7 100% Chemical-Free Ways to Bleach Skin Naturally ...

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Bad tanning results or simply random darker bits might really mess up your appearance and make you feel bad.2

Luckily there are many ways to bleach skin naturally, without any of those chemicals the doctors are warning us to stay away from.

Yup, a homemade skin bleach can be made with 100% natural ingredients and, if you want to learn how to make it, I suggest you take a peek at these following natural skin bleach recipes:2

1. Lemon, Honey and Milk Homemade Skin Bleach

Mix together powdered milk, freshly squeezed lemon juice and some honey dosing the ingredients depending on the area you want to cover.

Mix well until the milk powder has dissolved and formed a thick paste then apply to your face, neck, shoulders or pretty much any area you want to brighten and rejuvenate.

Due to it’s both cleansing and nurturing properties, the mask can be used multiple times during the week although you should do a patch-test first to determine your skin’s reaction to lemon juice.

2. Oatmeal and Tomato Mask

Next on my list of suggestions on ways to bleach skin naturally would be to give the oatmeal and tomato mask a shot.3

This mask cleanses, exfoliates and brightens skin very effectively and is a perfect thing to use a couple of weeks after your summer holidays, when your gorgeous bronzy tan starts to come off in spots.

All you’ll have to do is mix oatmeal and tomato juice until you get a paste, apply the mixture and leave it to dry before you rinse it off gently.

So simple!

3. Dandelion Ointment

Dandelion leaves are yet another way to bleach skin naturally so be patient, apply your dandelion mixture frequently and your freckles, sun or age spots should become much lighter and less noticeable.2

The mixture itself can be made in many different ways and even bought in some pharmacies or specialized shops but, in case you feel crafty or can’t find a natural, yet, affordable ready-made solution, here’s a few ways on how to do it.

Chop fresh dandelion leaves (you’ll need about a quarter of a cup), steep them in castor oil for about two weeks then strain and use every day.

You can also brew a strong chamomile and dandelion tea, let it sit overnight then strain and use it to rinse larger areas of skin.

Don’t throw away your herbs either – pat them into more noticeable darker spots and let them dry before you rinse off.2

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