How to clarify and lighten burned dark skin? Homemade masks…

Today, I’m sharing the basic homemade masks to help you lighten burning dark skin. These home remedies can remove unwanted blemishes that appear over time. Also, these remedies will clarify the skin, and help to fight sagging skin.

Also read; Natural ways to cure sun-damaged skin

Lighten burned dark skin: Home remedies

Review the three super-easy recipes for lighten burning dark skin. You can follow these remedies at home any time.

Mask# 1


1/2 bunch mint

1 beaten egg until firm

1/2 packet unflavored gelatin

2 tablespoons of honey

3 tablespoons boiling water


Bring water to boil and dissolve gelatin in it. Then put the dissolved gelatin in a blender. Add the mint and blend fairly. Now unplug the blender and add honey then mix gently with a spoon. Pour into a jar with a lid and refrigerate for about 3 hours. When you go to apply the mask, remove from refrigerator and add the firmly beaten egg white. Apply the mask around the clean face and let stand for 20 minutes. Then rinse with cold water.

Mask# 2


1 ½ cups milk (helps to clarify the skin by the lactic acid)

1 tablespoon honey (it’s nutritional ingredients)

1 tablespoon cornstarch (calming substances)


Mix all the mentioned ingredients. Pour into the fire to form a paste. Leave to cool. Then apply this mask and let stand for 15 minutes; then take off the mask and let the skin breathe, then wash with cold water only and moisturize using a good moisturizer.

Mask# 3

To lighten the skin and give an even tone, you can try this recipe as a natural cleanser.


1 cup soy milk

1/2 cup oat grains

1 tablespoon honey


Stir all ingredients in a blender at high speed until you get a smooth and creamy mixture. Pour into a jar with a lid that closes properly. To use, clean the skin, apply the paste till 20 minutes and wash with warm water. Save the mixture in the refrigerator to use for 2 or 3 weeks.

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