Answer: Hi it is , Chloasma, Mask of Pregnancy.It is common in pregnancy .Blotchy area of darken skin develops .Women with darker skin tone are more prone to it .It develops on whole body, & specially on the parts that are exposed to sun. The patches will go away after delivery, till then protect yourself from sun
Answer: Use coconut oil and aloe Vera gel
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Question: am 5 months running pregnant, now my face become pimple, pigmentation and my neck like blackish in colour, can u sagest me for any creams or remedies plss
Answer: Hi dear for pimples , Cleanse your skin and pat it dry.Now, massage the affected area with coconut oil for a minute or so.Leave it on overnight.and for pigmentation and blackness Slice the leaf and transfer the gel present inside into a container.On a clean face, apply some of this gel and massage it in.Leave the gel on for half an hour and then rinse it off.
If it doesn’t feel too sticky, you can leave the gel on overnight as well
This gives u good results dear
Question: After delivery my face and neck become very black. How to reduce the darkness of my skin?
Answer: I am sharing with some of the home remedies for pigmentation after delivery.
Do note that home remedies take longer to show effects so do not stop using them if u do not see any immediate effect.
Here are some home remedies for melasma/pigmentation - :
1. Lemon Juice
Extract the juice from one fresh lemon.Apply it on the affected areas and gently rub it around for one or two minutes.Leave it on for 20 minutes before rinsing it off with lukewarm water.Follow this remedy twice daily and you should see improvement within three weeks.
2. Apple Cider Vinegar
Mix together equal amounts of apple cider vinegar and water.Apply this solution on the melasma spots and allow it to air dry.
Rinse it off with lukewarm water and pat dry the skin gently.Follow this remedy once daily.
Mix five tablespoons of turmeric powder with 10 tablespoons of milk to make a paste. It is best to use whole milk because it has lactic acid and calcium that helps exfoliate and soften the skin.Add one tablespoon of gram flour to thicken the mixture.Apply this paste evenly on the affected area.
Allow it to dry for 20 minutes. Then rinse it off with warm water and pat dry with a clean towel.Repeat this treatment daily for best results.
4. Onion Juice
Finely chop two to three onions.Put them in a piece of cheesecloth and squeeze it to extract the juice.Measure the onion juice and mix it with an equal amount of apple cider vinegar.Apply it on the affected area with a cotton ball.Leave it for 20 minutes, and then wash it off with warm water.Follow this remedy twice daily for a few weeks.
5. Aloe Vera Gel
Cut open an aloe vera leaf and extract the fresh gel.Apply the gel thoroughly on the affected area and gently massage for one or two minutes.Leave it on for 15 to 20 minutes, and then wash it off with lukewarm water.Follow this remedy twice daily for a few weeks.
Mix together two tablespoons of oatmeal powder, two tablespoons of milk and one tablespoon of honey.Apply it on the affected area.Wait 20 minutes and rub off the mixture with water.Pat your face dry with a clean towel.Do this two or three times a week for a month.
Hope this helps
Question: Hi mam after 4 month iam facing problem like my face n neck is blackness and pimples. I don't want my face see in the mirror plz suggest me.
Answer: Hi dear,
Yes ,dark spots on part of body and face is a symptom of pigmentation.this usually happens in pregnancy and the hormones are to be blamed. Do not worry they go off post delivery.pigmentation on face needs to be treated with cucumber face packs.you can grate cucumber and strain the juice out,mix it with multani mitti and apply twice a week. Sandalwood paste would also be beneficial. Potato juice and rubbing slice of tomato could also help in pigmentation. Yogurt with besan can be applied twice a week to the affected area.use suncreen while you step out of house.as sun rays could really harm your skin especially during pregnancy,as skin b comes too sensitive.