6 Natural Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Sun Tan On Your Face Quickly

No matter how careful we are, we all end up with a sunburned face in the summer. Sun exposure leaves our skin damaged, red, dehydrated and blotchy.

We want to share with you 6 natural home remedies that work. These treatments are effective, easy to make, and best of all, they are natural and chemical free. They will help to erase patchy, sunburned complexion and enhance your skin’s natural glow and healthy appearance.

Good Things Take Time — These Simple, Natural Remedies Work to Help Your Skin Repair Itself Over Time

A woman's skin before and after using natural remedies

Are you looking for healthy natural remedies for sunburned skin, or sun spots on your face?

A sunburned face is unhealthy as the skin is damaged and needs repairing. Chemical treatments are harsh and expensive, and you really don’t know what you’re applying to your skin.

You can make these remedies at home without fuss. Be patient and let the natural compounds of the ingredients work their magic.

Natural, Healthy Home Remedies

Natural remedies take time because they work to nourish your skin, providing it with the ability to heal itself. Use these treatments for at least a week or more for the best results.

1. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

This amazing medicinal plant is anti-inflammatory and antibacterial. It soothes sunburned skin and will balance out blotches as it lightens your complexion. It protects your skin from the sun’s harsh radiation.

How to Use: Apply at night before bed and wash it off in the morning. Gently rub in a generous amount and allow it to dry. If you have an Aloe Vera plant, simply slice open the fleshy leaf and apply directly to your face. Apply daily for best results.

However, Aloe Vera contains compounds that make your skin darken quickly in the sun, so always apply sunscreen before going out.

2. Tomato

Tomato

Loaded with beneficial antioxidants and vitamin C, tomatoes assist in the production of collagen to protect your skin from the sun. Tomatoes contain lycopene, a nutrient that helps your skin to regenerate healthy, new cells and fight existing cellular damage.

How to Use: Mash a tomato in a sieve over a bowl to separate the juice from the flesh and seeds. Gently apply the juice to your face, allowing it to dry for fifteen minutes before washing off with water. Apply the tomato juice twice a week to repair sun damage, leaving your skin glowing and healthy.

3. Cucumber

Cucumber

Traditionally used for its moisturizing properties, cucumber is effective for skin repair due to high levels of vitamin C.

How to Use: Place two slices on the dark circles under your eyes to reduce swelling and to improve the tone of your skin. This cooling effect refreshes quickly. Also, mash two slices and mix with a little rose water and lemon juice. Apply this to sunspots or massage gently into your face, and wash off after fifteen minutes.

4. Honey and Papaya

Honey and Papaya

There are two amazing compounds in papaya that help you. Vitamin E repairs cell damage and provides the ability to repair UV damaged skin. Pepsin enzymes exfoliate skin gently and break down layers of dead skin to expose new skin for a youthful look. Honey soothes and moisturizes.

How to Use: Make a face mask by combining half a cup of mashed papaya and a tablespoon of honey. Apply to your face and allow to sit for 15 minutes before washing off with water.

5. Green Tea

Green Tea

Loaded with antioxidants, green tea helps with skin tone, repairing blemishes and providing a soothing action.

How to Use: Steep a green tea bag in boiling water for five minutes. Remove the bag and allow the water to cool down. Use a cotton pad to apply the tea to your face. Wash off after ten minutes. Try this every second day for best results.

6. Oatmeal and Buttermilk

Oatmeal and Buttermilk

Oatmeal is a gentle exfoliator and skin cleanser. Buttermilk soothes and softens skin. It contains lactic acid which evens out tone and blemishes.

How to Use: Combine 3 tablespoons of buttermilk with two tablespoons of oatmeal. Massage gently into your face and wash off. Be gentle as the oatmeal exfoliates and removes dead skin cells.

Effective and Easy - Try These Natural Remedies 

Try these simple and natural remedies for healthy facial skin. Summer should be a time to get out and enjoy the season without damaging your skin. Wear sunscreen and use the remedies above for glowing, healthy, and youthful results; they won’t let you down. You will love them.

We wish you success in keeping your skin healthy.