Having a tan is one of the most ideal skin complements you can get but sometimes a tan can be overbearing. There are only so many clothes you can mix and match to complement your color or you've had your fair share of bronze already. Maybe you've had your share of sunbathing and would like to enjoy a much paler visage. Whatever is the case, there comes a time where you'd want to remove your tan.

How to Start Preparing to say Goodbye to your Tan

Remove TanFirst and foremost, it's always best to exfoliate your skin. This only makes sure that it is much easier to relieve yourself of the bronze coloring. However, if you have any sunburn from your recent sunbathing session, it'd be wise to turn back for now unless you'd aggravate your sun damaged skin.

To start off, it's best to find the ideal exfoliating skin care product that works best with your skin. Exfoliation is necessary to hasten the process of your body shedding the layer of bronze skin cells. With the aid of a loofah, scrub along in a circular motion all around your body.

Home Brew to Get the Lighter Tone Back

There are actually a lot of the kitchen ingredients that can help you out on getting your lighter color back. Once you've done your share of exfoliation, here are some of the items that will help remove your tan:

– Lemon Juice: Apply fresh juice to tanned areas and let it dry off on your skin before washing with water. You can also add in some sugar as it is a natural exfoliating agent. Alternatively, incorporating it with rosewater and cucumber will provide a cool sensation despite the acidic approach.

– Yogurt: Due to the cooling properties of yogurt, it aids in reducing the redness and aids in tightening your pores. Simply apply plain yogurt, with cucumber and gram flour in the mix, to your affected areas. Let the concoction sit before washing with lukewarm water.

– Tomato Juice and Buttermilk: With the tomato's bleaching properties plus the lactic acid which counters pigmentation concerns, you have a mixture which will aid on lightening your skin in no time. Simply combine the two liquids and dab on your skin. Leave it on for thirty minutes then rinse off.

– Aloe Vera: Aloe vera has proven itself time and time again in providing a cool and soothing sensation. Using aloe vera along with glycerine and rose water will not only help your skin tone more radiant but also lighten any spots.

With these simple house home brews, you can kiss goodbye to the bronze skin. te()[_