Skin spots or sun spots are dark spots on the skin caused by direct and prolonged exposure to the sun. The spots can occur at any age and are usually not dangerous. People with fair skin are more influenced by sunspots, but anyone can suffer from them.
Of course, we recommend that you always meet and consult with a dermatologist and find out if there is any danger associated with stains that appear on the skin. Once your doctor has determined that they are not dangerous, there are several natural ways to treat sunspots.
Cut a piece of fresh lemon and put it on your skin for 10 to 15 minutes every day. You can use lemon juice too. The acid in lemon helps to clarify spots and removing dead cells of the skin.
Apply Aloe Vera ointment twice a day on the area in which the sunspot appeared. The Aloe Vera is a natural spots’ remover. You can make your own ointment by cutting one leaf of the plant on halves and using the gel which is on the inside.
Boil some green tea (let it boil for 3 to 5 minutes). Let it cool down and then apply some directly on the spots with a cotton swab. The antioxidants in green tea help your skin heal itself.
Spread butter on sunspots and leave it for a few minutes. Butter is a very common spots’ cleaner for years.
Cut red onion and rub gently on sunspots. The acid in onions reduces the sunspots from the skin.