So, is it possible that you can use potato for hyperpigmentation?
The answer is yes, you can.
The potato is often overlooked as a natural remedy, but it can be used in a number of ways.
Amongst other things, medical research has discovered that potato can be used very effectively to treat burns. Shredded potato peel is pulped and then placed over the burn to form a protective pad. When applied this way, potato has been observed to heal burns quickly and with far less scarring.
So how do you use potato for hyperpigmentation?
The juice of the potato contains a natural skin lightener and can effectively lighten cases of hyperpigmentation.
You can simply place slices of potato on the affected area, leave for 10 minutes and then wash afterwards with warm water.
Another way is to pulp the potato and then squeeze the juice out through a fine mesh material such as muslin. Apply the neat juice directly to the skin. Wash afterwards with warm water.
As with all natural remedies, persistance is the key, try this for a month to see noticable results.
Here are some more natural remedies for hyperpigmentation, and remember, it's just a case of finding out what works for you.