These pesky brown or gray spots known as solar lentigines aren’t really caused by aging, though they do become more common as you get older. You get them from exposure to sunlight, which is why they tend to appear on your face, hands, and arms. You can try bleach creams, acid peels, and light-based treatments to fade them. See one of out dermatologist to rule out serious problems like melanoma or other types of skin cancer.
Special creams and peels can improve facial and body appearance by removing the top layer of the skin and help reduce the appearance of spots or blotches, creating skin with a more even color.
Light therapies, or photo rejuvenation therapies, set new standards for the treatment of skin conditions associated with aging and sun damage.