De-Tan Face Wash
We've all had uneven tan lines that we all wish we could just get rid of. But tan removing is not easy and may take some time.
Melanin is a chemical substance in our body responsible for the darkening or tanning of the skin. Your body gets tan in an attempt to protect itself from the sun.
To help absorb the UV radiations, your skin releases melanin under the skin's surface layer.
The more you expose yourselves to the UV rays from the sun or an indoor tanning device, the more melanin your body will release, and the darker your skin will get.
That is why your facial skin also appears darker after exposure to the sun.
The best way to get rid of tan is not to get it in the first place.
To protect your skin from tanning, consider proper sun protection. Always wear sun-protective clothing, a hat, and apply sunscreen when stepping out.
Wash your face with de-tan facewash to rejuvenate the skin
We recommend using sunscreen to protect your skin best and applying a de-tan face wash to get tan-free facial skin.
De-tan face wash works as a natural antioxidant and refreshing & brightens the skin.
De- tan face wash targets di-coloration & blemishes on the skin in a gentle way and decreases blackheads' appearance, dead skin cells, dirt, bacteria, and other pollutants.
The de-tan face wash also decreases UV damage, clears up the skin, and reduces dark circles.
The de-tan face wash is also beneficial for improving skin clarity, skin softening, and making the skin smooth & visibly fairer.
Benefits of using Khadi Men De-Tan Face Wash
- Repairs damage caused by sun
- Improves skin clarity and visibly fairer
- Removes dirt & cleanses the face
- Refreshing face by removing excessive oil
- Skin lightening & pore tightening
- Maintains proper pH of the skin
The de-tan face wash is essential in your skincare routine.
Other remedies that you may have heard of or want to try:
Exfoliation - Exfoliate your skin gently with a homemade scrub to lighten your skin tone, but it's vital that you don't go out in the sun immediately after exfoliation. That's why it is recommended to use a de-tan face wash instead.
Aloe - Aloe-Vera is a potent anti-inflammatory skin soother; a small study found that Aloe Vera may suppress melanin's release and suppress pigmentation.
Turmeric - While it has not been proven to lighten the skin visibly, it has traditionally been used as a skin lightener in India; a small study has found that turmeric may help protect against sun damage while applied with a cream.
Use a de-tan face wash after a turmeric mask to remove residue and prevent staining.
Black tea - A small study done on guinea pigs found that black tea extract can lighten the tan on their skin, but more evaluation needs to be done on topical products or homemade brews with black tea extracts that result against human skin.
Remedies to avoid
Bleaching agents - Bleaching agents are not to be applied on the skin, including household bleach and any other product sold on lies of "whitening" or "bleaching" product. Instead, use a de-tan facewash for optimal and safe results.
Lemon juice - Lemon juice is one of the most popularly lauded home remedies for tan removal, but always use diluted lemon juice on the skin, as concentrated lemon juice can harm the skin.
Also, no research has found that lemon juice makes skin light or reduces melanin generation. Lemon juice may help remove the dead skin, but it can also make the skin irritable.
Lemon juice creates a chemical reaction on your skin, making it more sensitive to UV light.
Use a de-tan face wash for hassle-free skincare.