(v) Milk or Butter Milk:
If you have sunspots on the face, Then try applying some milk, let it sit there for about 15 minutes, and then rinse your face. The lactic acid present in Milk helps in lightening skin and regenerating skin cells. You can also use buttermilk instead of milk to remove sun spots on face.
Other professional treatments for getting rid of sunspots:
Even after using all these wonderful natural home remedies, you are still not able to get rid of sunspots then you should go visit your dermatologist. Skin sun spots are said to be harmless and non cancerous, but it’s still best to get an opinion of a skin specialist on the same. There are a lot of sun skin spot treatment options available, the ones which we have mentioned above are an all natural treatment for sunspots on skin. Other treatments for sunspots include over-the-counter drugs, chemical peels, dermatological procedures, like laser therapy, cryotherapy, freezing, dermabrasion, etc. For example, laser therapy works to destroy the cells that generate extra pigment, in cryotherapy, or freezing, it destroys the extra pigment itself. Dermabrasion and chemical peels both work to destroy the top layer of the skin damaged by sun, so that a fresh new layer is of skin is regenerated. The dermatologist will have to diagnose you to suggest which of these treatments would work the best for you.
These professional skin treatments are very costly. You can also consider over-the-counter products which can be used topically to get rid of skin sunspots.
So now that you know what are sunspots, how to prevent them and how to treat them, you are ready to go out in the sun and have some fun.