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Ways to cure strawberry legs

Do your legs have dark stains on them? Do your pores appear darker than usual, as if they're black dots? Then you can end up with strawberry legs.

Comedones, or strawberry legs, are dark spots on your leg that resemble the peel and seeds of strawberries.

This is a relatively common ailment that can be readily treated with easy home treatments.

Strawberry Legs: What Are They?

The presence of little black dots immediately beneath the upper layer of the skin is known as strawberry legs. The term comes from the fact that your legs resemble strawberries.

These pores, also known as open comedones, are trapped hair follicles or ingrown hairs beneath the epidermis. Bacteria, dead skin cells, and oil are all possible ingredients.

They are not in any way damaging, but they can make you feel self-conscious.

Although most people's strawberry legs appear to be the same, the causes may be diverse.


Strawberry Legs: What Causes Them?

The following are some of the most typical causes of strawberry legs:

Keratosis pilaris (chicken skin) is a condition in which your skin produces too much keratin, which inhibits the hair follicles. Tiny pimples and uneven skin result as a result of this.

Dry Skin - If you don't moisturize your skin properly, it will become dry and harsh. This leaves your epidermis open to shaving irritation.

Folliculitis is an inflammatory disorder that affects the hair follicles. It could be caused by bacteria or fungi. Folliculitis is caused by ingrown hairs caused by shaving.


You are most certainly experiencing one or more of the following symptoms if you have strawberry legs.

Strawberry Legs: What Are The Signs And Symptoms?

Your legs have a strawberry-like look.

Legs with little reddish or blackish lumps

Pores on the skin that are clogged

Skin that is rough, dry, and irritable


Strawberry legs can be treated at home using the methods listed below.

Strawberry Legs Treatment at Home

1. Baking Soda

Baking soda has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It smoothes and brightens your skin by exfoliating it. It's also used to prevent and cure severe skin dryness (2).

You'll Require

1 tablespoon bicarbonate of soda

1 teaspoon distilled water


2. Exfoliation


Exfoliation aids in the removal of dead skin cells from the top layer of the skin as well as the removal of any bacteria that may be present. It also reduces the risk of ingrown hair.

You'll Require

12 CUP BROWN SUCCE

12 cup oil (almond or olive)

3–4 drops of clove essential oil


3. Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is a highly effective moisturizer with remarkable skin-healing capabilities. It will keep your skin hydrated if you use it every day.

You'll Require

1 fresh aloe vera leaf is required.


4. Sea Salt

Minerals such as calcium, sodium, magnesium, and potassium are abundant in sea salt. These minerals play an important part in the health and pH balance of our skin. Our skin exhibits symptoms such as dryness, itching, and irritation when the mineral balance of the body is disrupted. A sea salt scrub eliminates dead skin cells from the surface of the skin and restores mineral balance in the body.

You'll Require

a quarter cup of salt

12 CUP COCONUT OLIVE OIL

a dishtowel (optional)


5. Moisturize

Dryness and irritation can be avoided by keeping your skin adequately hydrated at all times. Strawberry legs are the result of shaving over inflamed skin.

You'll need

A decent moisturizer.

https://www.health.com/beauty/how-to-get-rid-of-strawberry-legs

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/326033

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