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5 Effective Natural Face Whitening Solutions

You may have gorgeously glowing even-toned skin which some people may call white, pale or fair. All that matters is that you can rely on instant skin whitening to achieve that glowing skin your desire. However, you should do this with caution to avoid unsightly irreversible results. With that in mind, here are five skin whitening tips you can use to make your skin a few shades lighter than before.

1. Lemon Juice
Lemon juice is a like a magical health potion with seemingly unlimited benefits. It helps improve digestion, boosts energy, and help you preserve that white smile. In skincare, lemon juice helps to have smooth and fair skin. It has elements with mild-bleaching properties that can lower your skin tone a shade or two. It also works as an exfoliant.

 Pure lemon juice can be too concentrated for some skin types; adding water in equal amounts can help. Use a cotton pad to apply the lemon juice; just dip it in the liquid and dab it on your face and leave it on for 15 minutes even after it has dried and then rinse off with warm water. Use the lemon juice 2 - 3 times weekly and remember to wash it off and apply some moisturize with good sunblock properties.

2. Tomato
Tomatoes are the perfect remedy for sunburns and removing those unwanted signs of a tan. If you are thinking of something that looks simple yet packs quite a punch when it comes to skin lightening, then try a tomato pack. It will help you exfoliate your face while doing many other amazing things to your skin. Take around two tomatoes, a bit of gram flour and blend the two with two tablespoons of lemon juice. Apply the paste in the morning and let it sit for at least half an hour or more before you shower.

3. Milk And Lemon
Milk is a gentle skin whitener. It is rich in enzymes and has great moisturizing properties. It is an excellent choice when looking for something that can balance out the astringent qualities of the lemon juice. A dip in a milk bath is heavenly and only need around a cup or two of milk in your bathtub of warm water. Do not use fat-free milk. Squeeze a juicy lemon into the water and then take a luxurious 20-minute soak in the tub. You can do this once or twice every other week.
  
4. Exfoliation
Exfoliation is not just a practice that helps get rid of dead skin; it can also be used to achieve lighter skin tone according to Dore Aesthetics. When you exfoliate, you remove the dead skin cells that make it appear dull, dry, and tired exposing the refreshed and glowing layer underneath.

You can make a natural exfoliant using sea salt, sugar, corn flour, or fine beach sand. Crushed oatmeal or almonds can work for people with overly delicate skin. When applying the exfoliator, use light pressure as you rub the exfoliant on the skin in gentle circular motions. Exfoliate twice week.

5. Moisturizer
A moisturized skin is less likely to have dead skin cells; it also looks bright and gorgeous. You can use a brightening moisturizer to help you speed things along in your quest for that fair look. However,  going all-natural is the safest best, and this means looking to Mother Nature for answers. Try rubbing coconut oil on the skin after showering. The oil is light and quickly absorbed into the skin in less than ten minutes keeping it supple and well-nourished all day.

And there you have it, five natural answers to achieving a lighter skin tone; You can try one of all of them.


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