Wednesday, 24 April 2013

BEAUTY TIPS by DEB'S BELLE & STYLES : How to fade Brown spots with Lemon Juice.

Lemon juice clears the skin, reduces acne, softens wrinkles, removes age spots, blemishes, scars and
cleanses excess oils.Brown spots can appear on the skin in any area and can be the result of aging, sun damage, an impaired liver or a nutritional deficiency.
Brown spots can also appear in the form of streaks or blotches after using a sunless tanning cream that was
not applied evenly. Lemon juice has acidic properties that can lighten the skin and peel the first layer of skin
away over time. The juice is less expensive than creams or skin treatments, and it can be purchased in a
grocery store or squeezed from a lemon.

Step 1
Pour some lemon juice into a bowl. You can use bottled lemon juice or squeeze it fresh from a lemon. To use
fresh lemon juice, cut a lemon into wedges and use your fingers to squeeze the juice into the bowl. For
larger amounts, cut a lemon in half and twist each half onto a juicer, collecting the juice in a bowl.

Step 2
Use a cotton ball or cotton swab to apply fresh lemon  juice to the brown spots twice a day.

Step 3
Allow the lemon juice to dry and then rinse it away. Be sure to do this before going outdoors, because your
skin will be more sensitive to the sun while the lemon juice is still wet.

Step 4
Repeat daily until the spots are gone. The gradual process can take a few months as the acidic juice fades
the brown spots.

-Wear sunscreen, hats and protective clothing to prevent future brown spots that occur from sun damage.
-Lemon juice can also be used to strengthen nails, lighten hair, treat dandruff and freshen breath.
-Talk to your doctor if your brown spots appeared suddenly, or are irregular and change color or size. This
could be melanoma, a type of skin cancer. You may need to lighten entire areas of skin if you have a darker
skin tone. Using lemon juice to fade brown spots works best on light skin tones and can cause splotches on
dark skin.

*Lemon or lemon juice
*Cotton ball or swab

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