Jan 10, 2013
Tips to lighten dark spots on the face? :'(
Jan 11, 2013
Glycolic acid serum 17% or AHA moisturizer. Those are topical exfoliators.
Any particular brands that contain the 17% glycolic acid Shelley W?
Thanks!! :) and where i get glycolic acid?
Peter Thomas Roth has a 10% percent version. And personal favorite is from Renee Rouleau and you can find her online. She has several percentages....10%, 17% and 20%. All are a bit pricey but a little goes a long way and you definitely don't use it every single day. Use three times a week in the PM paired with a non-active moisturizer. And sunscreen for day is a must or else any positive results can be kissed right out the window. I personally use the Renee Rouleau line along with another one and I love her products.
Jan 12, 2013
Do the products burn or "bleach" your skin? Ive been trying to get rid of these blemishes forever, i know every one has different skin types but im having no luck ):
There is intial "tingle" of the skin the first two times but after that you will feel nothing. It doesn't bleach your skin....it will actually help even your skin out overall. So if you happen to have issue with hyperpigmentation in other areas of your skin due to past pregnancy or taking birth control pills,for example, this will take care of it for you. :)
Your information is great, thanks Shelley! and the other girls too ;)
I love Peter Thomas Roth everything.
Lemon juice helps !! :)
Jul 16, 2013
I've been using a cream and skin lightening soap everyday for 2 weeks and my skin is already looking brighter and whiter, its 1 shade lighter right now, I use the cream and soap everyday, I get it from this website, its the only safe and trustworthy one I have found, good luck http://www.botoxkit.co.uk/skin-ligh...
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