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    Liver Spots

    Iíve just recently noticed Iím getting these little liver spots on my hands. Anyone know what really causes them and also know of any ways to get rid of them? Thanks in advance

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    Like salami skin? White n red dots in the pigment? Or u mean like nasty brown spots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AR-15 View Post
    Iíve just recently noticed Iím getting these little liver spots on my hands. Anyone know what really causes them and also know of any ways to get rid of them? Thanks in advance
    I started getting really tiny tiny ones when I was in my 30s. The doctor tried freezing them and that didnt work at all. Maybe laser??

    I have a few liver spots, if that's what they really are, on my hands too. Also now headed to 50 I have random white spots on my legs and a couple on my triceps as well. Spots with zero pigmentation. You have anything like that too?

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    Little brown spots. Like the size of a marker point

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    In before someone says mt2.

    Sun exposure probably. Same things they do for other unwanted skin things--dermabrasion, laser, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AR-15 View Post
    Little brown spots. Like the size of a marker point
    Same as mine. Do yours darken in the sun? Mine do which makes them less noticeable. Actually had a new one pop up at the edge of my eyebrow in the past 6 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigtoe View Post
    I started getting really tiny tiny ones when I was in my 30s. The doctor tried freezing them and that didnt work at all. Maybe laser??

    I have a few liver spots, if that's what they really are, on my hands too. Also now headed to 50 I have random white spots on my legs and a couple on my triceps as well. Spots with zero pigmentation. You have anything like that too?

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    Just the little brown ones you described on your hands. I just started noticing them about 6 months ago. I peeled a few off with a razor blade but they came right back. I always associated them with getting older because I remember my parents calling them age spots as well as liver spots. They suck thiugh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Multislacking View Post
    In before someone says mt2.

    Sun exposure probably. Same things they do for other unwanted skin things--dermabrasion, laser, etc.
    That's why I actually started using mt2 it makes mine less noticeable but did nothing for the white spots.

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    I think Iím starting to obsess over them. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigtoe View Post
    That's why I actually started using mt2 it makes mine less noticeable but did nothing for the white spots.

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    Thank you Gentlemen! I was considering MT2 but wasnít sure if it would make it better or worse. Sounds like Iíll give that a shot. You guys rock!!!

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    Lol! Next it will be what my grandfather called ďbarnaclesĒ, bumps on your arms and legs. Then itís hair pouring out of your ears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AR-15 View Post
    Thank you Gentlemen! I was considering MT2 but wasnít sure if it would make it better or worse. Sounds like Iíll give that a shot. You guys rock!!!
    I was actually joking about the mt2. Chances are it will make them darker. So you can be "light with dark spots" or you can be "dark with darker spots". Not saying it would be impossible to camouflage them with mt2, but just be aware they may indeed go even darker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigtoe View Post
    That's why I actually started using mt2 it makes mine less noticeable but did nothing for the white spots.

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    Don't know if your white spots look like this, if so I just meet with my dermatologist yesterday and she diagnosed it as Pityriasis Versicolor and prescribed medication to block the yeast in my skin as well as topical wash.

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    Mt2 is wearing off but it did camouflage them pretty well for summer. Just to warn you if you have never used mt2 you will have people at home depot try to pick you up for work. I turn dark dark in a week. You will need to get a little sun otherwise any freckle ir mole you have will turn darker and stand out more.

    Also I dont know why but whatever I pin turns darker on those spots. Almost looks like a bruise but it's not. It's been a couple months since I pinned any and it's still darker in those spots around my belly button. Happened last year too. They go away but takes many months so you may want to pin wear it's out of site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AR-15 View Post
    Thank you Gentlemen! I was considering MT2 but wasnít sure if it would make it better or worse. Sounds like Iíll give that a shot. You guys rock!!!
    MT2 will darken all moles and sun spots by quite a bit. I've always had them, but the older I get and the more sun exposure I have the more I get

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