and restore your natural beauty and exuberance.

Rejuve NYC Approach is All about You:

Sun Damage

At Rejuve Clinic, we begin every treatment with a consultation where we get to know you and your cosmetic expectations. We take a complete medical history which assists in determining the best treatment option. We will ask about any medical illnesses, previous skin treatments, medications, vitamins and allergies.

A physical examination of the area to be treated will be conducted next by a board certified doctor. Crucial for making sure a proper diagnosis is made, an exam also helps the medical staff to understand the cosmetic condition. With the diagnosis in hand, the treatment team will make a recommendation. During this consultation, you are encouraged to ask any questions you may have and express your concerns.

Our primary goal is a satisfying outcome.

Conditions from Sun-Damage that We Commonly See:


While wrinkles are a natural part of aging, too much sun exposure can give us too many too quick. The sun can damage the dermal layer of the skin, causing it to thin out and reduce the skin’s ability to maintain its structure. Sun exposure also dries out the skin, which also leads to sagginess and wrinkles. (Read More)

Sun Spots ( Actinic Keratosis) and Age Spots (Seborrhoeic Keratosis)

Sun Damage NYCThese are uneven, reddish-brown spots that appear on our skin from too much sun.Age spots form because the sun’s UV rays cause specific skin cells to produce too much of the pigment, melanin. Flat, brown patches, called Lentigo, can form on the face, as well as Liver Spots, which commonly show up on the hands and face. Read More.

Uneven Pigmentation

A generalized blotchy skin tone is one of the hallmark signs of aging and sun damage and a common condition we treat.While we offer many effective treatments, our first step is establish a proper diagnosis. While often benign, uneven pigmentation can sometimes be something more serious, like melanoma, a kind of skin cancer. Read More.

Broken Capillaries

These spider-like vessels are technically known as Telangrectasias.Broken Capillaries are not actually “broken,” but instead permanently dilated capillaries due to a weakened and diminished dermal skin layer. Read More.

Leather-like texture

Sun damage can lead to tough, thickened and alligator-like skin, especially in someone with a history of sunburns. The least invasive approach would include an effective exfoliation and moisturizer regime, but more invasive options are available. Read More.


Freckles are small, circular tan spots that appear in groups. While fair-skinned people tend to get more freckles, they can appear on anyone who has a lot of sun exposure. Read More.

Skin lesions and Benign Skin tumors

Our first goal at Rejuve Clinic is to properly diagnose your skin condition. While prolonged sun exposure can lead to many different types of skin lesions and benign tumors, we want to rule out more serious diagnoses, such as basil cell carcinomas or melanoma.

What We Offer: ARange of Treatments for Sun-Damaged Skin:

IPL Therapy or Photofacial

Photorejuvenation, or Intense Pulsed Light, is an effective and noninvasive way to have clearer skin and reduce acne and acne scars. Sunspots, age spots, freckles and broken capillaries may also be successfully treated with the IPL device which emits a range of light waves that target hemoglobin and melanin, the pigment in spots, freckles and blackheads. Read More.

Photodynamic Facial or Blue Light Treatment

This treatment may be very effective for improving the face’s appearance. Your skin is coated with Levulan, a solution that makes the target cells more susceptible to light. The results are clearer, smoother and younger-looking skin.Read More.

Fractional CO2

Recently rated the best, long-term skin rejuvenation tool, Fractional CO2 skin resurfacing provides the most results in one treatment. While this treatment is more intense and requires more healing time, it results in significant, long-term and noticeable improvement.

Fraxel Dual Laser

A highly popular and noninvasive treatment, microscopic beams are applied to the skin and penetrate deep to stimulate the body’s natural collagen-boosting production and creates healthier and younger-looking skin.Read More.

Chemical Peels

A Chemical Peel is a great first step for treating hyperpigmentation and other skin conditions. The procedure involves apply an antioxidant-rich chemical solution to remove damaged, outer, layers of skin. Offering superficial to deep penetration options, Rejuve Clinic tailors the treatment to your desires. Results are less blotchiness, reduced pigmentation and younger-looking skin.Read More.

Age Management

Everyone ages, but some age better than others. The staff at Rejuve Clinic wants to help you have the healthiest life possible and age gracefully at the same time. We offer consultations on healthy lifestyle tips, sun protection and diet recommendations as well as moisturizer tips and more

Call Our Manhattan Location Today!

Our trained experts always place you first. We take the time to understand your unique skincare needs and work with you as a team for a satisfying outcome. Call today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.