The baking soda is already familiar for its many usages as for ingredients in many beauty treatments and hair and skin uses as well.
There are many people that are facing the issue of having dark spots. So the baking soda is beneficial for this, you can mix it with some other ingredients and then apply it on your skin in order to lighten those dark places.
Below you can see how to remove dark spots at home
- Why are the dark spots appearing on our skin?
- It is due to having too much production of melanin (skin pigment), too much exposure to UV light, due to some changes in the hormones or a diet maybe.
- How to remove dark spots naturally?
Can you use the baking soda for dark spots on your face?
The answer is yes. The baking soda also acts as an exfoliating agent which will get rid of the dead cells and as well the darkness from your skin. Another benefit is that it is balancing the pH level of the skin, which is essential for having clear skin.
How can you use it for your face spots?
Below we will tell you one method that you can prepare yourself and are based on baking soda. Keep reading:
Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda
This treatment is beneficial because the acetic acid included in apple cider vinegar combines with the baking soda for exfoliating the top layer of skin, which then reveals the lighter tones below.
- 2 teaspoons of baking soda
- Apple cider vinegar
- Slowly add the apple cider vinegar to the baking soda until a smooth paste is formed.
- Then apply this mix on the dark spots and leave it like that for a period of 15 minutes.
- Then use cold water to wash it.
You can also use this method once a day, every day, until you remove the dark spots from your face.
[Read: Homemade Cream for Loose Skin]
However, if your skin is sensitive, then you can dilute the apple cider vinegar, and then just keep the mask a little longer on your skin for better results.
I believe this will help you solve your problem and remove the dark spots from your face successfully without using any expensive artificial face creams that may be more harmful than useful.