Monday, July 25, 2011

Out, damned spot!! Getting rid of age spots on the cheap…


We all have them, the dreaded age spots.  Years in the sun, genetics, whatever the reason for them, they are horrid and we just want them gone!

Whether you have the discoloration, the flat darker ones, or the raised moles, what would you say if I told you that you could get rid of them for under $10?

Intrigued, sure you are, and you can do it!  I read a few years ago about using Gel Wart Remover to get rid of age spots, and I’ve been using it ever since.  I asked both my dermatologist, and a family doctor if this was a safe way to remove them, they both said it was.  Of course they aren’t going to promote this, they get big bucks for removing age spots in their office.

Using wart remover is just like a mini chemical peel.  You put a dot of it on the age spot, let it dry, and peel it off.  In a couple of days you can repeat it, but don’t do it too often or it will burn your skin. You don’t see results immediately, but in a few days, you will see the age spot dry up and then you can peel it away.  Moles, of course take more applications, just be patient.  You feel a slight tingle when you apply the gel, this is normal.

When the spot is gone, you are left with a red dot where you used the wart remover, but that disappears quickly.  Of course you wouldn’t want to use this on spots that look “suspicious” but for regular, ugly age spots it works perfectly.  I may have blogged about this previously, and even if I have, it’s worth a repeat.

You can all write and thank me later for saving you so much money.  Now head out to the drugstore and give this a try, you will be impressed, pinky swear you will.

~ jan


  1. Ok, so I've been using this gel this week. Today, the age spot on my face looked worse, but I'm hoping it's in the healing process. I've put neosporin and a bandaid to cover it this afternoon. Let's hope!


  2. Your face is going to burn slightly and peel. That's probably what you're seeing now. Don't put the gel on too often, give the healing process times. It may turn red, but it will fade quickly. Don't panic, it really does work well for those of us who have tried it.

  3. I tried this today. I hope it works. How long does it usually take for an age spot to go away?

  4. It depends on how deep it is and how many times you treat it. I wouldn't put the remover on more than once a week, give it time to peel. Then look at it and if you need to do it again, reapply it. It might take 2-4 times for it to go away completely. You will initially have a red spot, but that will fade.

  5. I just want to say THANK YOU for publishing this miracle beauty secret. It is nothing short of amazing.

    I'm 36 and I'm also an esthetician. I've recently been accumulating some very nasty sun spots and I went to the derm. She was prepared to charge me upwards of $1000 for creams and lasers, of course.

    I did the gel wart remover treatment a week ago on several spots (one of them dime sized) and today the are completely GONE. I was skeptical and horrified when I did the treatment because my spots literally turned black. They stayed that color until the skin peeled away revealing brand new pink fresh beautiful skin. I am truly ecstatic. Some of these spots were over a decade old and they are completely gone as though they were never there - all for around $7.00. Words cannot express how happy I am. Again, thank you. You are a godsend.

  6. I used compound w fast acting liquid on a raised age spot on my chest. I used it maybe three times. It dried out the spot so I wound up just picking it off. This turned into a scab. Now the scab is gone and so is the age spot!


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