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Q What are liver spots, and should I be concerned about them?
That's good news for the industry as well as that 85-year-old caller and his liver spots.
If you look in the mirror and don't see liver spots, no crow's feet, the brow's OK, that's one more day you don't have to fight off retirement.
The ones with a crust sound like liver spots and can be removed medically privately - try Lasercare Clinics (0800 028 7222), prices start from pounds 196 - or possibly on the NHS if necessary.
Greenebaum's film is unafraid to show age and deterioration in ways you rarely see in American movies; it lingers lovingly on wrinkles, gray hairs, liver spots and gnarled, arthritic hands, finding a strange kind of beauty therein.
The cumulative effects of exposure to the damaging effects of the sun or the ultraviolet (UV) light in tanning salons include (along with your tan) wrinkling, sagging, liver spots, and, vanity aside, skin cancer.
She looks down at the liver spots on her age-gnarled hands and remembers them when she was a girl.
In addition, pigmentation of the skin in the form of sun spots, age spots, liver spots, freckles, blotchiness due to taking birth control pills, and skin that is dull in texture and color may be improved with chemical peeling.
Fortunately, topical creams and good skin care can help make wrinkles and those brown liver spots less visible.
If liver spots change significantly in color, size, or shape, have a doctor check them.
Liver spots have nothing to do with the liver; although they may be unsightly, they likewise are of no health consequence.
Brown spots Brown spots, also called age or liver spots, are flat, tan, brown or black spots that vary in size and appear on areas most exposed to the sun, like the face, hands, shoulders and arms.