You can't remove freckles and don't even try! I have freckles and I really like them. They add character and can be rather cute.
If you have them, stay out of the sun or put on sunscreen - factor 50. The sunshine will bring them out. Use a foundation or concealer, but don't layer it on thick. Other than that - there's nothing *safe*.
Embrace your freckles.
Apply a thin layer of organic extra virgin coconut oil on them while going to bed at night. Lightly massage it in. Wash off in the morning.
I've heard that lemon juice will lighten them but, I've never tried it. I have used sun in since I was a teenager, it lightens your hair, and lemon juice is its main ingredient, so it would probably work. Hope it helps.
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