Freckles & Sun Damage

Freckles are a hereditary skin condition caused by excess pigmentation, called melanin, in the skin. 

Freckles are a hereditary skin condition caused by excess pigmentation, called melanin, in the skin. These act as a sun-blocker helping to prevent ultraviolet light from reaching the deeper layers of the skin. In contrast, sun damage evolves due to excess sun exposure and poor UV protection. Sunspots are often larger than freckles and are less likely to fade over time. They occur as a result of UV trauma, so it is important to determine they are a benign spot before treating cosmetically.

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