Bye -bye brown spots

All spots are not the from the sun --learn what you need to know for luminous skinIf you are trying to get rid of troubling skin discolorations or brown spots, you are not alone. Women of all ages are afflicted by hyperpigmentation these days. Brown spots, or hyperpigmentation, can be triggered by sun screen, scarring, or hormones.

 
And before you fork over for expensive laser or light therapy treatments to remove them, you had better know what you are dealing with. According to renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Gerald Imber, hyperpigmentation caused by sun exposure will respond well to treatment with lasers or chemicals treatments, such as peels or creams. But, he told me, hyperpigmentation caused by hormones is very difficult if not impossible to remove.
 
Dr. Imber says that in his office they test a small patch of skin in an inconspicuous area to see which treatment gets the best result. He also suggested monitoring anything that could affect hormones carefully.
 
Dr. Imber also developed Youth Corridor Antioxidant Boost Skin Serum. It uses melatonin to deliver a powerful, concentrated dose of antioxidants directly to the deeper layers of the skin where they can have the most impact. The melatonin dramatically increases the effectiveness of the antioxidants.
 
The Youth Corridor Antioxidant Boost Skin Serum contains 10 percent Vitamins C and E, and melatonin. Skin looks firmer, smoother, and more vibrant in two weeks.
 

Here’s a special Thanksgiving discount from Dr. Imber. Go to www.drimber.com Use the discount code 20CyberYC.   Enjoy 20 percent off from Friday, November 26th to December 3.



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