Dark Spots

Dark Spots refer to areas of hyperpigmentation on the skin, often caused by sun exposure, hormonal changes, or inflammation. They appear as flat, discolored patches that are darker than the surrounding skin. These spots can be found on the face, hands, arms, and other sun-exposed areas. Dark spots can be a result of age-related skin changes, acne scars, or melasma. They are a common concern for individuals seeking to achieve a more even skin tone and complexion.

More about Dark Spots

Dark spots, also known as hyperpigmentation, can be caused by various factors, including:

  • Sun exposure
  • Hormonal changes
  • Inflammation
  • Age-related skin changes
  • Acne scars
  • Melasma

These discolorations can vary in size and intensity, and may require different treatment approaches. Prevention and management of dark spots often involve the use of topical treatments, such as skin-lightening agents, exfoliants, and sunscreen. In severe cases, professional dermatological procedures like chemical peels and laser therapy may be recommended to reduce the appearance of dark spots.