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How to get rid of ageing spots

Age spots are brown, flat patches on the skin caused by exposure to the sun. In other words, they are the results of sun damage on the epidermis.

Brown spots appear on several parts of the body, but they are often found on the face, neck, shoulders, arms and hands. These regions of the body are more exposed to the sun than other areas.

Apart from sun exposure, you can also get brown patches due to several reasons such as genetics, stress, vitamin deficiencies and even weak liver functioning.

Apart from sun exposure, you can also get brown patches due to several reasons such as genetics, stress, vitamin deficiencies and even weak liver functioning.

Sun spots are probably unsightly for many and for those who are concerned about skin blemishes, there are several ways you can get rid of these patches.

Use castor oil on the affected area. It has a healing property. Apply it on the skin using a cotton ball and massage it in.

You can also take vitamin supplements to make up for deficiencies in your body. Supplements such as vitamin E are great for the skin.

You can also take vitamin supplements to make up for deficiencies in your body. Supplements such as vitamin E are great for the skin.

There are also several home remedies you can try. One of them is to use lemon juice on the ageing spots and leave it on for at least half an hour. Alternatively, you can also use a lemon scrub by mixing juice with a bit of sugar. Rinse abundantly after 15 minutes.

Another popular treatment is to use aloe vera. It is not only healing but also soothing on the skin. In addition to the above, you can try massaging olive oil and buttermilk on the skin.

Another popular treatment is to use aloe vera. It is not only healing but also soothing on the skin. In addition to the above, you can try massaging olive oil and buttermilk on the skin.

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