So you have some pigmentation on face area, and you’d like to discover a way to safely get rid of it naturally and safely. No doubt, you’ve probably done a fair amount of online self research already, looking for a solution that will tell you how to get rid of pigmentation on the face naturally, but chances are, you’ve also drawn a blank and still have no obvious answers. You wouldn’t still be looking if you did now would you? There are various traditional forms of ridding yourself of hyperpigmentation areas, and some involve using harmfull chemicals, or ingredients that don’t necessarily work as well as expected.
However when it comes to trying to clear pigmented skin spots on the face, this presents a major dilemma, as you know you need to do something, but you just cant bring yourself round to trusting the off the shelf medicated products.
There may be useful natural solution to the pigmentation on face problem that could be worthwhile giving a try, and that is using extracts from a noxious weed known as ‘nut grass’. It’s botanical name is Cyperus Rotundus, and it’s a perennial shrub of some 40cm in height that thrives in India, and is known there a weed.
Cyperus Rotundus -Nut Grass has been known to have a very wide range of beneficial uses, anything from helping with fevers, digestion, to relieving asthma, and even helping provide menstrual symptoms relief. However, the supposed benefits that are likely to be of most interest to people reading this post, include it’s ability to treat skin ailments such as carbuncles, eczema, bruises and some say even pigmentation.
There are people who have suggested that using a paste from the root of this plant on the hyperpigmented area for a period of time will relieve and lighten the skin area. This is due to certain compounds in the extract that have an effect on the production of melanin. There are even natural products that have been made containing Extrapone Nutgrass that enable you to give this a try to help you get rid of pigmentation on face. Try and make sure that when using products containing this extract, that there aren’t any other harmful, or ‘non natural’ compounds that could counter the effects of the nutgrass.