Lemon Sugar Scrub Treatment For Moles

December 7, 2011

Small moles and freckles can be a nuisance as they can make you skin tone look uneven. If you are looking for a method to treat this problem that does not cost a lot, you can try a home remedy such as lemon sugar scrub. While lemon sugar scrub will not fade your moles, it will exfoliate your skin and give your skin a glowing quality that will distract people from noticing your moles. In conjunction with other treatments, such as skin lightening creams, however, this lemon sugar scrub provides good exfoliation which sloughs away dead skin cells and can help to diminish you uneven skin tone and darker marks on your skin like moles and freckles by encouraging new skin cell growth. Here is a recipe for an effective lemon sugar scrub treatment. You can use it on your legs, arms or face – anywhere on the body that you would like to see improvements to your skin. Here are instructions for application to your legs:

Lemon Cream Sugar Body Scrub:


Two tablespoons of whole milk or cream

Half a cup of sugar

Five drops of lemon juice

One cup of olive, almond or jojoba oil.

Mix sugar, lemon and cream or whole milk together. Add in the oil at the very end, when the other ingredients are mixed thoroughly. Apply to your skin, starting at the feet and working your way up your legs. Massage in a round motion and leave the mixture on your skin for 10-20 minutes, then wash it off.

Lemon can also be used to lighten your skin. Here is a treatment thst you can apply to your face. A simple, cheap facial scrub can be prepared by combining lemon and sugar. Simply mix a teaspoon of either brown sugar or white sugar with lemon in a bowl and rub it softly in a circular motion on your face. Wash with cool water.

While you can use lemon and sugar to lighten the skin and encourage new, even coloured skin growth, lemon sugar scrubs are beneficial for a number of other reasons. Lemon is an astringent, it is anti-inflammatory and it has an antiseptic effect. It can, however, irritate the skin, so be careful when you use it. Do not rub too roughly and do not apply lemon juice close to your eyes as it is acidic and will sting.


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