How to treat Sun-Tanned Skin with Ayurvedic, Herbal, and Natural Products

When our skin gets exposed to the sun it not only tans but it also causes skin problems like dark spots and hyperpigmentation. Sun has some really harmful UV radiation which takes away the moisture of our skin and results in sun tanning and making the skin look dull and pale. You can use anti tan herbal products for this problem.

Natural ways of removing tan :

As per the Ancient Ayurveda, Turmeric, Saffron, Sugar, and Nut-based oils are excellent in healing skin tanning. Here, we are going to talk  about some simple tan removal home remedies which will help you to remove tan from your body and face.

1. Lemon Juice And Honey To Remove Tan

Lemon juice contains Vitamin C which is a great tan removal agent it acts as a bleach. Also the citric acid present in lemon helps in curing acne and reducing dark spots.

You just have to squeeze fresh lemon juice and add some honey to it. Apply the mixture on your skin for 30 minutes and after that you face it with a mild cleanser.

If you don’t want to use it as a mask you can use it as a scrub by mixing some sugar with lemon. This not only removes tan but it will also help in removing dead skin.

2. Coconut Milk For Natural De-Tan Treatment

Coconut milk oil helps in restoring the lost moisture it makes our skin hydrated and nourished.  It has Vitamin C and mild acids which help in removing tan at home.

You just have to soak a cotton ball in fresh and organic coconut milk and dab it all over your face. After that wait till it is absorbed completely and wash it with a mild cleaner.

3. Tan Removal with Oatmeal And Buttermilk

You just have to soak 2 teaspoons of oats or oatmeal in half a cup of water for about five minutes. Then Add 2-3 teaspoons of fresh, plain buttermilk and then mix it well. If you want to use it as a face pack then add some honey it will make your skin nourished. Mix these ingredients well till it forms a paste then apply it to your face, neck, arms, and other areas which are affected by tanning.

After 20 minutes Rub it in a circular motion and wash off your skin will look fresh and brighter-looking.

Oatmeal has excellent exfoliating and skin cleansing properties. Buttermilk is rich in lactic acid which removes tan, softens the skin, and improves skin tone.

The home remedies mentioned above are useful for removing tan from all over the body. However, if you want to remove tan from your face, then the following home remedies and de-tan treatments will be useful.

Face tan removal remedies

Want to remove face tan then make Saffron, Sandalwood, Turmeric, and Multani Mitti your best friends which are miraculous when it comes to removing suntan from your face. You can go with good sun protection ayurvedic products. Here are some of the ways in which you can use them to get the best results.

1. Saffron and Milk To Remove Face Tan

You need to soak a few strands of saffron in milk overnight. Apply this milk to affected areas of your face. If you need more moisture for your skin, try soaking saffron in cream instead of milk.

Saffron has been an exceptional beauty ingredient found in Indian households for centuries. It is very effective and gives you glowing skin, improves your skin texture, lightens your dark circles, and also fights bacterias that cause acne and pimples.

2. Sandalwood and Turmeric For Face Tan Removal

Make a skin pack by mixing sandalwood powder either with milk or coconut water. To get more effective results you can also add turmeric to this pack. All the contents of this pack have some properties that will help you get rid of your face tanning in one way or the other.

The Face Tan Pack containing Multani Mitti And Rose Water Combo

Make a smooth paste by mixing rose water and Multani mitti together for 20 to 30 minutes. If you find it difficult to find rose water, you can use pure rose water for a more soothing effect and better results. Apply a layer of this paste on the affected areas and let it dry for some time. Once it has dried completely, wash it off with mild water or a cleanser.

Multani Mitti has some cooling and soothing properties that cure sunburn. It makes your skin glow by removing the suntan.

3. Almond Scrub for Face Tan

Grind a handful of almonds with rose water to make a thick paste and use it on the affected areas of the face as a tan removal scrub. To have more effective results you can also pinch some lemon on the paste before applying it to your face. Almonds contain Vitamin E that nourish the skin and heal it from damage caused by the harmful rays of the sun. Due to its amazing bleaching properties, almonds also help in removing tan.

How To Remove Hand Tanning

Our hands are exposed to the Sun as our face. If we go out in the Sun wearing half sleeves or no sleeves at all, we can easily get tanned. For those who have to spend a lot of time outdoors due to their work or any other reason, here are some tan removal home remedies for hands and arms that will be quite useful.

1. Cucumber To Remove Sun Tan From Arms

Get all the juice of cucumber by grinding it in your juicer. You can also mash a cucumber and squeeze it afterward to get the juice out. Take some soft cotton or cotton cloth pieces to apply the juice all over your skin, especially on your hands. Let it dry for some time and wash thoroughly.

Thanks to its cooling effect, cucumber is very beneficial for sunburnt skin and helps remove tan.

2. Lemon And Sugar for Removing Tan From Hands

Take equal quantities of lemon juice and sugar granules and mix them well together to make a scrub. This scrub can be stored in a jar to be refrigerated for further use. Use this scrub every alternate day on the affected portion to cure the tan.

To make tan removal easier for you, we have an entire range of skincare products that will help you in removing tan and revealing a glowing and vibrant complexion.

You can also choose the appropriate product from Just Herbs like petalsoft anti-tan rose face pack, aloe vera face gel + petalsoft anti-tan rose face pack.

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