Age Spots Are Only For Old People-Not Always!
You don’t have to be a grandparent to have age spots…
What are age spots? Age spots, also commonly referred to as liver spots, or senile or solar lentigines, are hyperpigmentation of the skin. They are flat, tan or black spots that usually develop on skin and are located at areas that get the most amount of sun. While age spots frequently form on adults over 50 years old, they can also be found on younger people, if they spend a lot of time under the sun without sun protection.
Causes of age spots include getting excessive amount of sun as well as ultraviolet light exposure, like tanning beds. These spots are result of melanin pigment buildup and are one of the main signs of aging caused by sun damage (others are wrinkles, sagging skin, etc.) While many believe that these spots naturally occur by age, a vast majority of it is contributed by excessive sun exposure.
Age spots are usually harmless but they can be quite unsightly. There are many over the counter products that claim to reduce the discoloration using collagen builders. These are often expensive and unfortunately, they don’t really work well. Another treatment option is to get them burned off by expensive, harsh lasers which can cost anywhere from $400 to $1500 for one session. Not only do they burn a hole on your pocket but the procedure also leaves patients with a scab as it heals!
Understanding every woman’s need to enjoy clear, even skin tone no matter what age she is, Dr. Joel Studin, creator of effective scar treatment product, Scarguard, developed skin discoloration treatment, Scarlight that lightens and fades age and dark spots, freckles, under-eye circles and melasma.
Scarlight uses a proprietary blend of multiple lighteners. The combination of dermatological and homeopatic ingredients has been engineered to act synergistically to lighten skin discolorations. We know of no other OTC product that is more powerful or effective for fading dark, brownish discolorations.
Scarlight is used by dermatologists and plastic surgeons nationwide and is available without a prescription at your doctors office, directly through the Scarguard website, and in select pharmacies.
If you’ve tried all means to get rid of discolorations and have been disappointed, we encourage you to give this amazing product a try, you wont regret it!