Sun Damaged Skin: How To Cure At Home

Sun damaged skin eventually be your weary teary at the end of a grueling busy day outside. Well, of course, using sun protections lessen the extent of spoilage but after days and days of outside activities, you might all of a sudden come to notice indicative marks of sun damage on your face and other parts of the body as well.

sun-damaged-skin-how-to-cure-at-homeApple Cider Vinegar and Onion Juice for sun damaged skin

This combination might otherwise sound unfamiliar but both apple cider vinegar and onion juice contain skin lightening properties and when applied together could naturally heal your sun damaged skin.

  •  Chop some onions into small, thin slices. Squeeze juices and filter with strains;
  • Mix equal amount of apple cider vinegar with onion juice;
  • Apply with a cotton swab all along the face;
  • Wash once dry out;
  • Apple cider vinegar might produce rough edges on dry skin, apply moisturizer evenly afterwards.

Coffee scrub for sun damaged skin



Homemade coffee scrub and mask fades away dead skin cells reversing sun damages and nourish skin. For making the coffee scrub, let’s fuse the following ingredients.

  •  ½ tea spoon of coconut oil
  • ½ tea spoon of grounded coffee

Using circular motion, use the mixture in your face. Avoid eye contact and enter into the mouth cavity.

Leave for at least fifteen to twenty minutes and rinse off with warm water.

You can use this scrub twice a week.

Coconut oil is great for skin care but as it leaves oil traces for a long time, it would wise not to use coconut oil in oily skin; coconut oil may provoke acnes either in oily skin by clogging pores with oils further.

But in dry skin, coconut oil is an absolute treasure to prevent the signs of sagging free radicles to prevent premature signs of aging on skin.