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How To Remove Sun Tan With Simple Home Remedies

BY SOMREETA MUKHERJEE

Sun tanning is a persistent problem and no matter how much you try, it is almost impossible to avoid getting that ugly dark patch all over your skin. However, it is surely possible to treat your tanned skin with homemade de-tan recipes that you can prepare easily.

Check out the best ways to treat your sun tan at home:

  1. MILK AND TURMERIC
    Let’s start with an age old remedy that our grand moms would swear by! Milk and turmeric is a golden concoction that is perhaps a miraculous cure to anything that bothers you. Add a pinch of turmeric to 2 tablespoons of milk and apply on the affected areas. Tan goes away in a jiffy!
  2. POTATO JUICE AND LEMON JUICE
    Just put potato in a blender and extract the juice. Mix 2 tablespoons of potato juice with a tablespoon of lemon juice. Lemon juice with its acidic properties, is excellent for tan removal. Apply the solution on your face and wait for 30 minutes, wash off with water.
  3. BUTTERMILK AND OATMEAL
    2 tablespoons of oatmeal in 3 tablespoons of buttermilk- and your homemade tan treatment is ready! Just massage this mixture on the affected areas and wait for sometime before you wash it off. Now that sounds easy, right?
  4. PAPAYA AND HONEY
    Add a tablespoon of organic honey to 2 tablespoons of mashed ripe papaya. Apply this face pack on tanned skin and wait for 30 minutes. Wash off with cold water.
  5. COCONUT WATER AND SANDALWOOD
    Make a smooth paste using sandalwood powder and coconut water. Apply on sun tanned skin and rinse with water after 5 minutes. Not only does this pack help remove sun tan, but it also helps soothe your skin, improve your complexion and add glow to your skin.

While you choose to treat sun tan with home remedies, you choose safety over chemicals and overnight cures. So try to be patient and be regular in approach. Use the remedy/remedies of your choice for at least twice every week and be consistent. Surely you would see amazing results in course of a month!

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