How to get rid of hyperpigmentation naturally

Most of us struggle with hyperpigmentation, dark patches and blemishes on our skin. Firstly let’s understand what hyperpigmentation is all about. Hyperpigmentation is a condition that causes your skin to darken. This can affect patches of your skin or your entire body. Age spots, also called liver spots, are a common type of hyperpigmentation.

Hyperpigmentation is usually harmless but can sometimes be caused by an underlying medical condition such as PCOS, insulin resistance, Addison’s disease etc. Certain medications can also cause your skin to darken. It can also be caused by pregnancy hormones.  

But all of these can be treated at home with a few simple ingredients and recipes that have been used since centuries. We’ve put together a list of home remedies from all over the world to help you achieve flawless skin - all without the use of harmful chemicals!

 

Glacial Green Clay from New Zealand

 

This clay is known to possess a very fine particle size that makes it remarkably effective at absorbing dirt and other impurities while providing gentle exfoliation of dead skin. It rejuvenates dull skin, improves its appearance, helps to balance skin tone, reduces pigmentation and leaves your skin feeling softer yet firmer

 

Recipe: Mix one tablespoon of ground oats and one tablespoon of Glacial Green Clay with water and apply all over your face and neck. Leave it on for 15-20 minutes and wash it off to watch it work its magic on your skin. 

 

This clay is sure to revitalise your complexion and help reduce pigmentation as well as stimulate Cell Renewal and Collagen production. 

It also helps improve the texture and tone of ageing skin damaged by everyday sun exposure, removes dead cells to give rise to better absorption of products and has an immediate pore tightening effect.

 

Myra Veda s mineral rich Glacial Green Clay from New Zealand is one of the rarest and purest clays in the world. Our Glacial Green clay is a 100% natural cosmetic clay sourced from a rare deposit discovered in the southern alps of New Zealand and was formed over a span of millions of years from the continuous striking os ancient Glacial ice with volcanic ash and is carefully sourced and packaged to maintain purity and freshness of this highly beneficial clay. 

Raw White Wild Turmeric Clay

White wild Turmeric is one of the most ancient spices used in almost every Indian kitchen. It goes by the scientific name Curcuma Zedoria or Curcuma Aromatica or white Kasturi Manjal and is one of the rarest cream-colored powders with a rich and unique fragrance that separates it from other varieties of the Turmeric family. 

 

Regular use of white Kasturi Manjal masque will refine and rejuvenate your skin leaving it blemish-free, clear, healthy and youthful. It is also known to be a natural remedy for pimples, acne, dark spots and unwanted hair growth and helps in skin lightening and brightening.

 

Home remedies:

 

  1. For a hydrating Turmeric Face mask combine the skin brightening and lightening benefits of Raw Wild White Turmeric Clay and lemon juice with 3 tablespoons of milk and leave on for 20-30 minutes and watch your skin glow brighter than ever. Most suitable for sensitive skin.

 

  1. The texture of Raw Wild White Turmeric provides excellent exfoliation and helps regulate the skin's oil production and works best on acne prone skin. A scrub made using white wild Turmeric, almond milk and baking soda and massaged onto the face starting from the chin and moving in small circles is sure to reduce acne and blemishes. 

 

  1. Raw Wild White Turmeric is also known for its properties to calm inflammation and irritation on skin. This, when combined with raw organic honey and coconut milk and applied over inflamed areas of skin helps tighten, brighten and soothe inflamed skin.

 

Myra Veda's Authentic and Rare White Wild Turmeric Clay is made from wild Turmeric roots sourced directly from Wayanad, Kerala and consists of pure grounded white Turmeric roots, that is free of any artificial colour, flavour, fragrance and other materials.