How to Remove Dark Spots Naturally 

  • By RenewAlliance, Inc.
  • 15 Jan, 2016

Freckles are cute when you’re four, but when you’re 40, dark spots on your face are far from desirable.

Age spots are a sign that toxic waste is accumulating inside your body and liver.
Age spots are a sign that toxic waste is accumulating inside your body and liver
Wrinkles are typically the sign of aging that bothers women most, but dark and age spots come in at a close second.

Age Spots , Dark Spots and Brown Spots, technically known as hyperpigmentation, are brown, gray, or black blemishes caused by exposure to ultraviolet radiation. Age spots, Dark Spots and Brown Spots go by many different names, including liver spots, sun spots, and solar lentigines, and they are common in adults over the age of 50. With so many different names to describe these undesirable spots, they all fall into the same category - hyperpigmentation.

According to the College of Dermatology, Hyperpigmentation is a common, usually harmless condition in which patches of skin become darker in color than the normal surrounding skin. This darkening occurs when an excess of melanin, the brown pigment that produces normal skin color, forms deposits in the skin. Hyperpigmentation can affect the skin color of people of any race.

What Causes Dark Spots?

Dark spots are a sign that toxic waste is accumulating inside your body and liver. The buildup of waste products is called lipofuscin accumulation, and it is a byproduct of free radical damage in your skin cells. Aging, stress, sun exposure, pollution, and pregnancy can all lead to free radical damage. 

Although dark spots frequently develop as a result of sun exposure, you can also get them from tanning beds and even overhead lighting. Younger people can also develop age spots, especially if they spend a lot of time in the sun. There are various factors that make you more susceptible to age spots, including the following:

  • Having a history of frequent or intense sun exposure
  • Having a history of frequent tanning bed usage
  • Having fair skin
  • Being over the age of 40
  • Genetic predisposition to age spots

Dark spots vary in size, ranging from the size of a freckle to more than a ½ inch in diameter. They typically appear on the face and the back of the hands. They may also appear on your shoulders, upper back, or forearms because those areas receive the most sun exposure. Age spots are the result of an excess production of melanin. 

Dark spots might be unattractive but they are usually harmless. Nevertheless, it is always a good idea to have any blemishes evaluated by a dermatologist just to be sure. Your doctor can diagnose age spots by looking at your skin. If your doctor is concerned that an age spot might be cancerous, he or she will likely perform a biopsy. 

How to Get Rid of all these undesirable Dark Spots and Hyperpigmentation.

The easiest way to maintain your skin’s youthful appearance is to prevent brown spots in the first place by avoiding sun exposure and using sunscreen on a regular basis. It’s best to stay out of the sun between 10am and 3pm because that’s when the sun’s rays are the strongest. 15 to 30 minutes before going outside, apply broad-spectrum sunscreen to protect your skin from UVA and UVB light and reapply it every two hours. Reapply sunscreen more frequently if you’re sweating or swimming.

If you already have brown spots, you may consider treating them to improve your appearance and enhance your self-esteem. Age and Brown spots aren’t dangerous and don’t cause any health issues, but many people prefer to remove them because of their unsightly appearance. Lasers can effectively get rid of dark spots, but the treatments are costly, running at anywhere from approximately $400 to $1500 a pop, and more than one treatment is needed to fully eliminate the brown spots. Bleaching creams that contain hydroquinone are also used to lighten dark spots but they can irritate the skin. These spot treatments may also create a halo effect that lightens the area around the age spot and make your skin more sensitive to UV damage.

Topical treatments are only a temporary solution – they do not address the root of the problem. The most effective way to treat brown and age spots is to limit the cellular damage that free radicals cause and control the excess production of melanin by taking a whitening supplement.

Fade and Remove Ugly Dark Brown Spots Naturally From  the Inside Out

Your skin’s appearance can impact your perceived age by as much as 20 years. If you’re looking for a natural way to improve the appearance of brown spots, consider using an intensive skin whitening supplement that fades dark spots from within. LAC Taut® Bright is a skin whitening supplement that combats the effects of aging and exposure to sunlight, stress, and pollution. It helps to fades dark spots while protecting against cellular damage. 
LAC Taut® Bright contains a powerful blend of antioxidants that helps remove age spots.
LAC Taut® Bright contains a powerful blend of antioxidants that helps remove age spots.
LAC Taut® Bright contains a powerful blend of L-Glutathione, Olive Leaf Extract, Artichoke Extract Powder and Alpha Lipoic Acid that helps remove toxic build up in our liver and body, suppresses melanin production and promotes skin lightening. It is also saturated with high amounts of antioxidants that protect the skin against sun and free radical damage. You can see skin brightening benefits in as little as two to four weeks of taking LAC Taut® Bright. 
LAC   Taut® Bright is suitable for adults of any age, skin type, or gender. For the best results, take two capsules of LAC Taut® Bright every day after a meal. The supplement is particularly effective when combined with Taut® Premium Collagen Supplement , which is a potent drink that boosts collagen production, eliminates fine lines and wrinkles, and firms the skin.
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