No matter how many anti-aging products you use, age spots can still show up. We answer all your questions about home remedies and removal in our age spots quiz.
Age spots tend to appear during your:
The areas of the body which are most prone to age spots are:
- The hands and face.
- The hamstrings and stomach.
- The ears and elbows.
There is no way to prevent age spots.
Age spots are formed on which layers of skin:
- The middle layers.
- The bottom layers.
- The outermost layers.
One method of treating age spots involves freezing the top layer of skin.
Other treatments involve the use of:
- Ordinary bleach.
- Extremely coarse sandpaper.
Chemical peels cannot remove age spots.
Liquid nitrogen removes age spots by:
- Creating a white scab over the darkened areas.
- Destroying any living cells.
- Destroying the pigment that turns your skin darker.
Dermabrasion treatment is like using a soldering iron on your face.
The best way to determine if age spots are cancerous is to:
- Test them at home with iodine.
- Wait and see if they grow larger than a nickel.
- Have a doctor look at them.