Sunspots are medically termed as Solar Lentigines and are brown spots that appear on the skin with prolonged exposure to the sun. These spots do not cover the skin evenly but appear patchy and hence potentially degrade the look. The sunspots that appear once do not go away on their own in most cases. Instead, they become darker brown and get worse, eventually turning into age spots. The skin starts looking older than a person's actual age. The are several home remedies that can be tried out at initial stages. But in any case, it is better to pay a visit to the dermatologist and go by his or her prescription. What may work for one might not work for another person. To really get rid of the spots from the anti-ageing perspective, turning to cosmetic procedures can be of better help. Cryotherapy, Dermabrasion, Chemical peels, and Laser therapy are few of the options that can be considered by the skin clinic depending on the condition of the skin. Cryotherapy makes use of freezing agents to remove the darkened skin and aids new blemish-free skin to replace the patchy area. Dermabrasion and chemical peel techniques work on similar lines, by removing the top layer of the skin through exfoliation and peeling respectively, allowing the underlying flawless skin to be revealed. In laser therapy, the sunspots are reversed on exposure to the laser and skin will be youthful and clear with a few sittings.