All that sun exposure is damaging your skin!
Do the age spots that plague your face irritate you? Do they ruin every makeup look you try on? Are you over just accepting your age spots as they come?
Age spots bother at least 36% of women. But those dark spot don’t just appear with age! Age spots are a result of excessive exposure to UV rays from the sun!
Thankfully, there is a way to fade their appearance and give you back the spotless skin you used to have!
You won’t believe how clear your skin looks!
Everything you need to know
About battling age spots!
Age spots due to excess melanin production, that occurs from sun damage
Age spots appear where you receive the most sun exposure. This includes your face, hands, shoulders, upper back and forearms.
Age spots affect people of all races, sexes and ages. But you’re more likely to get it if you have fair skin, are older than 40 years old or expose your self to UV light regularly.
Age spots range from light brown to black in colour. They also have the same texture as the rest of your skin.
Unlike sunspots, age spots don’t pose a threat to your life, but can be incredibly unsightly and difficult to cover-up.
You deserve clear & spotless skin, so why wait until it’s damaged beyond repair?
Discover the secret behind every woman’s flawless skin fantasy!
Learn more about our skin treatments
Our variety of treatments effectively lightens your age spots, giving you the flawless skin you’ve always wanted!
You’ll be so mad that you missed out on this opportunity!
Why our treatments are ideal for getting rid of your age spots
Due to the effectiveness of our treatments, you’ll start seeing results very quickly.
Because these treatments are non-surgical, you don’t experience any downtime, allowing you to resume your daily activities immediately after.
Our assortment of age spot removal treatments work not only to remove these dark pigments on your skin, but also work to tighten your skin, providing you with an all-encompassing treatment.
Age spots are the flat brown, black or yellow spots that appear on the neck, hands, face and other parts of the body.
Age spots are mostly caused by exposure to UV light, over a long period of time.
The best way to prevent age spots is to make sure you wear sunscreen on any part of the body (especially your face) that is exposed to the sun, every day.
Age spots are harmless, but do however signal that your skin has suffered from sun damage due to long-term exposure to the sun.
Age spots can be lightened or removed using certain treatments.