This issue is usually common amongst plump or chunky ladies as the thighs tend to rub against each other during any form of movement in a way that is unpleasant and discomforting or if you’re the type that sweats a lot or has poor hygiene, darker thighs will surface eventually. Not to worry, there’s always a way out, more so, they are easily accessible, and we are here to tell you all about it.
This is definitely my personal favorite considering I’m naturally into orange, so you sun-dry your orange peels and have them powdered. You then mix 2 teaspoons of your powdered orange peels with rose water and a teaspoon of honey to make a paste. Apply and leave for a few minutes, then wash and dry with cold water. Repeat process 2 – 3 times in a week for maximum effect
Lemons have exfoliating properties that helps the skin, acting as a bleaching agent to help lighten your skin tone. You can channel these properties to your thighs and apply it for a few minutes, perhaps if your skin is sensitive, diluting it with water is your best bet.
3. ALOE VERA
With awesome rejuvenating properties, it also has the properties of lightening your skin. Applying these in your thighs and leaving it in for a few minutes, rinsing with water and repeating the process multiple times in a week will produce visible results in no time
4. COCONUT OIL
Coconut oil has essential fatty acids that help lighten your skin and dark spots. Mixing it with a tablespoon of lemon and applying for a few minutes works like magic, although the magic is in the consistency.
Contain Vitamin E which can brighten the skin tone. This vitamin C can work on darker patches of skin to brighten it and maintain an even toned skin.
Of course, there’s the no-brainer option of wearing ‘tights’ or spanks for a while or channeling your work out sessions to your thighs. Whatever works, as long as you achieve lasting results. We hope these tips end up useful.