With the temperature being at all-time high in this summer, tanning is something that can take your natural look away from you.

The Ultraviolet or UV rays not only make your skin darker but can affect you in many ways.

Which includes premature aging skin and we are sure that you don’t want to look like a grandpa at the age of 35.

So, with the help of the best dermatologist in Ahmedabad, Opulence Dermatology & Aesthetics brings you home remedies that remove your tan if you follow them regularly.

Plus these remedies make your skin better.

We handpicked these remedies for you suggested by the best skin specialist in Ahmedabad.

And why is that? Let’s have a look:

  • Honey & Papaya Mask
    Applying honey on your skin will provide relief from dryness and irritation. as it has skin-soothing and nourishing effects. Papaya, on the other hand, has skin-lightening, whitening, exfoliating, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-ageing qualities.

  • Sandalwood & Rosewater Mask
    Sandalwood is naturally calming and cooling, and applying it to the skin can help with acne and outbreaks. It also aids in the removal of dead skin cells, revealing brighter skin beneath. Rosewater, like sandalwood, has skin-soothing and nourishing characteristics, and when combined with it, tanned skin heals faster.

  • Bengal Gram Flour & Turmeric Mask
    Gram flour’s gentle exfoliating qualities can successfully fade a suntan. Turmeric will give a glow to your skin while also speeding up the healing process.

  • Multani Mitti & Aloe Vera Gel
    Aloe vera gel has anti-inflammatory and soothing effects. It might help your skin heal faster if you apply it to sunburns or rashes. Fuller’s earth, also known as ‘multani mitti,’ has anti-inflammatory characteristics that help to remove dirt, bacteria, and other contaminants that could cause inflammation.

  • Milk & Rice Flour Mask
    Lactic acid in milk gently scrapes away the dead skin on the skin surface, revealing the healthier-looking skin beneath. Rice flour, on the other hand, helps to balance out skin tone by acting as a whitening agent.

Adding these remedies to your skin routine can do wonders for you.

But sometimes tanning could also mean there is some underlying skin disease as it is one of the causes of hyperpigmentation.

And you might want to get it checked from a dermatologist who understands your skin better.

Book a consultation and get personalized care from us today!