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how to mitigate a melasma

melasma is a’ hyperpigmentation of the skin, a very common condition of the skin characterized by brown spots on the face. The main cause of melasma is the production of melanin in excess in the cells of the skin due to a’excessive exposure to the sun. However, other factors contribute to this problem, including hormonal changes in the body, excessive stress, toxins, thyroid problems, and l’use of birth control pills. Often melasma is mistaken for freckles or the spots of the’ age. But the dark spots on the face due to melasma are larger, darker, and have irregular shapes.Since the dark spots on the face are a concern of beauty for many, there are many medicines and cosmetic products for the treatment available on the market. Before opting for such treatments, keep in mind that may have side effects. Fortunately, there are some natural remedies will help you restore the color of the skin, without side effects. We will then how to mitigate a melasma:

The lemon juice is a skin lightener natural with excellent astringent properties. The acidic nature of lemon juice also helps to remove the outer layer of skin, thus eliminating a layer of skin iperpigmentato. Extract the juice of a fresh lemon. Apply on the affected areas and gently rub for a minute or two. Leave on for 20 minutes before rinsing with lukewarm water. Follow this remedy twice a day and you should see an improvement within three weeks. L’acetic acid present in the’ apple cider vinegar makes it a powerful bleaching agent , which helps to remove spots and make the skin more smooth and bright. Mix the same amount of apple cider vinegar and water. Apply this solution on the spots of melasma and let it dry all’air. Rinse with warm water and gently dry your skin. Follow this remedy once a day. Turmeric can also reduce melanin and help reduce the melasma of the skin. The active ingredient of curcumin has antioxidant properties and lightening. Mix five tablespoons of turmeric powder with 10 tablespoons of milk to make a paste. And the ‘better to use whole milk, because it has l’lactic acid and calcium which helps to exfoliate and soften the skin. Add a tablespoon of chickpea flour to thicken the mixture. Apply this paste evenly on the affected area. Leave it to act for 20 minutes. Then rinse with warm water and dry with a clean cloth.

 

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