Turmeric has been widely utilised in Indian beauty therapies for countless years. In addition to being widely utilised in Indian cuisine, this cheery yellow-orange spice is also regarded as auspicious and is frequently used in religious events. This Asian spice is currently sweeping the globe, and the West is utilising turmeric everywhere from cooking to making turmeric lattes to using it in DIY masks. Curcumin, a bioactive ingredient of turmeric, is present. Anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and antioxidant properties are all present in curcumin. Turmeric gives the skin a shine and radiance. Regular use reduces hyperpigmentation. The best thing about turmeric is that it eliminates the germs that cause acne while delaying the ageing process. Additionally, turmeric masks help lighten and brighten skin tones. Dark spots and patches respond wonderfully well to turmeric treatment. When used with other strong skin-lightening agents, it can quickly remove dark spots and acne scars. It’s interesting to note that tetrahydrocurcumin, an extract from turmeric, is now a key component in lotions for removing black spots. We’ll demonstrate several techniques to use turmeric to get rid of pigmentation and dark spots in this post.