Natural lemon juice helps to detox body, which has a positive effect on appearance – face looks healthy and shining. Those who drink water with lemon juice in the morning have fewer wrinkles and acne spots. Lemon juice is a great remedy for whitening pigment spots, and reducing scars. It’s highly beneficial for treating acne.
This product contains lemon acid that kills bacteria causing acne. Therefore, lemon juice can prevent the development of acne and pimples.
Fresh lemon juice for acne helps even if being used to rub affected parts of the face. But you should be careful not to dry up the skin.
People with sensitive and dry skin can make a lotion. Mix 100 ml of pure water and 15 drops of natural lemon juice then use it to rub the face (don’t apply on lips and the area around the eyes).
Lotion for fat skin
Cleansing and nourishing lotion for fat skin are made of:
- 100 ml of lemon juice;
- 100 ml of mineral water without gas.
If you use it to rub the T-zone, this lotion will cleanse the dirty pores and narrow them.
Lemon juice against acne scars
Lemon juice can fight the consequences of acne spots (post-acne). In order to eliminate the red spots and small scars, use the mask made of:
- 2 teaspoons of white clay;
- 2 teaspoons of lemon juice.
The clay should be diluted to a mash-like state, then add the juice. It’s applied on damaged skin areas for 15 minutes. After the procedure, it should be washed away – then apply a day cream.
Scrub with lemon juice
Prepare a scrub with lemon juice – you will need:
- 1 teaspoon of sugar;
- 1 tablespoon of lemon juice;
- 1 tablespoon of liquid mashed potatoes.
Make sugar powder so that the crystals become smaller and wouldn’t hurt skin. The components are mixed up and applied on wet face skin. Then the face should be massaged lightly. This mask is suitable for skin with excessively functioning fat glands.
When you use lemon juice for cosmetic purposes, don’t forget it contains acids. Cosmetologists don’t recommend using it during summer because the skin is dried up with UV rays. Be careful when you use lemon juice for the dry or sensitive skin. People of allergy aren’t recommended to use it.