Discolorations and dark spots on the skin can make it difficult to deal with. It is difficult to treat skin pigmentation, age spots, and melasma. There are many fading creams available on the market, but some of them can be dangerous and cause more harm than good. There are many reasons people choose melasma natural treatment.
Some are ineffective and wasteful of money and time. There is a chance that a simple and natural home remedy could be the answer you are looking for. In my late twenties, I noticed a darkening spot on my forehead. I didn't realize what it was. It was dirt. It wouldn't go away! It was not washable!
Age spots look a lot like dark, large freckles. Melasma, which is a patchy darkening of the skin around the temples, forehead, and cheeks, is also known as melasma. The same lightening products can be used to treat both melasma and age spots.
Vinegar: Mix equal parts vinegar and water and use it to clean and rinse your skin. To seal in moisture, let dry on a rack. You can also use the vinegar/water combination as an astringent and toner. Vinegar, which is chemically acetic, can be used to brighten and whiten skin. It also makes it smoother and radiant. Vinegar has been used as a skin moisturizer for many years. It is recommended to use apple cider or other natural vinegar, but some prefer distilled white vinegar.
Onion juice: You can either finely chop an onion or blend it and then squeeze the juice through a cheesecloth. Mix equal parts apple cider vinegar and apply it twice daily using a cotton ball. Watch for the results in the following weeks. You can also cut an onion slice, dip it into vinegar and apply it to the pigmentation.
Lemon Juice: Applying fresh lemon juice to pigmentation can have a similar effect as the onion remedy. It is acidic so it can safely peel off the skin's top layer, which causes spots to fade.
Home remedies for age spots, pigmentation, discoloration, and melasma include vinegar, lemon juice, and onion. This treatment was effective in lightening my skin over several weeks.