Age Spots


Age spots are often known as sun spots and are described as small discolored areas that can appear on the face or other parts of the body which are exposed to the sun. They are often caused by the increased production of melanin, a pigment that gives our skin its color. Excessive exposure to the sun can cause our bodies to increase melanin production, and it’s often more common in people who are over the age of 40, hence the name “age spots.”

Common treatments for age spots involve creams and anti-pigment products, but a more effective solution would be dermatological treatments we can provide in a professional setting. If you’d like to book a consultation to see if we have a suitable age spot treatment for your needs, don’t hesitate to contact us to speak with one of our friendly advisers who can guide you further.

What Age Spot Treatments Are Available?

There are a number of treatments available for treating age spots. However, the two most common ones are chemical peels and laser therapy.

  • Chemical peels focus on placing a chemical solution to the face, neck, or hands to remove dead skin cells in order to stimulate the production of newer skin. This is a common procedure that is quick and simple but may only offer temporary relief.

Both these procedures are safe and suitable for the removal of age spots. The ideal treatment will depend on the type of skin you have as well as other external factors that could affect the outcome. The best way to see which procedure is best for you is to book a consultation with us so we can examine your personal situation, so contact us today and we’d be happy to help you.

The Ideal Candidate for Age Spot Treatment

Age spot treatments are ideal for anyone that wants to remove their age spots. This can provide your skin with a much smoother complexion and is ideal to create clearer, more beautiful skin. While chemical peels and laser therapy are the ideal procedures for effective age spot removal, there are also other methods such as advanced skin care routines and microdermabrasion which could be suitable for your skin type.

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If you’d like to learn more about age spot treatments, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today. We’ll provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision regarding age spot treatments and professional consultation from us will help you understand the process from start to finish.

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