HOW TO: Get rid of a bad tan




Personally, I don’t like tanning at all , just because I’m already brown so if I tan I would look really dark. My skin color is not the only thing that changes, my lips decide to get even more dry than they already are . Yep, The sun absolutely hates me. I recently spent my weekend at the DP world golf championships and I got a really bad and patchy tan. It’s horrifying. 

In the past, natural packs has worked very well for me. I used to use bleach on my face which was  really harmful to my skin so you guys should ignore that completely. These natural packs can get rid of the tan from your face, arms, hands, neck and back but they need at-least a week of regular use to obtain results.
These my top 5 favorite natural packs. All you have to mix them and apply them on the tanned areas for 15-20 mintues. I know some of these are a weird combination but trust me, It works like charm! 
Lemon juice contains critic acid which really helps you get rid of it but be aware that there is a high chance that you will feel a burn. If you skin is sensitive, rose water can be used as a cooling agent.

1. Yogurt & potato juice
2. Lemon juice and cucumber juice.
3. Honey and Lemon juice
4. Papaya pulp (Also helps anti-aging)
5. Tomato juice. 
These tips are the fastest way to get a fair complexion without harming your skin.
Hope it works ! 

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