Shakura’s Skin Pigmentation Tips: How to Slow Down Spots Naturally

Around fifty years of age, many men and women begin to notice changes in their skin pigment. Dark and light spots begin to emerge creating a different palate. For some reason, dark spots begin to appear. Our face and neck being the first place people see when they look at us, needs to be clear and smooth looking. Women and men are always searching for things to help with toning down the dark spots and clearing up the new age of acne.




Below are a couple ways to slow down changes to skin naturally:


Lemon Juice: Cleanse your face every morning and night. Use natural or organic soap and warm water. Always use a white wash cloth to wash your face. Never wash with a colored cloth because you may be transferring dye to your skin. After washing face, use straight lemon juice to the dark spots. This will help lighten the spots, giving your face a more youthful appearance. Make sure to use a light cream to the face daily to help moisturize the skin.


Egg whites: Egg whites are a natural protein that will help pull dirt and oil from the pores. It also helps in tightening the skin. To use an egg white mask you first must wash your face with warm water to open pores. Rub on the egg white and allow it to dry on your face. Ever heard of “egg on your face”? When the egg is dry wash it off. Your face will feel smooth and appear tighter.


Natural Exfoliate: Mix together granulated sugar, water, and pure olive oil. This is a natural way to cleanse your face and remove old dry skin. After washing, rinse your face with cool water and moisturize.

Men and women want their face and neck to appear as good as it did when they were twenty. Costly plastic surgery and face scrubs aren’t always the last resort. Women and men can find natural remedies to assist with signs of aging. The products should be natural without chemicals or dyes. Before going to the spa or a plastic surgeon, check out the grocery aisle for products to support your face health and decrease skin pigmentation issues. For more on reducing spots, consult experts at Shakura.