Age spots mostly appear after the age of 50, on the face, ears, neck, chest, forearms, hands and feet, etc. Initially flat, then gradually raised, brown to black papules or plaques that are rough to the touch. After the age of 60 to 70, the number of age spots may gradually increase, and the area will also expand. The reasons for the formation of senile plaques include the gradual decline of skin function, endocrine disorders, and poor visceral function.
Ageal plaques reflect the weakening of cell metabolism and antioxidant capacity. Vitamin E has a strong anti-peroxidation effect, which can protect cell membranes from damage and reduce tissue lipids. Brown matter deposition, prevent cell damage, delay tissue and cell aging. Foods rich in vitamin E include sesame seeds, walnuts, lean meat, dairy, eggs, peanuts, lettuce, etc. In the daily diet, we should choose more fresh vegetables, fruits and other foods. Because it is rich in vitamins C, E and various minerals, it can enhance the antioxidant capacity of cells. Such as pepper, tomato, cauliflower, jujube, hawthorn, sweet potato, taro, etc. Also pay attention to the continuous replenishment of trace elements copper, zinc and manganese. Foods rich in content include seafood, milk, eggs, wheat, millet, soybeans, sesame, Chinese cabbage, spinach, lentils, radishes, and tea. You can also eat more foods rich in vitamin B1B2, such as cereals, beans, animal offal, meat, eggs, yeast and green vegetables.
The most important point is to avoid prolonged sun exposure and unusual irritation. It is recommended to actively pay attention to sun protection from young or middle age.