My mum has these sun spots on her face and is wondering how to get rid of them. Please help!
John Plunkett’s Sunspot Cream has been around for decades - I remember my Grandmother used to use it.
Has you Mum had them checked out by a Doctor first to ensure they are not cancerous? I think that should be her first step.
I believe should could try Bio Oil as well.
Thanks for your comment! I'll look into that cream!
I'm pretty sure its just a result of hyperpigmentation and aging
Speaking of bio oil, i've been using it for some of my acne scars, for a couple of weeks. Does it actually work in fading scars?
My first advice would be to get checked out by a dermatologist, wouldn't want them to be anything sinister.
I would then try a retinol cream, which I'd get the dermatologist to prescribe while I was there. Two birds with one stone.
Thanks for you're recommendation! I'll look into it :D
thanks for sharing
I too have sun spots appearing now that I am getting a bit older.
I have tried just about everything to fade these tiresome spots, but so far, nothing has worked.
I have been told by a beauty therapist that about the only thing to fade them is Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment.
However, this is a bit expensive for me!!
Thanks for your advice! haha, yea, I think i'll look into cheaper alternatives for now.
Also, may I ask at what age you started getting sun spots, and did you use much sun protection when you were younger?
I have been noticing heaps on my hands and face. Just wondering if anyone's been to a dermatologist or have had results using the IPL? :)
Had no idea until I read your post! Great points in the article as well!
Vitamin C serums or Vitamin A serums works well. they are awesome.
I have a few tiny ones :(
My skin specialist appointment is today and I get him to deal with my sun spots. He's hard to get in to see (popular?!) so I only see him around once a year. In between seeing him I find that using SPF for prevention to help and I especially find the Dermalogica range Pure with their high SPF, great serum and lovely night cream a huge help to control things. It's not cheap these little sun spots!! ; /
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