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The Glowing Skin Secrets: 5 Natural Cures for Hyperpigmentation

Hyperpigmentation causes the surface of the skin to appear dark and patchy. It can be very stubborn to treat. Skincare professionals may try to treat hyperpigmentation for years with little or no change. However, there are some natural remedies that can heal this skin problem. Regardless of your age or skin color, you can get flawless skin by using the remedies below.

What is Hyperpigmentation?

Hyperpigmentation is a skin condition which causes the skin to appear darker in patchy areas, due to the overproduction of melanin. The result is tan spots on the surface of the skin. It is also known as melasma. This skin condition should not be confused with hypopigmentation. In hypopigmentation, certain areas on the skin appear lighter that other areas.

The Causes of Hyperpigmentation

Overexposure to the sun is the most common cause of hyperpigmentation. Other causes include injury, diseases like jaundice and cyanosis, emotional stress, genetics, and hormonal changes.

Natural Treatments

1. Lemon Juice and Honey

Lemon juice and honey against hyperpigmentation

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The lemon juice in this mixture acts as a mild bleach to lighten the color of the skin. The honey in the mixture is used as a skin conditioner. To use, mix equal parts of freshly squeezed lemon juice and organic raw honey. Place the mixture on the darker parts of your skin and leave on for 10-20 minutes. Wash off. Be sure to avoid using this remedy if you have sensitive skin.

2. Cucumber

The juice of fresh cucumber is excellent for the health of the skin. It brightens, soothes, and evens out the pigment. Purchase an organic cucumber and extract its juice using a juicer. Then apply the juice to the darker spots on your skin. Leave the juice on for half an hour, then wash off any excess. Do this treatment daily for maximum results.

3. Aloe Vera and Vitamin E

Aloe vera hyperpigmentation remedy

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Aloe vera has many healing properties that will benefit the skin. It also has a powerful soothing effect. Vitamin E is a great moisturizer and also contains skin-healing agents. For this recipe, you will need a fresh organic aloe vera leaf and some vitamin E capsules. First, squeeze out some aloe gel from the leaf and apply directly to the skin. Let it soak into the surface of your skin for 20 minutes before wiping off any excess gel. Then, break open a vitamin E capsule and massage the oil into the same spot.

4. Potato

Potatoes are great for bleaching darker areas of the skin. They are also excellent for removing blemishes. To use, rub a potato slice over the area you would like to lighten every day. Another way to use the potato is to juice it and apply the juice to the skin.

5. Turmeric

Turmeric hyperpigmentation remedy

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Turmeric is an amazing healing herb that can be used to clear the skin and brighten it as well. It has powerful anti-inflammatory properties. If your hyperpigmentation is caused by too much sun exposure or injury, this is an excellent remedy for you! To create a turmeric mask, combine 1 teaspoon turmeric powder with 2 tablespoons of flour, 1/2 teaspoon of organic almond oil, and enough water to create a thick paste. Then, apply the mask to your affected areas for 10-20 minutes. Wash it away with water and repeat daily.

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