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Freckles are flat little brownish spots caused by sun exposure. There are two types of freckles –

Ephelides – red or light brown spots that usually appear during summer but disappear in winter. These are common to fair-skinned people and mostly genetic in nature.

Lentigines – also called lentigo complex, they’re spots that are darker than ephelides, which may be tan, brownish or black. These don’t fade in winter

Causes:

  • The sun is the number one cause for skin freckles. Sun exposure thickens the outer skin layer (epidermis) and increase melanin production.

Symptoms:

  • Freckle on skin
  • Pimples

Diagnosis:

  • Freckle removal cream
  • Laser Treatment
  • Treatment with intense pulsed light
  • Chemical Peel

Ingredients:

  1. Aaraik keerai.
  2. Black cumin.

Natural Remedies:

  • Aaraik keerai: A juice made from the leaves is diuretic and febrifuge. It is also used to treat snakebite and applied to abscesses etc. The plant is anti-inflammatory, diuretic, depurative, febrifuge and refrigerant.
  • Black cumin: Myristic acid, palmitic acid, palmitoleic acid, stearic acid, oleic acid, linoleic acid, linolenic acid, arachidonic acid, protein, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, folic acid, calcium, iron, copper, zinc, phosphorous

Take some black cumin. Soak into aaraik keerai juice. Dry and powder it. Then eat 1 mg of this powder twice a day.

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Freckles are flat little brownish spots caused by sun exposure

There are two types of freckles –

  • Ephelides – red or light brown spots that usually appear during summer but disappear in winter. These are common to fair-skinned people and mostly genetic in nature.
  • Lentigines – also called lentigo complex, they’re spots that are darker than ephelides, which may be tan, brownish or black. These don’t fade in winter

Causes:

  • The sun is the number one cause for skin freckles. Sun exposure thickens the outer skin layer (epidermis) and increase melanin production.

Symptoms:

  • Freckle on skin
  • Pimples

Diagnosis:

  • Freckle removal cream
  • Laser Treatment
  • Treatment with intense pulsed light
  • Chemical Peel

Ingredients:

  1. Coleus ambinicus leaves.

Natural Remedies:

Plectranthus amboinicus:  is a source of vitamin’s C, A and E; also minerals and phosphates. This herb is also known as Mexican mint, Mexican thyme, oregano brujo and broad leaf thyme.

  • Plants of the Plectranthus genus contain a diterpene called forskolin. Forskolin, (primarily from the herb Indian coleus) has been developed into a drug which combined with the drug rolipram is used to treat heart disease, colon cancer and glaucoma. In recent years forskolin has also been touted as a weight loss aid.
  • Other compounds identified in the herb have demonstrated anti-inflammatory effects that may be useful in the development of treatments for inflammatory diseases, particularly rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Cuban oregano leaves also contains volatile oils which have two compounds of particular interest called thymol and carvacrol. Both natural compounds have antibacterial and antifungal properties, and were ingredients originally used in the mouthwash Listerine and also Gold Bond Powder.

Take some coleus ambinicus leaves, clean and crush it. Then apply on your freckle.

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The term ringworm or ringworms refers to fungal infections that are on the surface of the skin. The name is derived from the early belief that the infection was due to a worm, which it is not. Ringworm is a fungal infection in the skin.

Causes:

  • Although the world is full of yeasts, molds, and fungi, only a few cause skin problems. These agents are called the dermatophytes, which means “skin fungi.” An infection with these fungi is sometimes known as dermatophytosis. Skin fungi can only live on the dead layer of keratin protein on top of the skin. They rarely invade deeper into the body and cannot live on mucous membranes, such as those in the mouth or vagina.
  • Scientific names for the most common of the dermatophyte fungi that cause ringworm include Trichophyton rubrum, Trichophyton tonsurans, Trichophyton interdigitale, and/or Trichophyton mentagrophytes, Microsporum canis, and Epidermophyton floccosum.

Symptoms:

  • Ringworm of the bearded area of the face and neck, with
  • Swelling
  • Marked crusting
  • Itching

Diagnosis:

  • Antifungal medications are used to cure ringworm.
  • Ringworm can be treated topically (with external applications) or systemically (for example, with oral medications).

Ingredients:

  1. Cassia fistula leaf.
  2. Tamarind leaves.
  3. Pepper.

Natural Remedies:

Take some leaves of tamarind and cassia fistula, clean it. Add 4 or 5 pepper and grind it. Then apply on your ringworm.

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Freckles are flat little brownish spots caused by sun exposure

There are two types of freckles –

  • Ephelides – red or light brown spots that usually appear during summer but disappear in winter. These are common to fair-skinned people and mostly genetic in nature.
  • Lentigines – also called lentigo complex, they’re spots that are darker than ephelides, which may be tan, brownish or black. These don’t fade in winter

Causes:

  • The sun is the number one cause for skin freckles. Sun exposure thickens the outer skin layer (epidermis) and increase melanin production.

Symptoms:

  • Freckle on skin
  • Pimples

Diagnosis:

  • Freckle removal cream
  • Laser Treatment
  • Treatment with intense pulsed light
  • Chemical Peel

Ingredients:

  1. Cassia fistula root.
  2. Milk.

Natural Remedies:

Take some cassia fistula root, clean it and grind with milk. Then apply on your freckles.

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Freckles are flat little brownish spots caused by sun exposure

There are two types of freckles –

  • Ephelides – red or light brown spots that usually appear during summer but disappear in winter. These are common to fair-skinned people and mostly genetic in nature.
  • Lentigines – also called lentigo complex, they’re spots that are darker than ephelides, which may be tan, brownish or black. These don’t fade in winter

Causes:

  • The sun is the number one cause for skin freckles. Sun exposure thickens the outer skin layer (epidermis) and increase melanin production.

Symptoms:

  • Freckle on skin
  • Pimples

Diagnosis:

  • Freckle removal cream
  • Laser Treatment
  • Treatment with intense pulsed light
  • Chemical Peel

Ingredients:

  1. Mahua tree leaves.

Natural Remedies:

  • Madhuca indica is commonly called Butter tree or Honey tree, which belongs to Sapotaceae family. Madhuca is generally known by the name of Mahua. It has various health benefits. Its bark, flowers, seeds, fruits and heartwood are used for medicinal purposes. The oil obtained from seeds is used as an ointment. The flowers have astringent, healing, appetizer and tonic properties.

Take some mahua tree leaves, clean and grind it. Then apply on your freckle.

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Freckles are flat little brownish spots caused by sun exposure

There are two types of freckles –

  • Ephelides – red or light brown spots that usually appear during summer but disappear in winter. These are common to fair-skinned people and mostly genetic in nature.
  • Lentigines – also called lentigo complex, they’re spots that are darker than ephelides, which may be tan, brownish or black. These don’t fade in winter

Causes:

  • The sun is the number one cause for skin freckles. Sun exposure thickens the outer skin layer (epidermis) and increase melanin production.

Symptoms:

  • Freckle on skin
  • Pimples

Diagnosis:

  • Freckles removal cream, Laser treatment, Treatment with intense pulsed light, chemical peel.

Ingredients:

  1. Indian solanum fruit.
  2. Coconut oil.

Natural Remedies:

  • Kantankathri is also known as Indian solanum. The fruit of the plant constitutes the drug. The drug is bitter in taste and a mild purgative. Experiments have shown that the fruits and shoots of the plant possess antibacterial properties. The fruit of the plant yield carpersteral, glucoside-alkaloids and solanocarpine. It also yields glucoside-alkaloids, solamine-S. On hydrolysis it yield alkaloid solanidine-S.

Take some Indian solanum fruit, boil and smash it. Then mix with coconut oil and apply on your white dots or freckles.

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