About liver spots

What are maturity spots‏ Maturity spots, often called liver spots, are flat brown skin discolorations often caused by solar damage. They generally appear after the age of 40, and may be related to sun exposure. They can be unsightly, and many people feel that these spots "advertise" their age.

How to remove age spots‏ Some kinds of bleaching creams can have an affect. Many people have good results with superficial facial peels, particularly when they want to improve the general appearance of their skin.

A new way to treat maturity spots is with laser technology.The laser technology uses a powerful beam of light that is absorbed by the darker, pigmented spot on the skin. That spot then "sloughs off," leaving fresh, healthy skin beneath. The laser technology does not damage the skin. The treatment is non-invasive, no needles, no cutting, no bruises.

Why is laser technology treatment a good way to remove maturity spots‏ The laser is highly selective; only the pigmented area is treated. The rest of the skin is untouched, unlike creams or peels.

IMPORTANT. Even though removing maturity spots may be a cosmetic issue, there are medical conditions that can cause brown spots. You need to make sure there are no other problems.

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