Getting Rid of Age Spots on Face

 
As you get older, there is a good chance you will begin to notice age spots on your face. They often begin popping up after the age of forty. These spots are usually black or dark brown and they can also be found on other areas that are exposed to the sun, such as the chest, shoulders, arms and hands.

While age spots don’t pose any kind of medical problem, many people are unhappy with the way they look. Fortunately there are quite a few options to choose from, when it comes to getting rid of them. You can choose from professional cosmetic procedures to skin lightening creams or natural home treatments.

Professional Treatments for a Clear Complexion

 
age spots treatmentIf you prefer the idea of a professional treatment, rather than something you can do yourself at home, there are several options available to consider.

One of the most common treatments for age spots on face is the chemical peel. A chemical peel involves using acid to remove the top layers of skin, allowing for healthier new skin to take its place. It can take several chemical peels before the age spots will disappear entirely. There are over the counter chemical peels available, however these will only penetrate the first layer of skin. Stronger chemical peels are administered by dermatologists or plastic surgeons and they will penetrate much deeper, making them more effective.

Another treatment option is dermabrasion. Dermabrasion will involve removing the top layer of skin with the use of a rapidly rotating brush. The side effects that are associated with dermabrasion include redness, irritation and scabbing. This type of procedure is not recommended for severe skin discoloration.

Another way to get rid of age spots is by using liquid nitrogen and freezing them off. This procedure will work by destroying the pigment that turns the skin darker. After this procedure, once the skin has healed it should appear lighter. The only downside to this treatment is the possibility of scarring or permanent skin discoloration. The healing time can range from four to seven days, depending on the size of the area treated.

Laser therapy is a costly option for age spot treatment. This treatment will remove the damaged skin and allow new skin to take its place. These sessions will cost $200 to $600, with up to ten sessions needed.

Remember to keep in mind that cosmetic procedures for removing age spots, will not be covered by health insurance because they are not considered medically necessary.

Do Home Remedies Really Work on Age Spots?

 
There are many different home remedies that people have been using for years to naturally lighten age spots on both face and body using all sorts of common ingredients such as buttermilk, honey, yoghurt, tomatoes and lemons.

Up until recently, most people have believed that home solutions can only partially fade age spots, not get rid of them completely and that any results you do get take a long time to achieve. However in recent years new information has come to light which shows that you can actually totally reverse and completely get rid of common skin discoloration problems such as age spots, freckles, melasma, acne scars and hyperpigmentation, naturally in your own home without using expensive creams, lotions or cosmetic procedures.

Thousands of people have already used these home skin whitening techniques to completely get rid of their skin discoloration, with many people seeing visible results in just three days to two weeks. You can read more about it here.

With this method you will learn about how to solve your skin discoloration problems at their core. You will learn how you can change the way that your own pigmentation system works, so that your body will stop producing too much melanin, which causes all the discoloration problems we suffer from. Best of all, you will learn how you can do this quickly, easily and very inexpensively in the comfort of your own home.

You don’t have to put up with skin problems and you also don’t have to spend a fortune on harsh chemicals or cosmetic procedures, that can have damaging side effects.

 

 

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