Sunscreen prevents 'liver' spots

//Sunscreen prevents 'liver' spots

Sunscreen prevents 'liver' spots

I thought this infromation would be great since we spend so much time at the beach and in the sun here in Wilmington.    

 Lentigo, also known as liver, age or sun spots, are patches of melatonin, the substance that protects your skin from sun exposure. They have nothing to do with the liver and are harmless.

          Wearing sunscreen on your hands, arms, legs and face will help to prevent future spots from forming in those areas say doctors at Johns Hopkins.

By | 2012-07-09T12:37:48+00:00 July 9th, 2012|Life|0 Comments

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