Age spots, sun spots, or liver spots affect any part of your body exposed to the sun’s ultraviolet radiation, and they increase with age. You may now notice sun damage surfacing that you acquired when you were 17.
When your skin is exposed to UV rays, it produces more melanin (pigment) to protect the deeper layers. The more sun your skin gets, the darker the pigment becomes. You may remember to put sunscreen on your face but don’t forget your hands. When combined with daily washing, your hands are vulnerable to harmful rays.
WHAT CAN BE DONE?
How to Get Rid of Sun Spots?
It’s essential to make a daily habit of applying sunscreen to your hands, arms, face, and body to prevent further sun damage. Re-apply when needed. We recommend using a zinc oxide-based sunblock, as it has the broadest UVA and UVB coverage.
To help reduce sunspots, we offer laser and light-based treatments and lightening creams. The creams are better if your skin tone is fair-coloured.
HALO™ Hybrid Fractional Laser
Halo Laser is the world’s first hybrid fractional laser, which targets several concerns including sunspots.Learn more
IPL Photo Rejuvenation
The IPL treatment evens your skin tone, removes brown spots, and sunspots resulting in a reduction of fine lines and wrinkles.Learn more
Forever Young BBL™
Forever Young BBL can treat most areas of the body for the appearance of premature aging and sunspots.Learn more
SkincCuticals Discolouration Defense
High-potency serum reduces hyperpigmentation including melasma, acne scarring, and sun damage. Great for all skin types.Buy Now
SkinMedica Lytera 2.0
This SkinMedica product is formulated to lighten the appearance of stubborn skin discolouration, while optimizing results of treatments like chemical peels.Buy Now
ZO Multi-Therapy Hydroquinone Program Kit
A highly potent bleaching solution that gradually lightens and inhibits hyperpigmentation by sun damage and aging skin.Buy Now