Age spots and brown spots (also called Pigmented patches) usually appear later in life and can occur in all skin types. They are collections of the skin pigment or melanin which accumulate on the top layer of the skin and are usually found on the face, hands, décolletage and any part of the body that has been regularly exposed to the sun.
Am I suitable?
A qualified and experienced practitioner will be able to determine which course of treatment or which combination of treatments would be best.
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What do I have to do to prepare?
Remember: when dealing with any suspicious spots, moles or discolourations of the skin it is crucial that a GP checks for skin cancer before embarking on treatment.
What about after?
To prevent reoccurrence of the problem it is important to wear high factor sunscreen at all times.
What will it cost me?
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