Knees and elbows can be extremely painful. This is because we frequently overlook them when it comes to our faces, necks, and other visible areas. Then they retaliated by darkening and roughening up in comparison to the rest of our bodies. We've compiled a list of ways to get rid of this skin condition. Here's what you need to do:
Because we don't use it well, many of us have grown tired of it. Exfoliation is essential because it removes dead skin cells, improves blood circulation, and leaves us with healthier and more radiant skin. This can be accomplished in a variety of ways. You'll get the same result whether you use a body scrub or dry brushing.
We would advise you to moisturize your skin as much as possible. It hydrates our skin and is a relatively inexpensive treatment. Your skin will be healthy and radiant if you drink at least eight glasses of water per day. To keep your skin hydrated, apply baby oil or lotion to your elbows and knees on a daily basis.
Homemade solutions might help you get rid of your harsh, discolored elbows and knees quickly. Lemon, if included in your cure, has the power to brighten dark spots while also removing dead skin. Get a lemon and cut it in half to prepare a DIY cure. Rub it in for five to ten minutes on the knees and elbows. Remove the treatment and repeat the process twice a week until your skin is revitalized.
To make a thick paste, combine baking soda and milk. Apply the paste on your elbows and knees for five minutes and then rinse. For two months, do this once a week.
Aloe vera gel
Aloe vera aids in the suppleness of the skin. Apply the pulp from a fleshy aloe vera leaf to rough skin. Allow for a 20-minute soak before rinsing with cold water. Use an aloe moisturiser to finish.
Massage afflicted areas with coconut oil and then take a warm shower to smooth tough skin. Do not use soap; simply pat dry. You can also squeeze a few drops of lemon juice into the mix.
A scrub can be made by mixing a spoonful of olive oil with a tablespoon of sugar. Sugar is a natural exfoliator that aids in the removal of dead skin cells and, as a result, lightens the complexion. Olive oil moisturizes and nourishes the skin.
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