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cazperk posted:
When I get in my car I put sunscreen on my hands and arms. Driving in the hot summer sun, even with the windows up, increases sun damage on your hands, too.

cperkins
Alpharetta, GA
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jean4vr responded:
The BEST tip I ever got from a dermotologist, was to put sunscreen on my hands, to prevent age spots. Eversince I have been doing that my hands have not gotten those age spots.

AND treat your neck and chest as you do your face.
 
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rxandmore replied to jean4vr's response:
yes but how about those blue veins on the top o your hands?how do you disguisethose?
 
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Annie_WebMD_Staff replied to rxandmore's response:
Hi rxandmore,

Please post your question about blue veins on the hands as a discussion starter. Mouse over the orange "Post Now" button and click on the discussion link if you want the doctors to more easily "see" your post as this thread is a tip rather than a discussion thread. Thanks.

- Annie


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