Brown Spots – How To Stop Them?

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Have you noticed brown spots starting to develop on your face? I understand it might be very frustrating and disheartening to see such features starting to appear. Perhaps the only thing you could wish for is turn back time and go to the years when your face has been as vibrant as ever. However, brown spots are not only due to aging. There are causes, other than aging, which play a big role in the development of these brown spots.

What Are the Causes of Face Brown Spots?

Hormonal Changes. Our body contains a lot of hormones—and these hormones are responsible for many different functions of our body. These hormones are important for physical growth, development of sexual characteristics, and many other somatic functions. In fact, one of these hormones are also responsible for our complexion—that is melanin. Melanin is a key factor in determining our body complexion as well as eye color. Also, melanin is a primary cause for the development of brown spots on face. When there is an imbalance in the production of melanin, the possibility of developing these brown spots increases.

Exposure To UV Rays/Sunlight.  If your work requires you to stay out in the sun for a long period of time, or it is just your in your personality and recreational activity to do outdoor tasks, you are most likely to develop brown spots on face. We are all aware that the UV rays can be harmful to our skin in continued and prolonged exposure. As such, using coverings l(ike cap, long sleeves, visors etc.) can help avoid your skin from being damaged by sunlight.

Genetics/Heredity. Your DNA also plays a part in the development of brown spots on face. Thus, it may be inevitable for you to develop such spots because it is already in your blueprint.

Treatments for Brown Spots

Cosmetic Treatments. The use of cosmetic products can be beneficial if you want an economical way of getting rid of these brown spots on face. Make sure you look for products containing AHA (Alpha-Hydroxy-Acids) since these are effective exfoliants. These will peel of the dead skin cells including those discolored areas.

Retinoid Creams. Vitamin A or retinol is not only good for the eye but also for the skin complexion. One could make use of creams containing vitamin A to speed up the peeling process and promote a faster healing and growth of skin cells. As such, this is a good treatment for aging spots.

TCA or Trichloroacetic Acid. Cosmetologists and dermatologists are the ones who apply TCA to the skin of a person since this may be harmful when used incorrectly. These are applied on the skin cautiously to remove age spots.

Using the above treatments will definitely take a little longer than laser treatments or cryosurgery, however they do the job and are cost-effective.


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