Sun and age spots
Age spots, officially called seborrheic keratoses, are light to dark areas raised on the skin that can vary in size. They are made up of excess skin cells and clumping of melanin (the skin’s pigmentation). They can occur on the hands, face, shoulders, and any other parts of the body, not just areas exposed to the sun.
Nothing matches the confidence of having a clear, even skin tone and, in some cases, non-surgical treatments can be the optimal approach to renewing your complexion. Laser skin resurfacing is considered a highly effective way to reduce many universal skin concerns, including dark spots, old acne scars, sun damage, rough patches, and age spots, among other imperfections. With advanced aesthetic lasers, treatment can be tailored to your skin type and the severity of your concerns. Once your skin heals from laser resurfacing, patients typically report a softer, healthier, and more radiant skin tone overall.