How to Remove Sun Spots
28 Mai 2014
As you age, sun spots become more noticeable and less treatable, which is why it’s crucial to take care of them as soon as they pop up. Prevention is also key, since this would eliminate the sun spots before they even pop up. Here are some helpful tips to prevent and remove sun spots from your skin.
Preventing sun spots. First off, make sure you are wearing sunscreen at all times. Cloudy days can still allow for bursts of sun that can damage sensitive skin. A daily moisturizer with SPF 30+ works for most women, but for those with fair or sensitive skin, try something with a higher SPF and more protection. Applying sunscreen, especially to you face, will help to reduce the chances of sun spots appearing.
When you do get a little sun, like a burn, take care of it to prevent spots from forming. Aloe has remarkable naturally healing properties and can work to reduce the appearance of sun spots.
Removing sun spots. The first step to remove sun spots is to exfoliate more often. Shinso Glow works to exfoliate the outer, dead layers of your skin, revealing smooth skin. When these old skin cells are not removed, they will hinder your skin’s renewal and regeneration, giving rise to various skin problems such as dull skin tone and noticeable sun spots. Glow leaves skin refreshed and glowing. As an added bonus, Shinso Glow is oil, chemical, fragrance free, and paraben free.
Keep your skin moisturized by using a tone-correcting serum or moisturizer- which can be found in drugstores or online at various beauty retailers.