WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SUNSPOTS AND AGE SPOTS?

We’ve all enjoyed sunny skies and good vibes this summer.

But have you picked up sunspots along the way?

Not sure what to look for? If if looks like this?

It could be a sunspot.

Look for red raised marks and white marks.

Rough blemishes on your face, hands or arms that feel rough like sand.


Treat sunspots with John Plunkett’s Sunspot Cream with Salicylic Acid which works to gradually soften and remove the unwanted skin tissue. ⁣

⁣See the difference in 4 weeks.

This medicine may not be right for you. Read the label before purchase. If symptoms worsen or change unexpectedly, talk to your healthcare professional. Follow the directions for use. For external use only.⁣⁣

What causes Age spots?

Age spots are generally caused by sun damage.

What else causes Age spots?

Age spots can also be caused by hormones.

When do they occur?

Age spots are part of ageing, where uneven pigmentation occurs.

How are Age spots different to sunspots?

Age spots have the appearance of being flat, smooth, dark marks, brown marks and blotches. They are not red and rough.

It's all over the media.. uneven skin tone, texture and pigmentation.

Pigmentation spots can also be caused by skin trauma and acne scarring.

How do you treat these pigmentation problems?

Treat age spots, dark marks and brown blemishes with John Plunkett’s Superfade Cream

Pigmentation is a common skin concern

Age Spots, freckles, brown marks and acne scarring are common pigmentation and hyperpigmentation problems, that you can look after with Superfade as part of your skincare routine.

Superfade is Australia's No. 1 solution for pigmentation correction.

See the difference in 6 weeks.

Australian customers cannot buy this from our webshop, as Superfade is a pharmacy only medicine, but you can find a stockist near you from the link to Superfade Stockists.

Find Superfade Stockists

Superfade Cream and Superfade Face Cream are pharmacy strength pigmentation correctors. Only available in pharmacies nationally. No prescription is required.

If you are an International Customer you can buy Superfade from our webshop, see the link below.

Purchase Superfade

This medicine may not be right for you. Read the label before purchase. If symptoms worsen or change unexpectedly, talk to your healthcare professional. Follow the directions for use. For external use only.

Seek shade when you are out in the sun. Cover up as much as possible with a hat, sun-protective clothing, and sunglasses. Wear a broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30+.

Check your skin head-to-toe each month. Tell your healthcare provider about any suspicious growths, and have regular professional skin checks.

If you'd like to read our other blogs about pigmentation and pigmentation concerns, check these out.

https://www.plunketts.com.au/blog/say-goodbye-to-dark-pigmentation-in-six-weeks/

https://www.plunketts.com.au/blog/what-are-my-options-for-pigmentation-removal/