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I am 32 but Look 10 Years Older.I Have Dry Skin and Have Dark Spots in my Face.
What are my options?
2 Doctor Answers | Asked by Asen from India in Kohima
Sundamage treatment in a 32 year old
Sundamage, or photodamage, usually does present with fine or deep lines from the ultraviolet A damaging the dermal collagen and brown spots, or lentigines, from epidermal melanocyte (pigment cell) activity. There are many treatments for this but very importantly, use an ultraviolet A and B sunscreen every day otherwise the money you'll invest in treatment is going down the drain. 1. Topicals, such as antioxidants, Tretinoin (Retin-A) prescription, lightening creams 2. Chemical...
You have many options
You have many options but a lot will depend on what your skin looks like so a photo would be helpful. If you have a lot of dark spots laser might be a possibility but whether it is or not and what laser to use would depend on your skin 's baseline pigmentation. There are bleaching creams that can fade dark spots as we as treatments like different peels. You should use a sunscreen every morning and probably a retinoid at night.