Do you have age spots as well?
As you’re getting older, your appearance starts to change. You get wrinkles, gravity starts to take its toll on certain parts of your body, and dark spots appear on your skin. Those spots are called age spots, or liver spots. They can appear on your face, on your legs, arms, shoulders, hands: anywhere on your body, really. (Check out the simple instruction VIDEO on the next page.)
Age spots are a form of hyperpigmentation.
This is common affliction in which an overproduction of melanin (a natural pigment inside the skin) causes dark spots and an uneven complexion. The spots aren’t dangerous, although it is important to keep an eye on them. Consult your GP when:
- Some spots are getting darker than others
- A dark circle appears around one (or more) of the spots
- They keep growing or start to get a reddish color
Go to the next page (button at the bottom of the page) and check out the video to find out how to reduce the spots. You only need one simple household ingredient!
DISCLAIMER: There is no guarantee your age spots will disappear completely. Also, results can vary from person to person.
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