What are age spots?
Age spots (or sometimes referred to as liver spots) no longer have to be seen as a condition of permanence with Prairie Fields Aesthetics. As we age, unwanted blemishes can start to appear on the face, chest and the backs of the hands, areas that are more prone to sun exposure. These spots are also called lentigines, and they are characterized by being sharply defined and rounded in shape and are typically brown in color. They can appear by themselves, or in clusters.
Age spots can be hereditary or develop from overexposure to the sun, and can also develop in people younger in age (during childhood, even). However, they most often appear in those more advanced in age. The more time a person spends in the sun, the more likely they are to develop age spots at an earlier age.
What is the treatment for age spots?
Prairie Fields Aesthetics is proud to utilize Cutera xeo technology with LimeLight capabilities. During your treatment, pulses of light are emitted into the skin, safely targeting deeper layers of skin without damaging the surface. Days after being treated, the brown spots become flaky, and over the next few day slough off and fade from the skin. You don’t have to live with age spots anymore. Together we can find a non-invasive, non-surgical solution that will rejuvenate your skin and leave you with a higher level of confidence.
Your complimentary consultation
During your complimentary consultation, we custom tailor our approach to suit your individual needs. The number of treatments necessary will vary from case to case. No two people are the same, so no two treatments are the same. Many patients require more than one treatment, with most seeing improvements after just one visit.
Contact Prairie Fields Aesthetics today to learn more about our innovative non-surgical skincare and beauty treatments. Our team is compassionate, considerate, and capable of achieving incredible results. Schedule your complimentary consultation today, and we’ll show you what our variety of treatments can do for you.