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Thursday, June 29, 2017

How to remove dark spots from your skin

Unfortunately, all of us have unwanted spots we wish weren't there. There are many types of skin conditions that lead to unbalanced pigmentation, dark clusters, or blemishes. This page highlights three ways to remove these spots from your skin.

use lemon juice. It's possible to do a lot more with lemon juice than make drinks. You can use it to sanitize a counter top, brighten white loads of laundry, and, believe it or not, you can even use it to treat freckles

Take some fresh-squeezed lemon juice and apply it onto a cotton ball. After weeks of diligence, your freckles should start to fade.

Apply sour cream or buttermilk. The lactic acids present in sour milk can help a lot to get rid of unwanted freckles. Take some sour cream, directly apply it on the affected skin area, and allow it to dry for 10 minutes. Instead of rinsing it off completely with water, you must gently wipe it off with a soft tissue or a towel. Lastly, apply some moisturizer


Try aloe vera and Vitamin E. There are a bunch of home remedies out there that claim they can get rid of spots. They may be able to, but it'll take a long time and the results certainly won't be magical. That being said, there's no harm in trying.

·         Aloe vera gel can bleach the skin to even out skin tone and it has amazing healing abilities. You can get Aloe Vera gel products from the market if you think it’s a hassle to extract it yourself, but taking the effort to extract fresh gel from Aloe Vera leaves is totally worth it. You may want to add castor oil with fresh aloe vera gel to make it more effective. Apply the gel on skin, leave it to dry and wash it off.

·         UV rays cause our body to produce free radicals. They cause a chain reaction which keeps on damaging our skin and it often gets out of control. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that neutralizes these free radicals to protect and repair our skin. Break Vitamin E capsules to get access to the powder inside it. Dab it on sunspots with the help of a cotton dab


Wash your face twice a day. As you wander about the world, grease, grime, and dirt build up on your face, leading to breakouts. Cigarette smoke, air pollution, and just general living can wreak havoc on your complexion. Spending 5 minutes washing your face twice a day is an easy way to beat these everyday culprits

.Washing it more won't help, however; that'll just dry out your face (which could lead to breakouts, too). Wash your face in the morning and before bed with a clean washcloth, warm water, and a mild cleanser

Salicylic acid is an option that will make your skin shed faster. By getting rid of dead skin cells, your pores don't have the ability to build up bacteria and create blockages. It doesn't affect sebum production, but it prevents accumulation on your face. If you have sensitive skin, you may want to avoid product. And definitely don't put it on any open wounds or sores.