10 Tips to Reduce Discoloration of Skin

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Discoloration of the skin is evident with darker or lighter markings on the skin as compared to the usual color of the skin. The pigment melanin is responsible for the color of our skin, which is why fluctuations in pigmentation can be attributed to increases or decreases in melanin. This causes discoloration and often dark spots as well, which are prevalent skin issues faced by many women.

In this episode of the podcast, Sheetal will share with you 10 useful tips to reduce the discoloration of your skin. While minimizing skin exposure and avoiding tanning beds are imperative, having a natural, time-tested ingredients-based skincare routine will help you maintain a constant practice to reduce discoloration. Natural ingredients such as tomato paste and papaya supplement the skincare routine and can increase the antioxidant levels of the skin while providing repair and damage control. Other useful ingredients include green tea and coffee, which have excellent antioxidant properties, and aloe vera gel for its hydrating moisturizers. You can find home remedies containing these ingredients on our blog at www.apsaraskincare.com. In addition to these remedies, the Sandalwood Natural Facial Serum is designed to aid in sun protection, which makes it a valuable necessity - especially in the summer. Sandalwood itself is known to have skin calming, soothing and sun protection properties.

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