Aging is part of life. And so are the wrinkles that come with age. Unfortunately, there’s little we can do to prevent wrinkles. But there are many things we can do to help reduce their appearance. And understanding what causes them in the first place, is the most important. (Find out more... )
Anti-Spot & Lightening
Age spots (also known as liver spots or solar lentigo) are brown, usually harmless discolorations of the skin caused by prolonged and repeated exposure to sunlight. They are most common in people over the age of 40 and usually appear on sun-exposed areas such as the face, neckline, arms, shoulders and hands.
Although generally benign, brown spots are considered unsightly and tend to make the skin look older. Not great if you want to look and feel as young as possible. (Find out more... )
Sun Skin Care
Who can resist the sense of well-being that comes with exposure to the hot summer sun. Even in the dead of winter, the sun warms the body and soul, bringing back childhood memories of vacations spent playing in the sand—without sunscreen!
Although it can be a source of pleasure—and vitamin D, which promotes the absorption of calcium—the sun also has harmful effects. From painful sunburns to age spots, deep wrinkles and even cancerous tumors, the sun’s effects worsen over time.
You’re likely familiar with two of the more common sun-induced changes to your skin—suntan and sunburn. But what you may not know is that darkening and reddening of the skin are among the first signs of skin damage. (Find out more... )