Are sunspots stopping you from stepping out into the sun? For people with sunspots, it can be really difficult to cover up. And if you are not a fan of makeup, sunspots on skin can ruin your look. The good news is that you do not need to worry so much.
While sunspots occur naturally when your skin is exposed to harsh ultraviolet rays of the sun, there are ways to get rid of them. Sunspots on skin do not have a particular shape or color, and they can appear on any part of your body.
As long as your body has been exposed to the sun, sunspots can appear. That includes ears, arms, hands, cheeks, nose, upper lips, and more. With that in mind, we are going to look at different spots on skin, and how to identify sunspots.
And we will also provide several home remedies for how to get rid of sunspots naturally.
How to get rid of sunspots naturally?
The good news is that sunspots can be easily removed with natural remedies. There are always over the counter medicine you can try, but natural remedies come without the risk of side effects.
With that in mind, here are some natural remedies for sunspots you can try.
For this remedy, you need one fresh lemon. Squeeze the lemon juice, and then apply on the affected area using a cotton ball. Let the lemon juice work its magic for 20 to 30 minutes, and then wash off with water. Pat dry.
Another way to use lemon is to mix a tablespoon of lemon juice and a tablespoon of sugar. Use the mixture as a scrub, and apply on the affected area. Scrub for two minutes, and then leave it for 10 minutes. Rinse with water.
You can the lemon juice every day, while the scrub should be applied at max three times per week.
With its ability to deeply nourish the skin, castor oil helps to lighten the spots and blemishes. Rich in essential fatty acids, castor oil will give your skin an even look and tone.
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