How To Fade Dark Spots On Your Face With Grapes, According To Dr. Pimple Popper

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Most of us get dark spots on our face as we get older — whether they're from the sun or they just develop with age. And most of us wonder if there's anything we can do to get rid of them — or, at the very least, fade them. 

Well, dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee — also known as Dr. Pimple Popper — suggests grapes. (YEP, grapes.)

"A grape has tartaric acid in it," Dr. Lee explains, "which is an alpha hydroxy acid [that's also a] chemical peel ingredient." The acid in grapes help encourage cell turnover and exfoliation.

Who knew?!

Just cut them in half and use a Q-tip to apply a bit of the juice to your dark spots. "And you can see them lighten subtly," Dr. Lee says.

Now, let's be completely honest here — grapes might not reduce really dark spots, "but they have some exfoliating effect," Dr. Lee explains.

We'll take it!

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