To lighten these skins, you should apply this formula. Just by the simple ingredients such as lemon, toothpaste, fresh milk, baking soda, you can defeat all of dark skins.
- 1 Toothpaste.
- 1 lemon.
- 1 tablespoon baking soda.
- 1 teaspoon fresh milk without sugar.
How to do:
Dead skin is the cause of the armpit, elbow, knees are dark and it also causes the grainy, wrinkled skins. Therefore we need to remove these dry and dull skins to pay the lightness for original skin.
You can use the Body Exfoliating Cream Whitening at a cosmetic shop or use natural ingredients such as brown sugar, salt, honey and lemon puree. Mix this mixture with a little warm water to form a paste.
Put the mixture on skin, massage in 5 minutes, then wash with cool water.
Do this step 1-2 times a week.
Give a small amount of toothpaste to the small cup, add baking soda, fresh milk and lemon juice and mix to form a homogeneous mixture.
Apply this mixture to the armpits, elbows, knees, naphtha, and pull-colored areas. Next, apply lemon juice directly to these areas in a circular motion.
Massage in 10 minutes, relax in 15 minutes, then wash with cool water.
Repeat every day for 1 week, ensuring that the skin is lighter.
The mixture we use has an ability to bleach the skin like the natural acidity in lemon. Combination with baking soda and toothpaste also assist axillary waxing and remove the dark skin. Fresh milk helps to keep moisture for skin.
One of the reasons for dark knees and elbows is that we often skip this step without caring. When these skins are lack of moisture, they become dull steadily.
It is very easy to care, you should put a small amount of Vaseline on your dark elbows and knees. For the armpit, you don't need apply this step, because this skin area has many pores and oil, so it will stop the normal development of pores.
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