Freckles or small dark brown/black spots on face or body is a harmless spots and occurs on people who normally don’t get tan but instead get freckles. You may find freckles on face, chest, arms or on your back. Some people might find freckles adorable but this is not the case with everyone, their are people who find it annoying as well. Freckles are caused due to over exposure to sun. Always apply Sunscreen, 20 minutes before you step out of the home and make sure that your Sunscreen contains SPF 30. Their are laser treatments available to remove freckles, they might be effective but expensive at the same time. Here are some natural home remedy on how to fade freckles effectively.
Lemon JuiceTake 1 tablespoon of fresh lemon juice in that add 1 tablespoon of rose water, mix both the ingredients nicely and apply it on your freckles, leave it for 10 minutes and then wash it with the normal or tab water. Lemon juice is an effective ingredient to fade freckles or dark brown/black spots from face if used it in a right way. Repeat this twice if you have dry skin and thrice if you have oily skin in a week . Use this remedy before going to bed and not during the day time. Please make sure not to apply it during the day time and walk under the sun. Even after you wash your face, the effect of lemon juice is still their, so please do not apply it during the day time. Lemon juice is rich in citric acid, vitamin C and it also works as a bleaching agent, which makes the skin lighter and fades the freckles effectively.
Tomato Paste/PureeFirst take a blending jar add half chopped tomato in it and blend it in a puree foam. Now apply this tomato puree on your freckles before going to bed, leave it for 15-20 minutes and then rinse it with the tab or normal water. Now again don't apply it during day time and walk under the sun. Repeat this thrice a week for better and fast result. Tomato has natural bleaching properties in it that lightens the skin effectively. It also contains lycopene, an antioxidant, which helps to reduce the dark discoloration from the skin.