Getting Rid Of Sunspots Naturally Here are some home remedies and natural treatments for sunspots. Much of the evidence is anecdotal, so results may vary depending on how dark the spots are and individual response to the remedy. If you have sensitive skin or have allergies that could make you erupt in a rash, avoid these methods. Always do a test patch on some skin to ensure you are not allergic before using it across the body on all sunspots.
Papaya The green papaya skin can be used to treat sunspots. The fleshy side of the skin can be rubbed on the affected skin very gently.
Lemon Juice And Other Natural Bleaching Agents Lightening the skin with natural bleaching agents like lemon juice or by gently rubbing a lemon skin on your face and skin can help potentially fade age spots. Other natural agents include cucumber skin or cucumber juice, green grapes, milk, and strawberries that can be applied pulped or juiced and dabbed on gently with a cotton ball.
How Aloe vera gel helps in getting rid of dark spots
Aloe vera has long been known as a natural remedy for a host of skin problems. The soothing cooling gel, when applied to sun-damaged skin, doesn’t just heal skin but also helps with age spots.
DOES VITAMIN C HELPS IN CLEARING SPOTS ON SKIN
Vitamins C And E Antioxidants are known to help fight free radical damage and oxidative stress – factors responsible for aging skin and in part, causing damage like sunspots. Which is why vitamins C and E are recommended for consumption as well as topical use to treat sunspots or age spots. Consume foods like citrus fruits, papaya, pineapple, strawberries, spinach, broccoli, brussels sprouts, potatoes, and tomatoes that are rich in Vitamin C; or nuts, seeds, green leafy vegetables, and vegetable oils rich in Vitamin E.
GREEN TEA ONLY HEALTH? NOT FOR BEAUTY? HERE IS YOUR ANSWER
Green tea as a topical treatment is also suggested. Simply brew the tea and use a clean cotton ball to apply to your age spots. The anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits are said to help with treating sun damage to skin.
Yogurt The natural acids in yogurt, like papaya, can help remove the top layer of skin acting as a natural peel. Fresh new skin is revealed underneath and the sunspots get sloughed off with the dead skin. Simply apply to the face directly and leave on. Add some oatmeal to create a scrub and get rid of that layer of rough sun damaged skin. Just take care to be gentle.