Skin Care Tips: Neck has become black due to sun in summer? apply these home remedies

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Aloe Vera For Dark Neck: Often we ignore the neck. Due to this blackness accumulates in the neck and its surrounding area. In this case, aloe vera can be used.

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Aloe Vera For Dark Neck: We often take full care of our face, hands, and feet. Cleans them regularly. But such are the parts of the body. Where our attention does not go. One part of them is the neck. Yes, we often ignore the neck. This is the reason why blackness accumulates in the neck and its surrounding area. This is because tanning occurs on the neck due to sunlight. After this, the area looks completely different from our body. In such a situation, most people start taking different types of treatment. But in such a situation, you can use aloe vera.

To get rid of the black neck, use aloe vera in this way-

Aloe vera and lemon juice- Aloe vera and the lemon pack can be effective in removing the blackness of the neck. For this, you take a spoon of aloe vera gel. Now squeeze the juice of half a lemon into it. If you want, you can also add honey and rose water to it. After this, apply it to your entire neck for 15 minutes. By doing this you can get rid of your black neck.

Aloe vera and turmeric

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Aloe vera and turmeric packs can also be used to remove the blackness of the neck. For this, you take 3 spoons of aloe vera gel. Add a pinch of turmeric and half a teaspoon of gram flour to it. After mixing all these well, apply it to your neck and clean it with water for half an hour. In this way, you can get rid of your black neck.

Aloe vera and curd-

Aloe vera and curd paste removes the blackness of the neck. Also brings a glow to the neck. For this, you take 2 spoons of aloe vera gel. Now put a spoonful of curd and a few drops of lemon juice and apply this paste to the entire neck. Wash off with clean water after half an hour.

(Disclaimer: The information given here is based on home remedies and general information. Before adopting it, take medical advice. Newscrab does not confirm this.)