If you aren’t familiar with sunspot, these are dark spots on your skin. As you get older, your skin is more susceptible to getting sunspots. At times, it can be difficult to sort out sunspots without having to use some skin care products.
To avoid getting sunspots, you’ll need to be careful of your time out under the sun. You’ll have to limit your time under the sun as well as putting on some sunscreen. You can also be more particular with the time when you’re out under the sun to avoid putting yourself under further harm.
If you have your share of sunspots but don’t want to go for some commercial skin care products, here are some home remedies your can follow:
– Lemon juice is a common whitening agent. Alone, it can be very harsh on your skin. Try to dilute it a bit with some water to prevent your skin from drying out. Apply the diluted lemon juice to your skin and let it sit for at least 10 minutes before rinsing off with cool water.
– Apple Cider Vinegar has always been praised to be good for your skin. Although putting it directly can be a stinging experience. Try to add some olive oil to the vinegar to soften the sting and protect your skin from drying. It’s best to put some of the mixture right after a bath and leave it for 20 minutes. Rinse with cool water and you’ll enjoy smooth and soft skin.
– Aloe Vera is a very effective moisturizing agent. It’s also good in combating sunspots. Rub some of the aloe vera on the affected skin and let your skin absorb it; no need to rinse. But if it does feel a little sticky, you may want to wash that off.