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Mix this thing with a piece of ginger, the face will be spotless like an actress


Dark spots reduce the beauty of the face. 
But you can treat blemishes on your face at home.

Remove Dark Spots at home: Acne, dust-soil, skin related problems etc. cause dark spots on the face. It destroys the beauty of the face. But by mixing some things in a small piece of ginger kept at home, you can completely remove the blemishes of the face. By using some things with ginger, you will get flawless and beautiful skin like an actress.

Use of ginger to remove dark spots
on the face The dark spots on the face are due to skin defects, dead cells and acne etc. Ginger can be used to remove them. Ginger contains collagen-boosting antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that reduce skin damage and inflammation.

Dark Spots Treatment:
Make a paste by mixing a little honey in ginger powder with honey . Now apply this paste well on the face and leave it for at least 20 minutes. When this paste dries, wash the face with lukewarm water.

Extract the
juice of a piece of aloe vera with ginger and mix fresh aloe vera gel in it. You can also mix a few drops of honey with it. Now apply this paste on the dark spots of the face and leave it for half an hour. After that wash off with lukewarm water.

Green tea with ginger To
remove facial spots, add ginger while making green tea. Now filter this green tea and apply it on the spots when it is lukewarm. After drying for half an hour, wash the face with lukewarm water.

Lemon with ginger For
dark spots treatment, grind ginger and mix lemon juice in it and apply it on the spots. After this mixture dries, wash the face with cold water. This will lighten the skin tone.

Olive oil with
ginger, extract the juice of a piece of ginger and mix a few drops of olive oil in it. Apply this mixture on the spots and let it dry for about 15 minutes. After that wash the face with lukewarm water.

The information provided here is not a substitute for any medical advice. It is being given only for the purpose of education.

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