Liver spots? Wow... I'm very glad to hear you say that you have found less of them with this liver cleanse! You know if the Dr.'s refuse to believe that stones are in the liver, then it is likely we should really raise our eyebrows at what we read regarding liver spots. As one said earlier in this thread... why then are they called liver spots. As we all know the liver is a major function to cleanse... and we know that the skin is the largest organ and does have a function to filter out toxins.
As was said in regards to sun..... if sun is a major factor alone... why in nursing homes where the elderly really have limited sun.. they continue to get more liver spots? Dr. S. Cabot said that although sun is a contributing to this condition...... it's not the only contributer.
"As sun exposure plays a role in the development of liver spots it is advisable to stay out of the sun. Cover up when outside and use a good quality sunscreen (minimum spf 15) as part of your daily skin care regime.
Improving the liver function is important to prevent and manage skin conditions of any description including liver spots, as the liver is the major filter of the blood, clearing it of toxins that can build up in the system and create free radicals which promote cell damage in the skin"
If the sun can start them, why don't children have age (liver) spots? It's because the filter can't get rid of them.