Treatments | Sun Damaged Skin
Solar lentigo, also known as sunspots or liver spots, are small benign pigmented macules that appear on sun-exposed skin (face, dorsal of the hands, arms, and upper part of the trunk). They may appear suddenly or slowly evolve and increase in size over the years. Solar lentigo usually occurs in adults as a sign of chronic sun damage.
Before treatment, the diagnosis must be confirmed by a dermatologist.
Solar lentigo can be effectively treated with medium chemical peels (TCA peels) with no risk of side effects.