Amazing! Remove Brown Age Spots With These Common Ingredients






Age spots, Sometime referred to as liver spots, are normally flat, brown or black spots that appear on your skin. The sizes of these spots varies and the  most common effected areas are the face, hands, shoulders and arms. These areas are normally subjected to the highest levels of sun exposure.

Age spots are normally associated with people who are over the age of 50, although it is not uncommon to see age spots on significantly younger adults, this is more common for those who spend extended periods of time in direct sunlight.

The cause of age spots:

Age spots are known to be the result of years of exposure to the sun's ultraviolet light. The use of tanning beds is also a contributing factor to age spot development. The pigment, called melanin is found in  the upper layer of the skin and is responsible for creating “normal” skin color. Rays of UV light are known to accelerate melanin. This is why we become tanned, it’s the skin’s natural defence to prevent UV damage to deeper layers of skin. Age spots usually appear on skin area that have been subjected to prolonged exposure to the sun. This is due high concentrations melanin being produced.

What can you do to defend yourself from age spots? The answer is correct and adequate protection from the sun’s UV rays. Although, anybody potentially can develop age spots. There are factors that make you more susceptible to age spots such as if you are light-colored or have fair skin, also over exposure to the sun or frequent sunburns all add to the chance of getting age spots.



Most age spots are completely harmless, but if any spots that have visibly  changed appearance please consult your doctor. This could be melanoma. Visit your doctor  if you notice any of these changes to your age spot(s):

dark pigmentation 
rapid increase in size
develop an irregular border
turns from it’s normal color to a variety of colors.


is constantly itchy, becomes red, tender, inflamed or starts bleeding.





Home remedies to reduce the appearance of age spots    

There are various age spot treatments available these include medication, bleaching creams, laser therapy, freezing, dermabrasion and even chemical peels. Good new is that there are also natural treatment available if you’re not happy with your age spots.

Dr. Doug Willen, author of Quantum Paleo, has discovered that a cheap and easy method is available. His recommendation, apple cider vinegar mixed with onion juice. This is because onions contain many antioxidant compounds that help to eliminate free radicals from your body.

The other key ingredient to this mix come from apple cider vinegar and is known as alpha hydroxy acids. This is known to remove dead skin, revealing the healthy skin below. People across the world have used this method to achieve a “healthy glow”

So here’s how it works:

Dice up one whole, fresh onion.
Use a mortar and pestle to help extract juice from onion.
Put the onion juice into a blender.
The add apple cider vinegar then blend it up.
Using cotton ball or q-tip apply the mix to each of your age spots.



The video below has more information on this treatment and is worth a watch. We advise sticking to organic apple cider vinegar for this treatment.




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