Freckles are small, circular patches of dark pigment that usually appear on people with fair skin. They're caused by the sun's ultraviolet rays or genetics and can range from tiny to large spots anywhere in your face, chest area, shoulders-back region (this is where they’re most likely found). Freckles fade during winter months but grow back when summer comes around again!
A freckle is the result of a sunburn. They are most likely to appear on areas that get the most exposure, like your arms and face. At Derma Miracle Clinic there are different treatments available like chemical peel, laser therapy, and Cryosurgery to remove freckles.Want Appointment ?
Freckles are small dots that appear on the skin. They disappear when someone spends a lot of time in the shade and reappear after they go out into sunlight again, like little reminders to enjoy life while you can! Some people are more likely to develop freckles than others, depending on their genes and skin type. If a person is genetically predisposed in this way, exposure to sunlight can make them appear. Freckles are common among children and may disappear or diminish over time as they grow up
Ephelides, or freckles, are the result of increased photoinduced melanogenesis and transport of an increased number of fully melanized melanosomes from melanocytes to keratinocytes. Ephelides occur on sun‐exposed areas of the body, particularly the face, dorsal hands and upper trunk. They are 1–3-mm well‐demarcated, hyperpigmented macules that are round, oval or irregular in shape. They may increase in number and distribution and show a tendency for confluence, but they can fade over time with ageing. Ephelides are benign and show no propensity for malignant transformation. Some ephelides may represent a subtype of solar lentigo.
Treatment options for ephelides and lentigines include sun‐protective measures, skin‐lightening agents, cryotherapy and laser surgery.
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