Many guys struggle with sunspots on their faces as they age. Sunspots, age spots, liver spots—no matter which name they go by, all you know is that you want those flat, dark spots on your face gone. Caused by cumulative sun exposure over time, sunspots are, fortunately, harmless.
Age spots also known as sun spots are small areas of discolouration hyperpigmentation that frequently appear on the face, hands and other parts of the body regularly exposed to the sun. This article looks at what causes them and explains what you can do to help prevent them from forming. We also look at the steps you can take to reduce dark spots once they have formed.
When it comes to dark spot treatmentsthere are so many options out there that it can be hard to know where to start. What ingredients should you look for? And most importantly, which ones will get rid of dark spots for good?
Are sunspots stopping you from stepping out into the sun? They can be really difficult to cover up, and if you are not a fan of makeup, these spots can easily ruin your look. Worry not.
Despite the use of sun protection and having caution, sometimes we cannot prevent sunspots from appearing on the cheeks, forehead, or upper lip. It is because other factors come into play, such as age or genetic factors. In most cases, these sunspots pose only as an aesthetic problemespecially when they appear at some visible point on the body or face.
Do you struggle with brown spots on your face? Are you tired of trying to cover them with makeup? Two conditions, melasma and sun damage, are often confused with one another because they look a lot alike.
With age frequently comes wisdom, grace, laugh lines …and pigmented marks on your skin. Age spots are extremely common and do often increase with, well, age. You already know the importance of sunscreen yes, for every skin type.
Paul had a sunspot removed with liquid nitrogen. This is what he learned about the procedure. Over the past few years, I noticed that a little dark spot on my face had grown to about the size of a dime. In some ways, it resembled a giant freckle.