Age Spots are flat, brown, black or yellow spots that appear mainly on the neck, hands and face. They vary in size and start to appear once people hit 40, but, younger people can get them too, especially if they spend a lot of time in the sun.
The condition refers to changes in skin colour due to ageing, exposure to the sun or other sources of ultraviolet light, or causes that are not known. Age Spots are also called Liver Spots (even though have nothing to do with the liver function), Solar Lentigines and Lentigo Senilis.
Treatment of Age Spots
Preventing Age Spots by avoiding the sun and using sunscreen is the best way to maintain your skin young and fresh. Unless you wear a broad spectrum sunscreen every day, rain or shine, you’ll be looking at new age spots no matter how often you visit the dermatologist. In addition to wearing sunscreen, you can prevent sun damage to your skin by wearing protective clothing such as light, long-sleeved tops and sun-hats.
Although Age Spots can look like cancerous growths, they are harmless and need no treatment. However, despite being a benign condition, Age Spots are sometimes considered unsightly and some people choose to have them removed for cosmetic reasons.
The most effective treatments to remove Age Spots are:
For more information about treatment for age spots in London contact us
- Aktinic keratosis (rough skin lesions usually on head, neck, arms and hands due to sun damage)
- Fungal infections (skin, scalp, nails)
- Hair problems (hair loss, hair shedding, unwanted hair, flaky scalp)
- Hirsutism and hypertrichosis (excessive hair growth)
- Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
- Light sensitivity (polymorphic light eruption, lupus erythematosus)
- Lumps and bumps (skin tags, warty lesions, cysts)
- Milia (milk spots)
- Nail problems (fungal infections, abnormal looking or discoloured nails)
- Pityriasis versicolor (yeast skin infection)
- Skin cancer (bowen’s disease, basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma)
- Tinea (fungal skin or nail infection)
- Urticaria (itchy weals)
- Verrucas (viral warts)
- Viral skin infections (herpes simplex virus, herpes zoster virus, “shingles”)
- Vulval problems (itching, soreness, eczema, psoriasis, lichen planus, lichen sclerosus)
- Warts (viral and seborrhoeic)
|Size||Examples of popular combinations||Full price||25% OFF|
|S||Bikini + underarms||£132||£99||S/M||Bikini + underarms + navel line + nipples||£172||£129||M||Full legs||£252||£189||L||Full legs + underarms +bikini||£312||£234||XL||Legs + Underarms + bikini + arms||£396||£297||XXL||Legs + arms + bikini+ underarms + buttocks||£448||£336||Full Body 1||Bikini + underarms + arms + legs + buttocks + face||£492||£369||Full Body 2||All areas for a complete laser hair removal||£532||£399|
The above are examples of popular combinations, for detailed prices look below or call 0207 607 5111
|Size||Description||Full price||25% OFF|
|Face (any area or all)||£132||£99||S||Bikini + underarms||£132||£99||S||Lower legs||£132||£99||S||Upper lip + Chin||£132||£99||S/M||Bikini + underarms + navel + nipples||£172||£129||S/M||Face + back of the neck||£172||£129||S/M||Upper lip + underarms + bikini||£172||£129||S/M||Thighs||£172||£129||S/M||Face + underarms||£172||£129||M||Full legs||£252||£189||M||Back + shoulders||£252||£189||M||Arms (any part or all)||£252||£189||M||Underarms + bikini + lower legs||£252||£189||M||Face + bikini||£252||£189||L||Legs + underarms + bikini||£312||£234||L||Back + shoulders + upper arms||£312||£234||XL||Legs + underarms + bikini + arms||£396||£297||XL||Back + shoulders + full arms||£396||£297||XXL||Legs + arms + bikini + underarms + buttocks||£448||£336||XXL||Legs + arms + bikini + underarms + lower back||£448||£336||XXL||Back + shoulders + half arms + chest + abs||£448||£336||Full Body 1||Bikini + underarms + arms + legs + buttocks + face||£492||£369||Full Body 1||Chest + abs + back + arms + face + neck||£492||£369||Full Body 2||All areas for a complete laser hair removal||£532||£399|
Dermatology follow up: £190
Dermatology procedures at the hospital: £600 to £1000
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Revlite or Regenlite Facial
|£150||Revlite or Regenlite Facial + Peel + LED||£197||Revlite Nevus of Ota||£150||Revlite body hair bleaching||Price per session||Small (e.g: upper arms)||£132||Medium (e.g: full back)||£252||Large (e.g: full back +upper arms)||£312||XL (full back + full arms)||£396||XXL (full back +full front + upper arms||£448|
|Venous lake||£197||Cherry Angiomas||£197|
|EndyMed||Single session||25% off|
Fractional Skin Resurfacing
|Electrolysis||Single session||Discount 25% off|
|Hair||£129||£97||Millia or skin tags||£150||—|
We specialise in genital warts and treat all others types also except plantar warts (verrucas)
Before the laser treatment a letter of diagnosis from a GP or a Dermatologist is needed.
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