Help Fade Liver Spots Using Three Powerful Natural Ingredients That Can Lighten Age Spots

Published: 22nd April 2009
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Are you getting frustrated with an ever-increasing amount of liver spots on the back of your hands, arms and particularly your face?

A lot of people don't really know what a liver or age spot actually is... A simple definition is -- an area of skin that gradually becomes black, gray and light brown in color and is often a little raised.

Melanin primarily determines human skin color, dermal melanin is used by melanocytes in the epidermis -- many ethnic groups have greater or lesser concentrations of melanin than some individuals.

There are a several types of melanin with eumelanin being the most abundant melanin in humans, and is particularly high in people with dark skin.

We all need melanin to protect our skin from the suns powerful rays that cause free radical damage and oxidative stress. But an overabundance in any one area of skin can instigate the onset of liver spots.

To help control excess melanin production in these areas -- we need to use substances which are proven to be able to effectively fade liver spots by lightening these skin areas.

Three very effective substances are:

Extrapone nutgrass root extract naturally inhibits melanin -- clinical trials have shown a dramatic reduction in melanin production by up to 40%. It can gradually whiten your skin and help reduce skin irritation.

Natural Vitamin E -- helps prevent age spots appearing and is a powerful anti-oxidant. Several scientific studies have shown it to reverse the effects of aging on the skin. It also helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Shea Butter -- is an emollient widely used in many good quality skin creams. It reduces blemishes and brown spots; and can help soften the skin.

If you're over 40 and heading for middle age you will probably start noticing small liver spots appearing on your skin. Starting to use the above substances as soon as possible after you notice age spots appearing, will contribute to preventing them from getting worse and spreading in the future.

Don't let liver and age spots become unsightly and blemish your skin unnecessarily -- they can be controlled by the continual application of a natural whitening cream. It's the easiest and most cost-effective solution.

At my website, I discuss more on how to fade liver spots, and also discuss some new unique natural ingredients that can benefit your facial appearance, and help to give you a younger and smoother looking complexion.

Kathryn M. Reid is trained in, and has many years experience in skin care management. She now recommends and uses natural skin care creams and supplements daily. To learn more. Go to ==> today.

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