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Melasma usually appears as greyish brown patches on the face and, occasionally, on the arms, chest, or back. It is common in women and...
We’ve all been there. Flawless skin throughout the week and your skin breaking out right when you need for it to be perfect. Breakouts...
With the pregnancy "glow" come a host of skin problems. But, these can be treated effectively. Hormonal changes cause acne and melasma. These can be treated with topical creams. Skin tags are caused due to estrogen and mast cells. They can be treated with an Ayurvedic herb procedure. Rapid weight gain causes PUPPPs and stretch marks. Topical creams can treat the former, while laser treatments might alleviate the symptoms of the latter.
Our skin is sensitive and falls victim to irritation, inflammation, and allergy quite easily. Some of these conditions do not have a permanent cure. Our desire for glowing, clear skin makes us resort to harmful cosmetics and intense chemical treatments to achieve a better look. But there are several natural remedies with natural ingredients that can help control and alleviate the discomfort. Some of these include honey, coconut oil, aloe vera, and yogurt, which are gentle on the skin and do not harbor the possible harmful side effects of medication or cosmetic treatments.
Melasma or hyperpigmentation is a skin condition where brown to gray-brown patches appear on the face. While the exact cause is not known, exposure to the sun is considered a trigger. All natural remedies such as topical application of lemon juice, diluted apple cider vinegar, aloe gel, onion juice, lactic acid, or a mix of oatmeal powder, milk, and honey may help.