Ages spots are small, flat dark patches on the skin. Age spots are a result of the body producing excess melanin. Melanin is the pigment that gives skin its colour. They come in a variety of sizes and generally occur on sun-exposed regions including the face, hands, shoulders, and arms.
Sunspots, liver spots, and solar lentigines are all terms for age spots. Adults over the age of 50 are more likely to get age spots, although younger people can develop them if they spend too much time in the sun. True age spots generally do not require treatment, but they are a symptom of excessive sun exposure and your skin’s effort to protect itself from more sun damage. They might be lightened or eliminated for aesthetic purposes.
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