Solar Lentigines 

Age spots, liver spots or solar lentigines, are a form of pigmentation. They usually occur as a result of damage to the skin, from the suns UVA and UVB rays, causing pigmented cells (melanocytes) to multiply, leaving behind dark coloured marks on the skin. 
They usually occur in people over the age of 40, but younger people can get them too due to being exposed to the sun or from using sun beds. These small, dark spots are generally found on the hands, face and any other areas exposed to the sun. It is really important to wear a broad- spectrum SPF all year round and apply every 2 hours when exposed to the sun. It is also advised not to use sunbeds and limit sun exposure. 

Treatments available at Face the Future include 


Skincare specialists 

All our skin clinicians are trained to a high standard and have a wealth of knowledge 

Personalised In-clinic consultation 

Get an individual view on your skin condition, with honest advice & NO hard selling. Book online or contact us via phone or email. 

Easy access clinic 

Just 2 minutes from M62 J30, with ample FREE parking, getting to our clinic couldn't be easier 

Aesthetic treatments 

From fillers and anti-wrinkle injections through to tattoo and hair removal procedures 

Virtual consultations 

Virtual consultations for new or existing clients allowing everyone to have access to professional skincare advice. 

Professional and Experienced 

Nurse prescriber led clinic established over 15 years. The team have decades of experience of working within the industry. 
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