Where Did All These Spots Come From

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Where Did All These Spots Come From 
As we reach our middle years, the body often does things that are a complete mystery. In this piece, we will take a humorous and fun look at why our body develops spots on our skin, and of course, offer up solutions. The animation will take a slightly tongue in cheek humorous angle. Line drawings on solid color, descriptive yet entertaining. Keep it moving, as brisk as can be without feeling rushed. 
2016-08-25 16:12:06 GMT
2016-08-26 18:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 200
Via Internet: National
English - USA and Canada
Middle Age Female
• Audio files must be delivered via email OR
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
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The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project
A little quirky, warm, friendly, upbeat.

Script Details

As we age, spots, bumps and blemishes pop up due to sun and aging. If you’re like us, you don’t mind getting a bit older as long as you don’t … uh, look like a leopard. Good news: You have options.

1) Do you have spots? Enjoying the great outdoors can leave you with brown spots that look like large, dark freckles. These are harmless solar lentigines, known as age spots. About one out of every seven of us in middle age has them, and we get more as we age in the places that get a lot of UV rays from the sun.
Skin-lightening creams can help, and if they really bug you, a dermatologist can erase them with a laser.

2) How about bumps? Seborrheic keratoses are genetic wartlike growths that can be yellow, brown or black. Though harmless, they look scary. A dermatologist can freeze them off with liquid nitrogen.

3) Red marks? Called red cherry angiomas, these clusters of dilated blood vessels are harmless, experts tell us. If you hate how they look, a dermatologist can eliminate them with a laser or a scalpel.

Looking better is great, but skin cancer rates are rising, according to the CDC. Basal and squamous cell cancers are marked by growths that don't heal — they often flake and bleed — while deadly melanomas often show as new spots, or ones that change size, shape or color. A skin exam every 6 to 12 months can track dangerous changes, especially in existing moles.

So to not only look healthy but to be healthy, make sure you see your doctor early and often, and we weren’t kidding about that sunscreen. Sometimes the best thing you can do for your health is the simplest. 
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