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AGE SPOTS/ SUN SPOTS
— also called liver spots and solar lentigines
— are flat gray, brown or black spots. They vary in size and usually appear on the face, hands, shoulders and arms
— areas most exposed to the sun.
The appearance of red skin or visible veins especially in the face but sometimes elsewhere on the body may be a result of broken veins, particularly capillaries.
Broken veins are a common affliction striking more often as a person ages and the tissue making up the walls of capillaries grows thinner making broken veins a more and more frequent occurrence
Cholesterol deposits, or xanthomas, are slightly raised bumps of cholesterol that appear under the skin. They usually form on the eyelids or around the eyes, but they can also manifest elsewhere on the body. Xanthomas that occur anywhere other than the eyelids are known as eruptive xanthomas, and indicate high blood-fat levels.
Skin tags are common, acquired, benign skin growths that look like a small piece of soft, hanging skin. Skin tags are harmless growths.
A hemangioma — once known as a strawberry hemangioma — is a birthmark that appears as a bright red patch or a nodule of extra blood vessels in the skin.
A cherry angioma is a noncancerous (benign) skin growth made up of blood vessels.
- Bright cherry – red
- Small — pinhead size to about 1/4 inch in diameter
- Smooth, or can stick out from the skin