First thing to note is that there aren’t any quick fixes here and that patience is key.
Your skin is an investment and like any good investment it requires consistency and time fir you to be able to reap the results.
Microdermabrasion is an option that is becoming ever more popular. This is because it is a non-chemical procedure that doesn’t damage skin tissue and therefore does not require significant recovery time. It is predominantly used for hyperpigmentation using tiny particles to sand away dead skin.
Chemical peels are a well know method for removing dark spots. They remove the upper layers of dead skin helping to reduce the dull appearance of the skin so that it reflects light better and appears brighter. Over time, these treatments are known to stimulate collagen production, enhance cellular turnover, and reduce the appearance of dark spots
Natural alternatives these methods are using organic sources of vitamin C & E. Both work beautifully at treating dark spots. With both being potent antioxidants that work together to prevent free-radical damage to the skin, and simultaneously vitamin C brightens while vitamin E promotes new skin cell regeneration.
Also in the future on sunny days try to stay out of direct sun light or follow up with sunscreen, because dark spots will only get darker with sun exposure.