Significant number of people around the world are battling  with skin discoloration.But women find it more irritating than men .

Most women  spend a lot to get rid of it as fast as they can. Because they see it more like a dent to their beauty.
Skin discoloration occurs mostly as a result of the skin’s natural pigmentation, called melanin, overproducing in any given area. This discoloration affects the topmost layer of skin, leaving you with brown patches. Dermatologists believe that the main culprit in melanin overproduction is excess sun exposure. Poor diet, liver problems and indigestion have also been known to cause skin discoloration.

The key to treating this condition is to eliminate the discoloration while preventing it from returning.

We have gathered  few steps on how you can use home remedies to balance your skin colour from our research.

But before using any home or natural treatments, it is important to consult your physician to rule out any underlying medical causes.

There are two natural solutions  that you  can use to eradicate skin  discoloration:

1. Banana Milk Lightening Paste

2. Lemon  and Honey  Lightening Mask

To derive the solutions above  you will need  the following:

1 tsp. lemon juice
1 tsp. honey
1 tsp. milk powder
1/2 tsp. almond oil
1/4 peeled, ripe banana
1/4 tsp. honey
1 tsp. fresh, whole milk–adjust amount for preferred consistency


Now Follow The Steps Below:



Mash 1/4 of a peeled, ripe banana, and stir in 1/4 tsp. honey. According to Daily Glow, honey has antiseptic properties and may have the capability to minimize scarring.


Add 1 tbsp. of fresh, whole milk to form a smooth paste. You want a mixture that is moist and easy to apply but not so drippy that it falls off your face. Milk contains lactic acid, which can reduce pigmentation and help reduce signs of aging.

In a clinical trial published in the 1996 issue of Archives of Dermatology, researchers found that lactic acid improved hyperpigmentation on the facial skin of women ages 40 to 70.


Apply the mixture to the affected area, and allow it to remain in place until it is dry–usually 20 to 25 minutes.


Rinse off with lukewarm–never hot–water, and pat your face dry.



Mix 1 tsp. of lemon juice, 1 tsp. of honey, 1 tsp. of milk powder and 1/2 tsp. of almond oil. Dr. Jerome Z. Litt, assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, says lemon juice, in addition to being a bleaching agent, has acidic qualities that allow it to act as an exfoliant to gently peel away the top layer of skin, revealing lighter skin underneath. There is some scientific evidence supporting lemon juice’s use in treating hyperpigmentation and melasma. In a clinical study published in the August 2004 issue of International Journal of Dermatology, researchers studied the effects of ascorbic acid–a constituent of lemon juice–as compared to those of hydroquinone. Although ascorbic acid was not as effective as hydroquinone, it still improved the condition of 62 percent of the patients. Researchers noted that ascorbic acid had the advantage of being almost devoid of side effects and advocated its use as a melasma treatment.


Apply the mixture to the affected area, being careful to avoid your eyes. Allow it to remain in place for 10 to 15 minutes.


Rinse the mixture off with cool water, using a damp washcloth if necessary, and pat your face dry. For best results, use this lightening treatment weekly.



The two natural solutions above have been proven effective by, we believe if you  follow  the instructions  and steps  as explained, the solutions  will balance  your skin colour perfectly.

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