Age Spots

Age spots are flat brown, gray, or black spots on the skin. They usually occur skin that is exposed to the sun. Age spots are also called liver spots, senile lentigo, solar lentigines, or sun spots.

What causes age spots?

Age spots are the result of an excess production of melanin, or skin pigment. Doctors don’t always know why age spots develop. Skin aging, sun exposure, or other forms of ultraviolet (UV) light exposure, such as tanning beds, are all possible causes. You’re most likely to develop age spots on the areas of your skin that receive the most sun exposure.

Who is at risk for age spots?

People of any age, sex, or race can develop age spots. However, age spots are more common in people with certain risk factors. These include:

  • being older than 40 years old
  • having fair skin
  • having a history of frequent sun exposure
  • having a history of frequent tanning bed use

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