5 Natural Ways To Get Rid Of Those Unaesthetic Brown Spots

5 Natural Ways To Get Rid Of Those Unaesthetic Brown Spots

We all know them. They are smaller or larger in different brown shades usually located on the face, hands, back or neckline. Some call them sun spots, some age spots, but no matter how you say, you should know that you have at hand several remedies to get rid of these brown spots. With products that you can easily find in your kitchen you can reduce those pigmentation spots. Below I’ll make a list with the ingredients that are very useful in “wiping those brown spots away”.


Very simple! You just have to rub regularly the affected areas with potato slices. Or you can make potato juice and with the help of a cotton pad wipe the affected areas for a few minutes, every night.

Apple cider vinegar

Helps illuminate the skin and makes this ingredient a great choice if you are dealing with pigmentation spots. You just have to mix apple cider vinegar and water in equal quantities, soak a cotton pad in the solution and apply on the affected areas. Let it act for several minutes then rinse with warm water.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera helps the skin to shine because it contains mucilaginous polysaccharides. Use Aloe Vera gel on the pigmented skin, regularly, and you’ll see the results after a few days.

Orange peel

It contains citric acid, which can help in fading those brown spots on the skin. Make a mixture of 1 teaspoon of lemon juice, 1 teaspoon of milk, 1 tablespoon of honey and 1 tablespoon of dry orange peel powder. Apply the mixture on the affected areas and massage gently. Let it act for half an hour, then rinse.


It’s a fruit rich in vitamin E, which helps to reduce blemishes on the skin. More, it contains fatty acids, oleic acid and vitamin C, which also are very helpful in getting rid of those brown spots. You have to mash a ripe avocado, add 2 teaspoons of honey and 1 teaspoon of milk. Mix until you get a homogenous paste and apply the mixture on the affected areas. Let it dry then rinse with lukewarm water.

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