There are many fruits that can help you to lighten the skin tone and get a lighter complexion. Here are some of the most popular fruit to make your skin fair and glowing.
Over time, the gums recede and small pockets form between the gums and teeth. As these pockets deepen, they trap increasing amounts of plaque and calculus. Bacteria in the dental plaque produce an inflammatory reaction that erodes the bone and ligaments that support the teeth, causing the teeth to loosen within their sockets. Pus tends to form as the infection worsens. In some cases an acute infection may cause an abscess to form. Eventually, bone erosion is so extensive that the affected teeth become loose. Indeed, periodontitis not tooth decay is the major cause of adult tooth loss in the United States.
Alternately, you may combine the cup papaya with cup pineapple and cup pumpkin. Place all ingredients together in a blender and blend into a smooth paste. Then add 1/4 oz of unflavored gelatin. Cook in low heat until the gelatin is dissolved completely. Allow the mixture to cool before you apply it. Apply this mixture over the entire face and leave on 20-30 minutes. Wash it with warm water.
Skin color is due primarily to the presence of a pigment called melanin . Both light and dark complexioned people have this pigment. However, two forms are produced--pheomelanin , which is red to yellow in color, and eumelanin , which is dark brown to black. People with light complexioned skin mostly produce pheomelanin, while those with dark colored skin mostly produce eumelanin. In addition, individuals differ in the number and size of melanin particles. The latter two variables are more important in determining skin color than the percentages of the different kinds of melanin. In lighter skin, color is also affected by red cells in blood flowing close to the skin. To a lesser extent, the color is affected by the presence of fat under the skin and carotene , a reddish-orange pigment in the skin. Hair color is also due to the presence of melanin.
There is also a strong correlation between the amount of sunlight that children are exposed to and whether or not they will develop multiple sclerosis as adults. Most cases of this degenerative neural disorder are in the temperate regions of the world where the sunlight is rarely intense. Children growing up in tropical and subtropical regions rarely develop MS regardless of where their ancestors came from. This protection apparently continues for those who move to far northern or far southern regions after 16 years of age. What processes are responsible for this protection from MS and its possible relationship to skin color are unknown.