Thursday, July 28, 2016

Cheap And Easy Solution To Dark Elbows, Knees and Back Area


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    Lotions and other whitening products that we apply on our skin is probably not the cheapest, fastest way to whiten dark areas on our skin and other than that, buying these products can actually cause us to spend on some fortune. But worry not, for there is a “holy grail” for cheap whitening solution: PETROLEUM JELLY.


    While petroleum jelly is often used to moisturize some parts of our skin such as chapped lips during cold seasons, the soles of our feet and the like, it can also be used to apply on dark elbows, knees and back area so as to whiten these areas.

     Unlike lotion, petroleum jelly is thicker in consistency which can actually moisturize our skin better than lotion or creams.
    Applying this beauty tip is as easy as 1-2-3. Here’s the things we need to remember to achieve maximum efficacy:

1.    APPLYING PETROLEUM JELLY ON DARK AREAS OF OUR SKIN.
Petroleum jelly serves as moisturizers to these areas. These areas such as our elbows, knees and area below the back are often dry and rough. Applying petroleum jelly can soften these areas and prevent it from further darkening its color.

2.    DO NOT SCRUB HARSHLY ON THESE AREAS WHILE TAKING A BATH.
Scrubbing hard through these areas out of frustration to whiten it only makes things worse as it hardens and thickens the skin furthermore. Best not to scrub it quite often and harshly. Apply only petroleum jelly. Also, put a cushion on our seats especially is it is tough. Friction on skin and surface of seat makes things worse than ever.

3.    PETROLEUM JELLY CAN ONLY MOISTURIZE, AND NOT WHITEN.
For the fact that it is being “whiten” is that it reduces the hardness and thickness of the skin, thus, reducing the further discoloration of it from the rest of our skin. The moisturizing effect of the petroleum jelly aids in further softening the areas which are dark, thus reducing further discoloration. It is an important fact that if your skin is actually dark, it is normal to have areas such as elbows and knees to be darker than the rest of your skin tone. Petroleum jelly CANNOT do anything for the discoloration.


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