1 Week Challenge That Removes All Dark Spots From Your Face
In case you have spots and dark marks on your face and you want to get rid of them once and for all, the following challenge is perfect for you. It is called the 1-week challenge where you should apply this natural serum every day for 7 days. This way you will get rid of all the imperfections on your skin and your face will become flawless.
Instead of using the expensive beauty creams this is perfectly natural and inexpensive way to get rid of dark marks on your skin. The serum will provide nourishment to your skin, will help it to remain hydrated, will heal the damaged skin and provides it a natural glow.
Things you need:
- Aloe Vera gel– 3 tbsp
- Vitamin E capsules– 2
- Rose water- 2 tsp
- Glycerin- ½ tsp
- Take a small bowl and pour 3 tbsp of aloe Vera gel in it.
- You can either use the ready-made aloe Vera gel or use the fresh extract from the aloe Vera leaf.
- Now, add 2 tsp of rose water and a ½ tsp of glycerin to it.
- Later, cut open the vitamin E capsules and add the extract to the mixture.
- Mix it well using q-tip or your fingertips to make a thick serum ready.
- Apply the serum on all over your face and provide a gentle massage to your skin for 10 minutes.
- Allow the serum to remain on your skin for 1 hour.
- Wash your face with plain water.
- Use this incredible remedy for 1 week to get the flawless and glowing skin.
This is the tested remedy to quickly remove the dark spots on the skin. The aloe Vera gel used in this remedy is helpful to heal the damaged skin, protects the skin from infection and reduces the acne issue. The rose water helps to fade away the dark spots and lightens the skin. The glycerin and vitamin E provides nourishment to the skin and rejuvenate the dull, dry skin.
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