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5 Ways to Treat Uneven Skin Tone

Uneven Skin tone makes the complexion look sallow and Unhealthy. However, It can be prevented if the below given tips are followed!

Fashion & Beauty By Meenakshi ChaudharyJul 10, 2013

Facial Cleanser

Wash off your face with water. Now apply a mild exfoliating cleanser into the skin and rinse it off with lukewarm water. The exfoliator helps in removing the built up dead skin cells that can lead to skin discolorations. This should be done four to five times in a week to avoid skin from over drying.

Lemon juice

Slice a lemon into quarters and rub it on your face over the affected area. Allow the lemon juice to remain there for ten to fifteen minutes. Now rinse off your face with warm water. The lemon juice will subtly and safely help in reducing the appearance of uneven skin tones. Repeat this every day for one week.

Tomato Pulp

Take a ripe tomato and remove the pulp out of it. Work this pulp on the affected areas of the skin and allow it to dry for ten to fifteen minutes before washing it off warm water. Try this task every day for at least one week.

Facial Mask

Apply a facial mask that contains rose petals, vitamin A or avocado once a week. All the three ingredients will help in adding moisture to the skin which will in turn help in fading away the unwanted uneven tone. Keep the mask for a while and then rinse it off warm water.

Potato Slice

Cut a ripe potato in half and rub it over the blotchy areas on your face. Allow the potato juice to remain there for about ten to fifteen minutes before you wash it off with warm water. Flesh of potato has a natural skin lightning property that helps in correcting the uneven skin tones. Try this every day for at least one week.

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