Even with responsible sun protection, a lifetime of exposure to the sun’s UV rays can cause age spots (also called sun spots or liver spots). These spots are flat brown, dark brown or black areas of hyperpigmentation on the skin. Because age spots are caused by UV exposure, they tend to appear on skin that has been exposed to the sun frequently, including the face, neck, chest, arms and hands. Fortunately, you can prevent and treat age spots to restore clarity to your complexion at any age.

What are Age Spots and Sun Spots?

What are Age Spots?

Learn what age spots are and how they form, and get to know the difference between an age spot, a freckle and a mole. Plus, find out whether age spots are dangerous and learn how to prevent them. Learn More...
Treat, Fade and Prevent Age Spots and Sun Spots

Treating and Fading Age Spots and Dark Spots

Learn about the best possible treatments to fade or minimize the appearance of age spots for an even-toned, younger-looking complexion. Learn More...