Age spots and Natural Care

Age spots and sun spots have a similar appearance to them and are to be avoided because they are considered a sign of aging. Anything from a large brown spot to a freckle-like appearance may be the result you see on your skin anywhere on your body. These spots, whatever their names are can be called sun spots since they are all a result of the sun causing stress to the skin. Sun spots can be brown or even white, signalling your need to protect yourself from overexposure. Natural care and sun protection will decrease some age spots over time and others instantly.

Sun spot treatments; the truth about age spots

You will see these commonly in areas that receive sun exposure. Your forearms, face and shoulders and the places you are most likely to find these spots. As unappealing as they may appear, stay indoors for a while and use organic skincare to repair the damage. These spots should disappear withing a few weeks to a month. Sun spots are really not “age” spots at all-rather an indicator that you need to take better care of your skin- and anyone can get them. Hyper pigmentation in the manifestation of sun spots is easily treated with algae extracts for immediate skin toning. To protect yourself from sun spots regularly, apply seaweed extract to the exposed areas before going into the sun. For other immediate sun spot treatments, use skin brushing to remove the layer of dead skin cells that make the sun spots look more dramatic. As your skin heals, it changes itself by renewal. If the dead skin cells from the preexisting damage are still around, it will make age spots more prominent. You can literally brush and exfoliate away age spots if you are gentle and use moisturizers afterward. Some will need more treatment than others, like your forearms.



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Rachel is a cat mama, humble homemaker and environmentalist. She is a natural activist, healer and earth lover. Her work is to advocate healthy, natural living for all animals-including humans.
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