Acne Scar Removal Home Remedies Fast For Oily Skin

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messages to my daily upload. As you age, you realize that wrinkles can
make you look much older than you really are. But there are other culprits that can add
years to your appearance. One of these is getting dark spots on your
skin. Fortunately, there are home remedies, topical
products, and cosmetic procedures that could effectively fade or permanently remove dark
spots. Below, I am sharing with you the most common
treatments. 1. Apply Lemon Juice Lemon juice’s acidity acts like a bleaching
agent and helps reduce discoloration on your face.1 Use a cotton ball or Q-tip to apply
the juice onto your liver spots twice a day. It is a good idea to test this first on a
small area of your face to see how your skin will react to the lemon juice. If you have sensitive skin, I recommend diluting
the juice with a bit of water. 2. Use Aloe Vera Gel The gel of the aloe vera plant is chock-full
of antioxidants like vitamins A, C, and, E, which help to reduce brown spots and even
out skin tone.2 Vitamin A speeds up your skin’s natural shedding process, vitamin C brightens
your complexion, and vitamin E renews the epidermis. Aloe works especially well if you have dark
spots caused by sun exposure because the plant has been used for thousands of years to relieve
sunburns. You can buy 100% aloe vera gel at a health
food store, but using gel directly from the plant is preferable. To do this, cut off a piece of an aloe vera
leaf and split it in half. Carve out the jelly-like flesh and apply this
directly onto your skin. 3. Yogurt or Buttermilk These diary products contain high amounts
of lactic acid, which lightens and exfoliates the skin. You can apply yogurt or buttermilk directly
onto your skin like a mask and leave it on for 20 minutes before washing it off.3 4. Apple Cider Vinegar Rich in antioxidants and minerals, apple cider
vinegar is a popular home product used for treating all sorts of ailments. Those with scarring and pigmentation swear
by this simple remedy because the alpha hydroxy acid gets rid of dead skin cell.4 Mix equal parts apple cider vinegar and water. You can apply this over your entire face because
it is pH balanced, so it acts as a toner. However, if you detest the smell, let the
solution sit for 20 minutes before rinsing. There are a lot of topical treatments on the
market that promise to get rid of dark spots. Choose one that contains hydroquinone, a bleaching
agent that helps remove age spots and is safe to use on the skin. You can also use one that contains kojic acid,
which has bleaching properties as well. 2. Retinoid This is a potent manmade form of vitamin A,
and it works by encouraging rapid cell-turnover. When old skin cells die, they make way for
new skin growth. The idea is to shed the layer of skin with
the dark spots so that new, unblemished skin can grow in its place. Retinoid also curbs the production of melanin
(the pigment your skin produces that creates dark spots). If you purchase over-the-counter treatments,
the ingredient you will find is called “retinol,” which is a vitamin A that naturally occurs
in the skin. This form of vitamin A is not as potent as
retinoid.5 Retinoids are prescription-only and fall under
these three names: Tretinoin, including the brands Atralin, Retin-A,
Retin-A Micro, and Renova These products are 100 times more potent than
the retinol found over the counter.6 3. Salicylic Acid You may have heard of salicylic acid being
used to treat acne, but it can also be used to lighten dark spots. Salicylic acid works by causing the outermost
layer of the skin to soften and then peel. This helps remove dead skin cells and allows
new cells to surface. 4. Glycolic Acid This is a an AHA (alpha hydroxy acid) derived
from sugar and works as a natural exfoliator, sloughing off dead skin to promote the growth
of new skin cells. Dermatologists suggest using a product with
at least 10% glycolic acid in order to see results.7 5. Medical Treatments If you have the money and you want fast results,
you can opt for medical treatments. Common treatments for dark spots include chemical
peels, microdermabrasion, and laser therapy. Chemical peel and microdermabrasion promote
skin regeneration by removing the top layer of the skin. Laser therapy involves the use of different
types of lasers that reduce accumulated melanin on a certain area. It is best to consult your doctor and ask
about which treatment is best for your skin type. How to Prevent Dark Spots on Your Face
Sun damage is the primary cause of dark spots, so be sure to protect yourself from harmful
UVA and UVB rays. Steer clear of tanning beds. Wear sunscreen with at least SPF 30. If you are using vitamin A or a product that
exfoliates, your skin will be even more sensitive to the sun, so cover your face as much as
possible. Make sure to wear protective gears and clothing
that minimize sun contact as much as possible. Hats and sunglasses are great accessories
to help shield your face from the sun. Seek shade whenever possible. What Causes Dark Spots on Face? 1. Sun Damage (Solar Lentigos) The leading cause of dark spots, liver spots,
and/or freckles is sun damage. Overexposure to UVA/UVB rays, either directly
from the sun or through the use of tanning beds, breaks down collagen and causes your
skin to produce excess melanin, which leads to discoloration or hyperpigmentation. The damage may not be evident right away,
especially if you are young, but you will see the effects of sun damage more prominently
when you hit your 40s. 2. Melasma Women are more likely to suffer from this
condition. It is characterized by brown to gray-brown
patches that appear on the skin. It is usually caused by sun damage but can
also appear during pregnancy. 3. Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (Acne
Scarring) Acne sufferers often develop dark spots or
hyperpigmentation caused by injury of the skin through picking or popping pimples. I hope you found How To Get Rid Of Dark Spots
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