The wedding season is here. As you browse through your wardrobe for that perfect lehenga to wear on your best friend’s wedding, or that stunning suit to wear to your colleague’s sangeet, don’t forget about your skin. Although, skincare should be a part of your daily routine, “Tough times call for tough measures”. If you still haven’t sworn by a daily skincare routine, then this may be the time you do. We will address common skin problems for Indians in this #Skinimalism posts.
Too many of us suffer from hyperpigmentation. Hyperpigmentation has been one of the most concerning dermatological issues. While the phenomenon is widespread throughout the globe, research has found out that Asians to be more susceptible to hyperpigmentation.
Hyperpigmentation itself is a concerning condition, but it also gives rise to other dermatological conditions such as dark circles, & melasma.
Treating hyperpigmentation can be a long-overdue & quite costly procedure. However, you can always simply take precautionary measures to avoid it. Avoiding direct sunlight as much as possible, using an SPF rich sunscreen can be quite helpful.
Here are some natural remedies that you can try out. In fact, the ingredients for these home remedies might be lying in your kitchen right now!
People have looked up to turmeric for ages because of its healing properties. If you have grown up in an Indian household, there is no way you have never heard your grandmother suggesting to apply turmeric paste on your skin. Turmeric is a safe, effective solution for your skin and can help cure uneven skin tone. Using a mask, made of equal part honey and equal part turmeric can help reduce the spots caused by hyperpigmentation.
This is an ingredient which receives a lot less recognition than it should. But this might not be the same almond oil, like the one present on your kitchen shelf. The one that is made to strengthen your skin is often fortified with niacin & vitamin E.
Acne is known to be one of the most infamous skin problems among teenagers. And it has given rise to the myth that acne goes away with age, which indeed is wrong information. Acne is caused by pollution, microparticles of dust, sweat, and even humidity also plays a part.
Listening to the causes, the solution may seem simple, but that’s not the case. Cleaning and washing your skin might help your skin to look fresh for some time, but that is not a permanent solution to acne. As there are several types of acne, different reasons that cause the acne, and different solutions based on the need. It is important to visit a professional if you are suffering from acne for quite some time now.
And to more disappointment, natural remedies have not yet proved to be an effective acne treatment. Although natural ingredients such as Tea tree oil, Witch Hazel can soothe your skin to certain limitations, there are no proven results that these products can help to cure acne. On the other hand, these products have their own flaws. Often they cause skin irritation which might be the last thing you would want to deal with.
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