Previously we discussed what hyperpigmentation is and it’s root causes. After visiting a dermatologist, people opt for many options such as Chemical Peel, Intense pulse light therapy, laser peel, creams and serums for it’s treatment
1. Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera has many properties, but here the aloin comes into play. Aloin is a depigmenting compound, which is harmless and carries no side effect.
2. Green Tea
Green tea is said to also have depigmenting properties.
How to apply
- Soak a tea bad in warm water and let it sit for 10-15 minutes.
- Take out the tea bag and let it cool, then rub it over your face. Let it sit for 15 minutes and then wash off.
- apply green tea with a cotton ball but remember, only use green tea when it’s lukewarm to avoid burning your skin.
Tomatoes are knows as a natural bleaching agent. They are full of antioxidants and have anti-inflammatory properties. They help fight off dark/unwanted skin patches, leaves an even skin tone and leaves you looking young with a glowing skin!
This DIY mask can do wonders!
For best results repeat this 2-3 times a week!
Remember, results are not overtime and may take up to two months for results to show.
We hope this helped you gain a better understanding of hyperpigmentation and you can take the necessary steps to avoid it.
Disclaimer: This article serves as a mere guideline and help. For a better understanding and better solutions please consult a specialist/dermatologist for the best advice.
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