Also known as dermatoheliosis, photoaging is a term used to describe the visible signs of aging attributable to chronic UV exposure from the sun. The signs can include fine lines, wrinkles and sagging skin, deep wrinkles around the eyes, mottled pigmentation, lentigines (“age spots”), rough, leathery texture of the skin, and spider veins or telangiectasias. These changes are often associated with chronologic aging (actual calendar age); however, up to 90% of the visible signs of aging can be attributed to the effects of chronic UV exposure.