Home Remedies To Fix Your Uneven Skin Tone

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Do you have dark patches and an uneven skin tone? It’s totally okay if you’re not bothered by this, it’s an issue many women have. But if you’re really conscious about it and you’re sick of hiding your pigmentation problems with makeup, you might be interested in some home remedies that can help you out. 

What are The Causes of Uneven Skin Tone?

There can be a few different suspects when it comes to causes of uneven skin tone or dark patches. This kind of pigmentation can be caused by hormonal imbalances, ageing, or too much exposure to the sun. Genetics is also a common culprit.

But you’re probably here to find out how you can fix your uneven skin tone, right? There are a few things you can do.

Uneven Skin Tone Treatment – How to Fix It?

The first thing you need to think about when it comes to problems with dark patches is your lifestyle. Make sure you drink water regularly and use moisturiser for your face and skin. Wear sunscreen all the time when you’re going out in the sun, or pick a face moisturiser that has SPF.

Also, certain foods can encourage ageing faster, so if you want to be extra cautious, you can try staying away from them. These include alcohol, greasy and processed foods, dairy, spicy foods, etc.

What else can you do?

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Home Remedies for Uneven Skin Tone

When it comes to patchy skin, there are quite a few home remedies out there that you can use to try to get rid of them. So here are some natural or home remedies for uneven skin tone and dark patches, and you can give them a shot.

1. Lemon Juice

You may know about this one already, but lemon juice is quite popularly used as a skin lightener. Aside from adding more citrus to your diet, you can use lemon juice on the affected areas. Squeeze out some lemon and dab the juice onto your skin. Let it stay on for about 10 minutes before you wash it off, and try to do this regularly.

2. Niacin

Niacin is actually a nutrient that can help with uneven skin tone and can help you fix your dark patches. It also helps with wrinkles and can hydrate the skin. It’s found in certain foods like mushrooms, tuna, poultry, and green peas. So you can try eating these to increase your niacin intake.

3. Honey

Honey is also supposed to help you fix your dark patches. You can apply warm honey to your skin and leave it on for about 20 minutes, before washing it off

4. Blackseed oil

Nigella sativa oil is also called blackseed oil, and can be used to treat uneven skin tone, due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Blackseed oil can also be used to help with vitiligo, and it makes your skin soft and supple.

5. Salicylic acid

Salicylic acid is often used in skin treatments and in skincare and medicines you can buy from the pharmacy. It exfoliates your skin’s outer layer specifically, and can help to get rid of damaged cells. It can also treat discolouration and pigmentation problems, and help with acne and scars.

6. Milk

The lactic acid in milk can help to lighten your skin and get rid of dark patches. Use raw milk on your skin and keep it overnight. You can wash it off with water in the morning. Or, you can use a milk powder paste. Add some milk to milk powder so everything forms a thick paste, and then apply it to the affected areas. The bleaching agents that are there in the milk will help to even out your skin.

7. Yogurt

Yogurt also has bleaching agents. Not only does it help with skin tone, it also acts as an exfoliator for your skin. It helps lighten scars too. You can add a small amount of water to yogurt and then apply it onto your uneven patches. Try this regularly for best results.

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It can be hard if you’ve got serious problems with uneven skin tone, and then maybe you should consider seeing a skin specialist (only if it bothers you, though). But if your first step is home remedies, you can try out any of these natural cures to see if they’ll help improve your skin tone. Good luck and stay healthy!