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The Real Deal on Fake Freckles

Traditionally, ideal mainstream beauty consists of flawless, un-freckled, perfect skin. But for those of you with freckles, you will be pleased to learn the beauty trend that has the fashion world buzzing is freckles.  And, for those of you without freckles, if you are happy with your freckle-free skin but want to know what it feels like to have freckles, the latest fad is fake freckles.  

Celebrities who never seemed to have freckles are faking them for photoshoots, like Kendall Jenner, or for red carpet events, like Emma Stone.  We have to ask, which freckles are the real deal and which freckles are fake?

The Real Deal on Fake Freckles

The Real Deal on Fake Freckles

Emma Stone, an Arizona native, definitely is the real deal.  Plus she comes by her freckles naturally with her red hair and fair complexion.  As for Kendall Jenner, well – we’ve never seen such a perfect constellation of freckles. Her freckles are definitely the work of an expert makeup artist, or perhaps Kendall experimented with the look on her own.  At the end of the day Kendall’s fake freckles will get rinsed away with the rest of her makeup.  

How do you feel about fake freckles? We think it’s nice to have the option to pepper your skin with fake freckles if you don’t have any. In contrast, if your freckles are the real deal and you don’t like them, you can’t just wash them off.  

If you want to get rid of your freckles, laser light is a common treatment used to treat freckles. Many people have their unwanted freckles removed for cosmetic reasons, and this can be done with Photofacials at the National Laser Institute Med Spa.  

We invite you to visit our training institute for deeply discounted rates on treatments or receive your treatment in our med spa by the experts that teach doctors, nurses, and laser technicians privately. We offer complimentary consultations. To find out what product or service would be the best fit for your skin, call 800.574.8377 or click here and receive a free consultation with one of our expert skincare specialists.

Louis J. Silberman is the CEO and Co-Founder of National Laser Institute, the pioneer of the medical aesthetics training industry and one of the largest educators in the country.