The Ag3derm Pigmentation Kit can treat up to 10 large patches of pigmentation. Ag3derm New & Improved Liquid Formula contains 100% Natural Ingredients which are listed below.
What is Pigmentation? Age Spots (also called Sun Spots, Liver Spots or Solar Lentigo) are collections of pigmentation caused by exposure to the sun. They are most common in more mature people or those with frequent sun exposure. The spots commonly appear on the hands but can occur almost anywhere, especially sun exposed areas such as the face, chest, back, arms, feet and shoulders. In addition to sun exposure, simply growing older can cause the extra production of melanin and subsequent age spots, and also forms of keratosis & seborrheic keratosis.
Our skin contains ‘melanin pigment’ which absorbs sunlight and helps naturally protect our skin from UV rays. However as we age, our skin’s natural ability to fend off UV rays from the sun begins to deteriorate, and as a result, we see the development of age spots. Genetics also plays a role in how susceptible you are to the development of age spots.
What’s the difference between age spots and freckles? Freckles appear when you’re young, they’re more numerous in the summer and they tend to fade with age.
All forms of skin hyperpigmentation essentially involve the same mechanism; darkening of the skin due to the over-production of melanin. All of the conditions below can be treated successfully using Ag3derm Liquid Formula.
What types of skin blemish can be treated with Ag3derm?
- Age spots
- Brown spots
- Sun spots
- Liver spots
- Solar lentigo
- Solar lentigines
- Sun damaged skin
- Hyper pigmentation
- Dark spots
- Flat moles
- Seborrheic keratosis
All ingredients are 100% natural
H2O2 FG Hydrogen Peroxide, Plant Extracts, Natural Vitamins, Petroleum Jelly
Ag3derm Kit Contents
Ag3derm Liquid Formula (5ml), Protection Gel (5ml), Sterile Pad, Applicator, Latex Gloves & Instructions
5ml liquid supplied in 10ml bottle to provide sufficient ullage for shipping
Diagnosis of a skin condition should always be determined by a doctor or skin specialist.