Dark spots on the skin can be fixed by using dark spot correctors and serums. Dark spots can occur on the skin for a number of reasons, and to prevent them from happening, one should always use sunscreen to protect their face from being sunburned.
One reason why dark spots form from someone's genetic makeup, which renders their skin with a varying pigment. Other people get dark spots from being damaged by the sun or having acne scars. There are treatments for this condition, however, such as correctors.
Many companies like Clinique, Miracle Worker, Garnier, Shiseido, L'Oreal, Kiehl, Lancome, Proactive, Verso and Lumene, sell dark spot correctors. These products are usually priced around the $50 dollar, but can be much more expensive. Dark spots that result from having damaged skin from the sun can also be treated using serums which, like correctors, come from a wide variety of companies, contain varying strengths and varieties of ingredients and formulas and have a wide range of prices depending on one's preference. Some dermatologists also recommend laser removal, chemical peeling and bleaching to remove more serious dark spots. Dark spots can very widely depending on one's color of skin as well as the darkness of their dark spot, so one should always way the benefits and costs of the many different treatment methods.