Sunspots, also known as liver spots or solar lentigines, are very common. Anyone can get sunspots, but they are more common in people with fair skin and those older than 40. They are flat brown spots that develop on the skin after sun exposure (during which, UV radiation causes pigmented skin cells called melanocytes to multiply). They vary in shape and size and usually occur on the areas of your body that have had the most sun exposure, such as your face, shoulders, forearms, and backs of your hands. True sunspots are harmless and noncancerous but can be treated for cosmetic purposes.
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For up to medium-depth spot removal, chemical peels including trichloroacetic acid (TCA) or glycolic acid superficially injure the skin to provoke a wound-healing response that expels dark pigment. For newish sun spots on very pale complexions, says Dangene, who offers the treatments at her Institute of Skinovation clinic in Manhattan, “we can eliminate the whole problem in a single TCA treatment.” Most clients, however, can expect to schedule an initial series of three to four appointments, and, for maintenance, one to two follow-ups each year, she says.
If you’re careful about limiting your sun exposure, “you will never have a brown spot [to begin with],” says Dangene. Regular sunscreen application and reasonable skin coverage in strong sunlight will help ward off future discolorations, too. Waibel suggests a preventative daily routine that includes applying a broad-spectrum sunscreen in SPF 30 or higher in the morning.
A 2017 laboratory study investigated the anti-aging skin effects of six different plant species that people commonly use in African folk medicine. In this study, Haloxylon articulatum, locally known as “Remeth,” had the greatest effect on reducing tyrosinase activity.Cleome arabica, locally known as “Mnitna,” was also able to block tyrosinase activity but not as effectively as H. articulatum. The researchers concluded that both products may be effective natural skin-lightening agents. However, further studies involving human participants are necessary to confirm these effects.
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