Effective skin treatments

against age spots or scars

What are the Symptoms of age spots?


Age spots typically develop in people with a fair complexion, but they can be seen in those with darker skin. Age spots:

 

-    are flat, oval areas of increased pigmentation (hyperpigmentation)

-    are usually (reddish) brown, black or grey

-    occur on skin that has had the most sun exposure over the years, such as your face, neck and décolletage, the back of your hands and top of your feet, your shoulders and upper back.

 

Age spots range from freckle-size to more than a centimetre across and can group together, making them more prominent. Age spots are usually harmless. However, your doctor should evaluate spots that are dark or have changed in appearance, because these changes can be signs of melanoma, a form of skin cancer. Do consult a doctor, if a spot or lesion:

 

-    is rapidly increasing in size

-    has an irregular edge

-    is accompanied by itching, redness, tenderness or bleeding

 

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How to recognize scars?


To repair damage done to the dermis (the ‘deepest’ skin layer), your body produces collagen fibres. Unfortunately, this ‘repair job’ may not end up as smooth and flawless as the surrounding skin. The new skin may look and feel different from the rest because of its different composition, the fact that it does not have the same blood flow and does not have hair follicles. The collagen fibres may also pile up, resulting in a raised scar. Should the wound have been so deep that for instance fats and muscles under the superficial part of the skin were also damaged, the scar can be indented.

 

 

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