Sun spots


angelaj20
on Aug 02, 2015 @ 07:55 pm

Through the years, I ignored putting SPF on my face. Now I'm passing the price :-( I have tons of sun spots all over my face. It looks horrible! I now have to wear heavy foundation to cover them all up. Are there any products that you've had success with to help diminish their appearance? THANKS!
 


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fredamans
. on Aug 03, 2015 @ 01:40 pm

Get a bottle of hyraluronic acid. You can get it at Well.ca or Amazon. It's concentrated Vitamins for your complexion. I swear by it.
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cgreen
sun spots on Aug 05, 2015 @ 02:11 pm

Honestly go in for a facials theres many ways to help sunspots and they can give you the best advice.
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Kate_fitbee
Medi-Spa and Holistic Skincare on Aug 11, 2015 @ 09:56 am

I agree, there are facials that combat dark spots, especially medi-facials.


My mom has severe sunspots for the same reason – years of
unprotected sun exposure. I went with
her to see a doctor at a medi-spa, and they offered a variety of treatments but
only after the sunspots were deemed non-malignant. As these medi-facials are for
cosmetic purposes only. The treatment my
mom went forward with were called photofacials using an IPL laser. And for the stubborn sunspots, a Q-switched laser
called (ND Yag) was used. Her skin tone
has evened out, and age spots are lightened.
She then saw my Naturopathic Doctor, for a holistic skin rejuvenation
program, that incorporates specific herbs, nutrition, acupuncture, and topicals to
optimize the health of her skin, and protect it from future UV damage.


My mom was told that the sunspots will reappear, if you do
not maintain your results with proper home skin care and sun protection. So far, her skin looks amazing even after 3
years, thanks to the medi-spa and the naturopath!



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jmaxwell10
At home solution? on Aug 12, 2015 @ 02:56 pm

If you're looking for something you can do easily at home I've had great success with Mary Kay's Even Complexion Essence Cream and the Dark Spot reducer. AND I recently fell in love with the Complexion Corrector Cream with SPF 15 in it (it's like tinted moisturizer but addresses the redness and some pigmentation on the face while it lightly protects my skin from further damage). If you don't have Consultant and want to try it out (risk free BTW) You can find a consultant near you by going to www.marykay.ca. (Yes, I am a Consultant, but was a client who found skin care success here where I hadn't elsewhere! I was tired of wasting money trying what didn't work.)
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Angelwingsx2
Sun Spots on Aug 19, 2015 @ 08:13 pm

I find that Zax's Dark Spot Corrector is really good.They also have one out for Dark Circles around the eye area.The one for Dark Spot Corrector sells for $25.00.It is in a fair size tube.I like it and it works for me.It took about three weeks before I started to see any difference,you have to have patience.
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snazzytank
Sun Spots on Aug 20, 2015 @ 12:29 pm

I have also tried Zax's Dark Spot Corrector Cream -- with minimal improvement. Personally I found La Roche Posay Pigmentclar gave me much better results with the lightening of my sun spots. After 2 weeks I noticed improvement and after 6 weeks there was a very noticeable improvement with both my spots and overall skin tone eveneing. It is available at most Drugstores too. Good Luck!
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