Home Remedies For Age Spot Treatment | Treat Age Spots Effectively

By | September 30, 2009

Getting Rid Of Old Age Spots – Herbal Remedies For Age Spots

Age spots, or liver spots, are flat brown areas that appear as we age. They are more prevalent on the hands, neck and face; although, they can appear anywhere. This is a natural process as the body ages and the spots themselves are generally harmless. These spots, however, can signal that there is an underlying condition that needs to be checked out by a doctor.  They may signal damage to internal organs, including the heart or the retina.

This is not the only reason you can get age spots; they can be caused by improper nutrition, smoking (including second hand smoke), poor liver function, lack of exercise and excessive sun damage. Since the age spots are a result of toxins building up in the body over a period of time, herbal remedies that will help mainly focus on cleaning the system. Vitamin C helps the body repair itself, and Vitamin E helps fight cellular aging and helps protect the cells.

Tips For Age Spot Treatment

Ginkgo biloba improves circulation, L-Carnitine helps break up fat in the bloodstream, and co-enzyme A supports the immune system.

  • Emu oil will help to fight the age spots, and aloe vera heals the skin.
  • To cleanse the blood you can use milk thistle, burdock, or red clover.
  • Grape seed extract helps to prevent age spots.
  • Apple cider vinegar mixed with onion juice can be applied directly to the spots.
  • Lemon juice can be applied directly to the spots. This will help the spots fade.
  • Castor oil applied to the skin will help with the appearance of the spots.
  • Tea tree oil and oil of oregano will help improve skin.
  • Chamomile tea can help lighten the skin.
  • Cayenne can be added to food to help with age spots internally.
  • Rub a slice of red onion on the spots.
  • Apply apple cider vinegar and orange juice to the spots.
  • Dab the spots with buttermilk.
  • Make a paste from 1/3 cup of chick peas (garbanzo beans) and a little water. Apply this to the spots and let it dry. Rinse your skin with cold water and pat it dry with a clean towel.
  • The sap from dandelions can be applied to the spots.
  • Avoid excessive sun exposure. Wear a sunscreen lotion whenever you go outdoors.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Eat lots of lean high-quality protein.
  • Eat lots of fruits and vegetables.
  • Exercise. Sweating helps relieve the body of toxins that are present within the skin cells.