Age spots

Age spots are small, flat dark areas of pigmentation on the skin. Age spots are caused by UV damage. If you are someone who is exposed to sunlight, sunbeds or tanning lamps you are at a higher risk of developing age spots. This is why it is extremely important to be wearing minimum SPF 50 at all times. Once an age spot is developed it can not fade on its own, this is the reason why people seek medical professionals advice.

Seeking medical professionals advise before treatment is super important due to some age spots potentially being harmful. If you unsure these are some of the signs to look out for:

Asymmetry – Asymmetrical shape

Border – Uneven or ragged borders

Colour – Uneven colour

Diameter – Larger than 6 mm

Evolution – Changes in size, shape, colour or elevation

Recommended Treatments:

  • Improves the appearance of Fine Lines and Wrinkles

  • Improves Elasticity and Firmness

  • Improves Skin Texture, resulting in even Tone and Vibrancy

  • Reduces the appearance of Brown Spots

  • Reduces Enlarged Pores

  • Deep cleanses Oily and Congested Skin