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Author: Sophia Man|2024-3-3

Have you discovered a large pockmark on the backside of your palms or on the cheeks? You might be staring at a so-called sun spot or age spot. Sunspots, commonly known as age spots are epidermal patches that are flat and come in colours black, grey or brown. They typically develop on solar-exposed places such as the back sides of the hands and the cheeks. The term "age spots" can also refer to senile lentigo, liver spots, sun spots or solar lentigines. It's fairly unusual for a solitary age spot to occur, or for several to congregate. While they can appear at any age, including youth, they are most frequent in the latter stages of maturity, particularly if you allocate a significant amount of time under excessive sunlight. They can cause an uneven skin tone, especially for lighter skin types. The real kicker is that age spots are not malignant and they do not progress to tumours. It is always a smart option to have any new dark spots on the skin evaluated by a physician. Here's what you should understand more regarding age spots, such as why they occur, predisposing factors, how to eliminate them, and how the Picocure Pigmentation Removal Treatment at New Beauty Australia is used to eliminate not only age spots but all forms of hyperpigmentation.


What Causes Age Spots?

Age patches are often caused by an excessive amount of pigmentation or melanin levels. Researchers aren't sure why age spots begin to develop, although some people are genetically predisposed to it. To rephrase it, if age spots exist within your ancestry, you might be more likely to get them.

Skin ageing, UV light contact, such as sunbeds, and direct sunlight are all probable reasons. As a result, age spots are more likely to appear in parts of the epidermis that absorb an excessive amount of sunlight:

· appearance · behind the hands · biceps · back portion · arms



Who Is at Risk for Age Spots?

Although age spots can appear in anybody, they are more frequent in persons with particular health risks. These are some examples:

· becoming above the age of 40 · possessing light skin · a record of excessive sunlight exposure · a record of using indoor tanning beds often


What Are the Symptoms of Age Spots?

Age spots are distinguished by the following conditions:


The colour of age spots ranges from black to light brown. It may deepen with sun damage.


The structure of the patches is identical to the remainder of the skin’s surface. Age spots usually occur on solar-exposed surfaces. They're smooth towards the touch and don't hurt.


Age spots can differ in size from a little blemish to that an inch in width.


They may occur alone or in clusters, which may also increase their visibility.


Age spots are often circular or oval in shape, having jagged corners.



How Are Age Spots Diagnosed?

A physician or other medical provider will generally identify age spots by a visual evaluation, a biopsy, or even both.

Visual examination

Throughout a visual examination, the physician will examine the colouration, shape, and form of the spot to establish if it is in fact an age spot.

They may also examine the area to see if there is a raised texture or if it is an identical feeling to the skin's surface.


If the physician or specialist suspects the black spot is not merely an age spot, they will usually recommend a biopsy.

A tiny sample of the epidermis is removed from the area of the age spot and sent to a laboratory to be tested for skin cancers or other irregularities.


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What Are the Treatments Available for Age Spots to Treat Age Spots?

Age spots really aren't dangerous and they do not demand any skin pigmentation removal treatments. However, because they might mimic cancer, they must be checked out by a physician.

There are several ways for removing a verified age spot for aesthetic purposes.

Skincare and Oral Medications

Age spots can indeed be reduced using topical treatments. Skin lighteners containing mercury, on the other hand, should be avoided since they may represent a major health danger. A medical expert can administer a high-quality product.

A prescribed skin cream for reducing age spots may include the following ingredients:

· Retinoids like tretinoin · anti-inflammatory products such as cortisone · skin lightening agents such as hydroquinone

These creams progressively fade spots. Given that they can occasionally cause skin irritation it is essential to seek medical advice prior to selecting the proper lotion.

Non-surgical skin pigmentation removal treatments

Several aesthetic laser pigmentation removal treatments are also capable of lightening or removing age spots. Prior to undertaking any laser treatment, consult with a physician or a specialist who specialises in pigmentation treatments.

The physician may advise you to undergo either of the following practices:

· Cryotherapy This skin pigmentation treatment uses a cold material which includes liquid nitrogen to eradicate the age spots. · Laser surgery This treatment for pigmentation involves IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatment that includes high-energy wavelengths · Microdermabrasion This is a non-invasive skin exfoliation therapy. · Chemical peel Chemical peels layer the skin with a chemical substance to exfoliate and peel away dead skin cells.

All of these surgeries are risky and might leave scars on the skin. As stated by the (AAD) American Academy of Dermatology, they should be performed by a physician who has received particular training.

Some methods of elimination might also render the skin more vulnerable to sun exposure. Individuals who have endured one of these treatments need to exercise particular caution in the sunlight and listen to their physician's guidance.

However, these treatments may only treat age spots and other forms of mild pigmentation issues. But what about melasma and other severe forms of hyperpigmentation issues?

This is where the Picocure Pigmentation Removal Treatment at New Beauty Australia comes to play as this remarkable skin pigmentation treatment uses a combination of two distinct and precise laser energies to break down melanin particles for a clearer and brighter face.



Picocure Pigmentation Removal Treatment: Remove All Your Age Spots Plus Hyperpigmentation in One Go!

The Picocure Pigmentation Removal Treatment at New Beauty Australia utilises quadruple wavelength technology that consists of 532nm, 585nm, 650nm, and 1064nm of picosecond and nanosecond laser beams which is used to infiltrate deep into the skin. These 2 different laser energies specifically target and break down melanin particles and pigment-producing cells in the skin 1000x times faster than generic laser treatments or laser skin resurfacing.

The Picocure Pigmentation Removal Treatment is a non-invasive skin pigmentation removal laser treatment that is FDA-cleared and CE-certified and the laser energy only stays in the skin for less than a second, as this reduces the risk of skin burning or discomfort. This skin pigmentation removal treatment also eliminates potential spots that are developing deep in the skin. The melanin and hyperpigmentation particles are shattered into dust-like particles and eliminated via the body’s metabolic removal process.

New Beauty Australia’s Picocure Pigmentation Removal Treatment also stimulates collagen production that firms up the skin and fill in the previous melanin accumulation sites. The increase in collagen affects the brightness of the face and shrinks enlarged pores for less sebum secretion. This also strengthens the skin and aids the connectivity of supportive tissues in the face. This particular skin pigmentation removal treatment helps to rejuvenate the skin and shrink sebum glands on the face to give a less oily appearance as it fosters a brighter, better and younger complexion!


The Final Note

Age spots can be a cause of concern for some people, but they are actually harmless changes to the skin. In some cases, their appearance could cause some emotional distress or even concerns about skin cancer.

However, the Picocure Pigmentation Removal Treatment at New Beauty Australia is the perfect hyperpigmentation treatment for you as it removes not only age spots but also tackles melanin particles that are still developing deep under the skin. This non-surgical hyperpigmentation treatment also produces new collagen growth to aid the increase of skin elasticity and brightness. You can obtain a youthful complexion with a radiant glow in no time! But, do remember to avoid direct sun exposure as they may disrupt the skin colour post-treatment.

So if you’re looking for an effective way to remove your age spots and also other unwanted pigmentation such as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, dark spots and more, call us now for a younger and more vibrant face with no age spots and hyperpigmentation!


What is the cause of age spots?

Aging skin, excess sun exposure, and usage of tanning beds can cause the accumulation of melanin particles on the face which cause age spots to form.

Do age spots have any noticeable symptoms?

Wellness professionals take into account the colour, texture grouping style, size and shape of the age spots before recommending any type of treatment to eliminate them.

Who is suited for the Picocure Pigmentation Removal Treatment?

The Picocure Pigmentation Removal Treatment is suited for people who are experiencing age spots, melasma, acne scars and dark spots for a clearer and more radiant face. It is also suited for most skin tone and skin type as this pigmentation removal treatment is non-irritating and does not harm the surrounding skin tissues during treatment.

Do I need to undergo the entire treatment course to see the effects?

We at New beauty Australia normally recommend customers under 6 to 8 sessions of the Picocure Pigmentation Removal Treatment as this will give you optimum effects of removing age spots and other pigmentation issues.

Will I need long downtime after the Picocure Pigmentation Removal Treatment?

No, you will not need to allocate a special time for recovery after the treatment as it is non-invasive and you can return to your daily schedule in a short time after the treatment has ended.


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