There’s nothing scary about having a few dark spots on your face, because that’s just your body telling you that you grow old. However, some of you can’t really cope with the age spots that appear on your face, hands, shoulders, arms and legs.
Try our natural trick, and get rid of your age spots for good. However, you have to be more informed about the root cause of their appearance.
Dark spots multiply due to excessive exposure to sunlight and UV rays (read tanning bed). The more you tan the faster melanin floods your skin. Yes, we know that you love your dark tan, but this habit can easily leave you with plenty of dark spots on your skin. Experts explain this as an “overactive melanin.”
Age spots can have a negative effect on your overall health. They don’t usually develop into cancer, but consider doing self-examinations to prevent any further complications. Look for the following changes:
- Consult your doctor if your dark spots become red or tender
- Check for any odd “borderline” around the spot
- Look for color changes, and pay special attention to the spots that are darker than the others
- Look for changes in growth and appearance
If you’re worried about your age spots, consult a dermatologist, and consider doing the “ABCDE’s of Melanoma” test.
Here’s a nice trick you should try:
Did you ever thought that a simple juice can help you treat your spots? All you need is two simple ingredients, and the following video will give you some detailed information.
Fresh onion juice is often used in the treatment of scars, because onions are rich in antioxidants that block free radicals.
Apple cider vinegar is rich in alpha hydroxyl acids that exfoliate skin and remove dead skin layer.
The combination of these two can do wonders for your skin.
Apple cider vinegar and onion juice remedy
Soak a cotton pad in the solution, and apply it on your spots. Do this every day for 2-4 weeks.
You will notice the first results within the first week of application, but use the solution until your spots disappear.
Take care of your skin, and spend less time in the sun. Don’t forget your sunscreen. Stay away from tanning beds, and consult your dermatologist regularly.