Age Spots

Age spots (also called liver spots or solar lentigo) are collections of pigment caused by exposure to the sun. They also sometimes result from bruising that leaves blood pigments behind. They are most common in people over the age of 55.

Age spots commonly appear on the hands but can occur almost anywhere, especially sun-exposed areas such as the face, back, arms, feet, shoulders and face. Those who tan extensively will also have them over the shoulders, back, chest and many other areas of skin.

Whether you suffer from age spots on the face or hand, there are many creams for age spots & also on offer are serums for age spots on the face often containing vitamin C or alpha arbutin to brighten and lighten skin.