Sun Spot Removal

Sun spots are the same thing as age spots and liver spots, it doesn't matter what you call them, they are unsightly and no one likes them. For most people they start to appear in your late 40's or early 50's, the are collections of melanin that have accumulated in the top layer of the skin.

Sun spots vary in size and they can cluster together making them seem even larger, and in most cases they are showcased with other signs of sun damage that include deep wrinkles, dry rough skin, fine red veins on your cheeks, nose and ears, and paper thin skin. There are things that you can do for sun spot removal.

Sun Spot Removal Treatments

• Bleaching creams

• Chemical peels

• Laser resurfacing

• Chemical Peels

• Photofacial/IPL treatments

The best treatment for sun spots is prevention. The key to preventing sun spots is to avoid the sun and use sunscreen every day.

All of these treatments can have side effects, so be sure to discuss them in advance with your doctor. Make sure your cosmetic surgeon is specially trained and experienced in the application you're considering.

If you are interested in sun spot removal you should contact a cosmetic surgeon in your area. Whether its sun spots treatment or another cosmetic procedure that you want to have done, there is a cosmetic surgeon in your area who can assist you today.

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