The number of older women who regularly go tanning, whether at the beach or artificially, has grown exponentially over the years. As a dermatologist, Dr. Ruth Treiber MD, of Ruth Treiber Dermatology is often asked about the good and bad in regards to tanning. A common issue for tanned women is the use of topical antioxidants for wrinkles. Dr. Ruth Treiber finds it imperative to educate her patients about the amount of oxidation damage they are doing to their skin, just by tanning! It overshadows any benefits they may achieve through the use of topical antioxidant creams.
For those men & women concerned with wrinkles, brown discolorations and other signs of aging skin, any over exposure to the sun and its harmful UV rays, can harm you. Dr. Ruth Treiber recommends her patients avoid any exposure to the sun, without proper sunscreen and other forms of sun protection.
As the most prominent dermatologist Rye, New York has to offer, Dr. Ruth Treiber feels somewhat obligated keep patients informed on the issues behind topical antioxidant wrinkle cream use. Considering many of these creams are quite expensive Ruth Treiber recommends patients avoid them entirely and contact Treiber Dermatology and find other options to resolve their skin issues.