Lemon and limes are extremely nutritious and beneficial fruits, and along with the numerous other uses, they are also incredibly healthy for the skin, and preserve its youthfulness, softness, smoothness, and glow.
We present you a couple of interesting lemon and lime uses in terms of skin quality:
- To eliminate acne and pimples, soak a cotton ball in lemon drops, and spread it topically. Wash it off after a couple of minutes, and do it two times per day.
- To brighten up the skin and eliminate age spots and freckles, combine a tbsp. of lemon juice, a tbsp. of sandalwood, a tbsp. of tomato juice, and a tbsp. of cucumber juice. Spread the solution all over your face, let it take effect for 20 minutes, and rinse it off.
- Combine 1 tbsp. of lime juice with 2 tbsps. of brown sugar, and 1 egg white, and use the mixture as a face scrub, massaging and exfoliating the face in circular motions. Then, let it take effect for 15 minutes, and wash it off.
- Simply slice up one lemon and rub the slices on your face for a couple of minutes. Wash it off with lukewarm water. Next, combine the following ingredients: lemon juice, rice flour, and honey. Once you get a smooth texture spread this paste-like mixture over your face. Let it take effect for 15 minutes, and rinse it off.
- Combine 2 tablespoons of lemon juice with an egg white and spread one third of the solution on your face. Leave it on for a while and then add a second layer. After some time spread the remaining of mask, and once that layer dries off, wash it off with some warm water.
- To eliminate blackheads, and treat acne, cut a lemon in a few slices and squirt the juice over your face. Let it take effect for a couple of minutes, and wash it off.
- Combine a couple of lemon or lime and a tea tree essential oil in around 6 ounces of purifies water, and use the solution to detox the skin and deal with the complicated areas.
Keep in mind:
After you have applied the lemon juice on the skin, never face the sun directly.
Remember to dilute the lemon juice with normal or rose water.
The vitamin C concentration in lemons grows weak as time passes, so using the juice of freshly squeezed lemons is very important.