Uneven Skin Tone Home Remedies

use home remedies on your uneven skin tone

Using home remedies on your uneven skin tone can work wonders.

Whether it was over-exposure to the sun, some spots or just oily skin that started your uneven skin tone, there are quite a few home remedies that can help you take care of it, there are many over the counter creams and products that will deal with the problem. But why spend money unnecessarily when you are more than likely to have all that you need right at home.

Home Remedies for uneven skin tones are not hard to undergo, in some cases a more in-depth treatment is required, this is usually recommended to be carried out by a qualified dermatologist, there are however many home treatments for uneven skin tone that you can do yourself, limiting your time in the sun can cut down the chances of developing uneven skin tone in the first place.

Exfoliating Treatments

Exfoliating your skin to get rid of dead skin cells can have huge beneficial effects on skin tone and there are a number of treatment options that you can use right from your own kitchen cupboard:

  • Dried And Ground Orange Peel With Yoghurt –  Combine some ground up orange peels with a cup full of yogurt followed by gently spreading it over the affected areas, leave in place for ten minutes and then rinse off.
  • Baking Soda Scrub – Add a tablespoon of baking soda and a tablespoon of water together and mix up, apply to your skin in circular motions to the affected area of uneven skin tone. Leave on your skin for a minute and then wash off with some warm clean water.
  • Lemon Juice – Use some neat lemon juice and wipe onto the affected area using cotton wool and allow to dry, this will help towards making your skin appear tight and give your uneven skin tone a better more natural look.

Neally all items listed above are in your cupboard or easily obtained from a local store, these treatments will not only help prevent uneven skin tones but also show a natural skin glow.

Keeping your skin clean and moisturized are essentials to help get rid of the bad skin tones, by applying ,moisturizer to your skin regularly it will keep your skin healthy and supple, dried out skin will give you poor skin tone in general so it is well worth doing. In most cases of pigment discoloration a supplemental moisturizer will be needed as the sebaceous glands do not produce enough natural oils for the skin.

Moisturizing Treatments

  • Honey – You can put this on as a mask, it acts as a natural moisturizer that can treat damaged dried out skin, you can also add oatmeal and avocado crushed to the mix to help relieve itchy skin, stimulate healing and even soften the skin itself.
    get rid of uneven skin tone with some natural home remedies

    Get a much more even skin tone with some natural home remedies.

  • Olive or flaxseed oil – Both of these are affective natural moisturizers that you can either put in the bath or onto your skin directly, they also help to heal damaged skin.
  • Vegetable Rubs –  Making a mix of potato, tomato and cucumber slices, rub on your skin and leave for 10 minutes, this will help moisturize and cleanse your skin.

These are only a few of the home remedies available out there to manage uneven skin tone, even after your symptoms have apparently healed you can continue to use the treatments to give your skin a dazzling glow.

If you see no progression with the treaments after two weeks, it is time to consult a licensed professional such as a dermatologist, always remember to drink plenty of water and eat a healthy balanced diet with plenty of fruit and veg this will keep your system healthy and give you a good natural skin glow.

Finally a way to get rid of uneven skin tone at home! without the use of pills, potions or any other expensive rubbish.

I hope this article has been of some help for you and feel free to please comment below or email me at fatteardown@outlook.com should you wish to share your story, have further tips to share or wish to have help with anything.



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