As you get older, you may start to see these small, dark spots on your skin. They’re also called sunspots, liver spots, or solar lentigines. They show up on skin that’s been exposed to the sun a lot, like your face, the tops of your hands and feet, and your arms. Age spots can be freckle-sized or larger. They’re typically flat, oval-shaped, tan, or dark brown. Young people can get them, but they usually start after age 50.