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Get back your Young age Complexion

If you were born with fair skin, you may find yourself pining for that porcelain, rosy-cheeked complexion of your youth. With age, we lose that peaches-and-cream complexion as acne rosacea  and sun damage wreak havoc.

Here are some tips and tricks for how to regain your former fair skin — and keep the damage at bay.

• Stay out of the sun. The sun makes your skin darker. Even when your suntan fades, your skin becomes darker and ruddier over time, not to mention burned, damaged, blotchy, and susceptible to skin cancer.

• Whenever you’re outside, wear a hat or sun coat. Choose a wide-brimmed one in the summer months to keep the sun off your face and a baseball cap with a long brim in the fall and winter months. Even indirect sun exposure is detrimental to fair skin. Wear a sun-coat whenever moving out of house or while driving a two-wheeler.

• Use sunscreen every day. Make sure it has a UV factor of 30+.

• Fake it. Use a light makeup base one shade lighter than your natural color, then dust on translucent powder to keep skin fair and radiant. Don’t slather on the makeup or your skin won’t look natural or fair. In the summer, choose a makeup base with sunscreen for extra protection to ensure fair skin.

• Follow a good skin-care regimen. Cleanse your skin regularly and gently with facial cleanser, and follow with a light moisturizer to keep skin hydrated.

Even out a bad complexion.
Is your skin uneven? Try using these home remedies to restore a smooth complexion:

• Sandalwood oil. Sandalwood can help remove pimples, red blotches, prickly heat, lessen the effects of sun exposure, fade freckles, soothe rashes, eliminate spots, and heal swelling. Pricey but worth it, sandalwood might be your ticket to fair skin. Add sandalwood to every facial cleanser, scrub, toner, moisturizer, and product you use to achieve and maintain a fair complexion.

• Almonds. Grind almonds into rosewater and apply the paste to your skin.

• Eggs and honey. Whip an egg white with honey and a squeeze of lemon juice, and smear on face for a super-nutritious skin treatment. Wash off after 15 minutes.

• Radish. Apply grated radish and radish juice to skin to make it fair.

• Tomato juice. Bathe your face in tomato juice. The antioxidants provide a good skin treatment for fair skin.

• Oatmeal. Serve breakfast to your skin: Mix tomato juice and oatmeal to use as a facial scrub, then rinse.

• Milk powder may also help you achieve your goal of fair skin. Mix with warm water to form a paste, spread on skin, let sit for 30 minutes, then rinse with cool water.

• Papaya has been used for centuries in many cultures to help women get fair skin. Cut a papaya in half and rub all over your face every night.

• Bleaching creams. There are creams that can help you get fair skin. Some are safer than others, so use with caution, and apply to a small, inconspicuous spot on your arm before slathering on your face to make sure you don’t have an adverse reaction. Always consult your dermatologist before using any bleaching cream.


Eat protein at every meal, including breakfast.
Eliminate wheat- and flour-based products for the time being.
Reduce starch to one portion a day, and don't eat that portion during your evening meal.
Apples, pears, plums and berries all are good choices. Bananas are not.
Reduce or eliminate dairy for the time being, especially cow's milk.
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