Three Places To Fight Dark Spots Other Than Your Face

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Dark spots can be pesky and leave your skin looking unhealthy, but did you know that your face isn’t the only place dark spots can creep up?

Thankfully, you can treat dark spots from head to toe with one simple and easy trick. Check out all the places you can repair pigmentation damage and revive your skin!

Your Hands

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Your hands work all day long and are often the only part of your skin that is exposed non-stop. Because of this, your hands are prone to signs of aging and damage from the sun. One of the most dreaded signs of aging are spots on your hands because they’re hard to hide with makeup and can make you look older than you are. If you’ve suffered from spots on your hands, you’ll be happy to know there’s finally an option to treat it.

Instead of living with hand spots, apply your Dark Spot Corrector to your hands twice daily. Thanks to peptide ingredients and ample vitamin C, it is one of the fastest and easiest cures. You can shell out thousands at a doctor to laser them off, but it can be painful and expensive. By using your at-home treatment on your hands, you’ll be fading and preventing new spots in only 1 minute a day!

Your Shoulders

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When you’re outside all day long and get too much sun, most people will notice their shoulders have been sunburned. That is because this forgotten area takes on a lot of UV rays and can be very susceptible to sun damage. With age, this will only worsen when past damage starts to creep up and show more spots – so be prepared!

To prevent this, make sure you’re applying SPF to your shoulders every time they are exposed. Also, don’t forget to re-apply because most sunscreens will lose their effectiveness after an hour or two. If you have spots already, apply your Dark Spot Corrector to the entire area twice daily. This will deliver pigment-fading nutrients to reverse spots and keep the area looking youthful.

Your Arms & Legs

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Dark spots can come from many places and not just the sun or with age. These spots can be signs of skin damage from the past – like scars, nicks, or cuts. If you have ever experienced discoloration on your arms and legs from either sun exposure or scarring, there is an easy and effective treatment that you can add to your arsenal.

When pigmentation happens, the #1 cure is always vitamin C. This superhero ingredient can help with all kinds of pigmentation issues which is why we use 5 different types of it in our Dark Spot Corrector. Unlike your face where you apply the product everywhere, you can use it as a spot treatment on arms and legs to target the specific areas of pigmentation that need improvement. In as little as 30 days, you’ll notice spots and scars fading beautifully like they did for @keishais50ish above in only 2 weeks!

3 Tricks To Keep Your Hands Looking Youthful and Wrinkle-free!

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You’re getting lots of rest, your diligent about your skincare routine, and you take anti-aging seriously, so one would think you’ve got all your bases covered… except for a true skin care expert. They know the one place that gives your age away no matter how good you take care of your face is your hands.

Your hands happen to be the most exposed part of the skin on your body, even more than your face! Because of it’s constant exposure to elements, your hands can age quickly leaving wrinkles, dark spots and sagging skin and no matter how great your face looks, this can give away your true age.

Here are a few of our favorite tips to make sure you’re taking good care of your hands and keeping them looking their best.

Moisturize Them

hands, wrinkles, dark spots, anti-agingYour skin looks the best when it’s got a healthy amount of hydration and that is true for your hands too! Like your face, wrinkles can appear deeper and more severe when they are dehydrated. Using a moisturizer at least twice a day on your hands can help keep wrinkles at bay and keep your hands as soft as possible.

If you’re looking for added muscle power in fighting hand wrinkles, you can always use your anti-wrinkle moisturizer like the Repair & Release Cream. Because of the powerful anti-wrinkle peptides like Matrixyl 3000 and Argileine, this will provide extra help to repair your wrinkles than an average hand cream will while still providing all the hydration your hands could need.

Protect Them

sunburn, hands, wrinkles, dark spotsWe cannot emphasize this enough… SPF is your BFF! If your skin isn’t protected from the sun, you’re going to get burned!

Using an SPF on your hands is crucial to avoiding sun damage and causing premature aging on your hands. This helps keep your hands protected from further damage and protects your skin so it’s able to heal itself from free radicals.

To make sure your hands are safe from harmful rays, apply an SPF to the tops of your hands at least 3 times a day, or anytime after washing your hands. If you’re spending the day at the beach or out in the sun, we suggest re-applying every hour for extra protection.

Enhance Them

manicure, anti-aging, aging hands, wrinkles, dark spotsA little pampering and self-care can make anyone feel their best! When it comes to aging hands, something as simple as a manicure can have your hands looking their best and leave you feeling great about yourself!

By treating yourself to a manicure, you can take a few hours to yourself and unwind. Not only will that do wonders for your mental health, but the result of a professional manicure will also leave your hands looking amazing and give you a confidence boost. Pick your favorite shade of polish and enjoy being pampered!

 

How do you combat wrinkles and lines on your hands? Share it with us in the comments below!