Although they are thicker, black and mixed-race skins are the most fragile. Indeed, they are struggling to adapt to climate change. They dry out quickly, which multiplies the imperfections. Being sensitive, black skin also has a tendency to show ugly scars. These are all problems associated to black skin but which can be treated naturally.
Water is the first ally for black skin. Generally, black skin suffers from dry skin. So if you have dark skin, one of the things you shouldn’t skip is hydration. To obtain a perfect, unified black complexion, you must first moisturise your skin sufficiently. To do this, we suggest you hydrate regularly with aloe vera.
Eliminate dead skin
Depending on the sensitivity of your skin, you can exfoliate your skin once or twice a week. You can mix honey and sugar for your scrub. All you need to do is add two tablespoons of honey and two tablespoons of brown sugar. Mix everything together and let it rest for 15 minutes in the fridge. Apply the mixture to your face, massaging gently to remove dead skin from your face. Finally, rinse with lukewarm water. Repeat the scrub from time to time to remove dead skin on your face.
Reduce stains and scars
After the removal of skin imperfections such as acne and other pimples, dark stains and scars occur which prevent the skin from glowing. In this case we suggest a mixture of white clay and lemon juice on the stains. Apply two to three times a day to stains or scars to facilitate rapid fading. With these methods, you can keep your black complexion nice and clean.