The UK is expected to revel in hot temperatures this weekend, weather forecasters have revealed.
There’s a 70 per cent chance of heatwave conditions between Friday and Tuesday, said the Met Office.
But heatwaves can be dangerous for some people, and may lead to sunburn.
One of the best ways to reverse sun-damaged skin is to use a loofah, according to dermatologist Dr Daniel Glass, from The Dermatology Clinic London (www.thedermatologyclinic.london).
The loofah can remove dead skin cells by exfoliating the skin, he said.
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After the skin has been exfoliated, newer skin cells replace sunburned cells, added Glass.
“Exfoliation can help to get rid of any damaged, excess epidermal cells that cause the appearance of dull, weathered skin,” he said.
“Loofahs, scrubs, alpha hydroxy acid cleansers, and home microdermabrasion kits can remove dead skin cells.
“Once the skin has been exfoliated, smoother, more toned skin cells can re-emerge.
“Effects can be further enhanced by replenishing the skin