Summers always create this dilemma of choosing between fashion and the ugly suntan. I recently bought this cute off-shoulder top but I cannot wear it because I don’t want suntanned shoulders. Sun tanning is quite a common issue that people suffer in summers. If you are getting out in sun without covering your hands, feet, legs, you surely will get burnt in sun. The harmful UV rays can produce a large amount of melanin in your skin, making it look darker.
Now, there are many natural ways to remove suntan from face, which are quite simple but when it comes to the rest of body, the task becomes tougher as we neglect some body parts, such as back, neck, upper arms etc. they get sun tanned most often and do not receive proper care. The suntan on these body parts can actually ruin your off-shoulder, backless or micro sleeved dresses or tops.
If you wish to get rid of tan from entire body, you can try out these simple yet natural home remedies.
Lemon contains bleaching properties that allows it to reduce melanin.
Just like lemon, tomato can help you reduce melanin in your skin and make it look brighter.
Gram flour will not only lighten the sun tanned skin but will help you get rid of the dead skin, leaving you with smoother and softer skin.
Now, all of the above tips are easier when it is about the hands, legs and other parts of body that are easily reachable but when it comes to back, these natural ways to remove sun tan might fall short.
In that case, you can try the below mentioned ways to remove tanning.
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