Natural recipes to lighten hands and feet

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Exposure of the hands and feet to the sun for a long time causes the appearance of dark spots, which become widespread with time; in order to avoid this, we review in this report, natural recipes for lightening the hands and feet, according to what was mentioned by the “aromamagic” website.

Coconut oil recipe

It is recommended to wash the hands and feet after returning from outside, to keep the skin clean and healthy, because dirt leads to clogging of the skin pores. It is also recommended to clean the hands and feet with a gentle soap or body lotion, while applying a moisturizer or coconut oil that helps moisturize the skin and protect it from changing its color to a dark color.

Lemon recipe

Prepare a small amount of lemon juice, dip a cotton ball in it, wipe the hands and feet with cotton, rub for 2 to 3 minutes, leave them to dry, then wash the feet and hands with cold water. This recipe helps in lightening the skin, because the lemon contains a high percentage of vitamin C, which contributes to controlling melanin production and also supports collagen production, and works to lighten dark skin, with the need to moisturize the skin after the recipe.

Orange peel recipe

Orange peel contains a high percentage of antioxidants and vitamin C, so it helps to clean and lighten the pores of the skin, so it is recommended to prepare a tablespoon of orange peel powder, adding 1 tablespoon of orange juice and 2 tablespoons of rose water and mix them well, then put them on the dark areas of the body, wait for 15 minutes, and then wash the hands and feet with water.

Yogurt and tomato recipe

This recipe helps lighten and nourish the hands and feet, so it is recommended to prepare the pulp of a medium-sized tomato, add a teaspoon of yogurt and a few drops of lemon juice, mix the mixture and apply it on the dark areas of the skin, leave it for 15 minutes, then wash the body with cold water.

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