Lemon and cigarette stains on the skin


Nicotine, in its natural form, is an oily liquid that easily mixes with moisture in the skin, being absorbed by this deep into its many layers.

Some products that promise elimination are harsh soaps with chemicals that dry the skin rather. However, a natural and easy method to perform against stains caused by the nicotine in our skin is based on lemon juice. Lemon is a natural astringent and deeply absorbed into the skin, cleansing without drying.

  • Rub the nicotine stains on fingers, or any other part of the body vigorously with juice of half a lemon using a cotton pad to it, allowing the juice to soak for at least 10 minutes.
  • After ten minutes of the method, let air dry fingers and keep your skin moisturized with a cream.

We perform the method for about 2/3 weeks from the first week but already we can see the progress.