Age spots and dark marks
Patients frequently ask their dermatologist how to get rid of age spots or dark marks on their skin. Here’s what you need to know to treat them safely.
Do you ever look in the mirror and wish that your face had a more even skin tone? If you answered yes, you may want to consider microdermabrasion.
Microdermabrasion is very popular. To help you decide if it is right for you, the AAD offers the following information.
To protect your health and find out what results you want, a dermatologist always offers a consultation before performing microdermabrasion. Learn what to ask and what to gather before having this treatment.
A skin lightener can fade — or even clear — dark spots and patches on your skin, but some come with serious health risks.
What patients ask
A board-certified dermatologist explains how to get rid of age spots.
A board-certified dermatologist explains how to keep hands looking youthful and free from age spots.
Board-certified dermatologist Ivy Lee, MD, FAAD, explains what causes age spots.