8 Natural Home Remedies to Clear Melasma

A common skin condition that affects many people is skin hyperpigmentation, which is also known as melasma.
Melasma affects an estimated six million people in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. It affects more women than men.
Melasma affects the natural color of your skin and causes your skin to form brown patches on your face. The main reason for this is an increased production of melanin in your skin cells.
This is usually due to an over-exposure to the sun. There are also other things that contribute to this, as well.
These factors can include hormonal changes in the body, excessive stress, toxins within the body, thyroid issues and using birth control pills. Melasma can often be mistaken for freckles or age spots on the skin.
However, brown spots that are caused by melasma are usually larger, darker and are of an irregular shape.
Brown spots on the face can also cause a beauty concern for many people.
There are over-the-counter medication and treatment options available in your local market.
However, before turning to these solutions, keep in mind that they may have negative side effects.
Luckily, there are some at-home treatments that can also help right inside of your kitchen cupboards, spice cabinets and refrigerator.
These all-natural products can help to restore your natural skin color without any harmful side effects.
Here are the top ten home remedies for melasma:
1. Lemon Juice
2. Apple Cider Vinegar
3. Turmeric
4. Onion Juice
5. Aloe Vera Gel
6. Oatmeal
7. Almonds
8. Horseradish
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