What can I do to help even my skin completely?
Lately I been trying to even out my skin tone for almost a year now. Underneath my clothes I am sooo light but the skin that shows is soooo dark. I been using home remedies some seem to work but as I hit the sunlight it either gets darker or reddish. I’m Native American, Japanese, and African American. I use sunscreen all the time I usually get the highest SPF there is. Something like SPF 50 and stuff. But it still doesn’t seem to work its like if I stay in the sun for 10 mins I will tan just that easily. But I still look lighter than other compared to them. I really want to go to a dermatologist mainly but my mom always says how bout we just take you to your doctor. I been to my doctor about this 6 times now and I still haven’t got anything for it and its really ticking me off. I promised myself that when I get older i will go to a dermatologist ASAP. Please don’t tell me stuff like bleach your skin with a bleaching cream. Cause I’m really scared to do that I heard of a lot of negative effects towards that and I don’t want that to happen to me I get eerie feelings hearing that. But please help me out here I’m so uneven here. From my chest down to my knees I’m yellow, including my feet. My arms, and legs are a dark/red color, and my face is the darkest part out of all of them. I’m triple toned and hate it. Please help me out here. Thank you!
Many beauty & hair products now have LABEL INGREDIENTS and DISCLAIMERS, specially makeup, they are required to put labels so consumers are aware to watch for chemicals: DBP, TITANIUM, MERCURY, HYDROQUINONE, or Toluene solvent, that causes cancer or harm us. In other words, less is MORE.
Dermatologist don’t do that! Sorry, I’m just saving you more aggravations.
Wear long sleeves and pants or jeans, and the darker skin will lighten up like the rest of your skin.
I grow up in Asia for 13 years, imagine how dark my legs and arms were, but living in OREGON, it took about 13 years for my skin to even out.
For you face, wear a wide brim hat, or umbrella, they will lighten up but it doesn’t take a magician to do that, your skin color will even out, the less they are exposed to the sun.
what is some of the best bleaching cream to use for very dark skin coloration?
and where could i buy it?
You can use skin fladers or lighters…
Any product that contains “Hydroquinone”. It is a skin bleach, but it is mild enough if under 4% to not burn you. I was first prescibed 4% by my doctor (dermatologist) but you can get 2% at almost any drug store (Walgreens, CVS), Walmart or On-line.
Here is a list of over 200 different products that contain “Hydroquinone” (wait for page to load, its comming…)
Some of these are ‘pricey.” But, if you go to your doctor, your insurance will probably cover it for free (if you can come up with a medical reson) and you’ll probably end up with a stronger one than you can buy at the store.
Here’s something quick, you can pick up at any drug store.
HydroQuinone really does lighten skin (ex. Micheal) however you have to use them with caution because they are powerful. If you use too much, too fast you will be suseptable to SUNBURN (ex. like Micheal who cant go outside without an UNBRELLA). You need to wear sunblock whenever you are using anything that has Hydroquinone in it. 2 & 4% works! Some places will sell you 6% or higher but stay away from it. Also I have used this for years (under my doctor) but I have never tried to lighten my whole body, so be careful with that as well.
Good Luck, I hope I have helped.
I also heard lemon Juice works too as a temporary thing.
What can I use for skin discloration before applying my makeup on?
I have some skin discoloration where acne used to be. Before I apply my makeup, what product can I use to even out my skin?
What are the dangers of using hydroquinone for more than 6 months? Is it advisable to use it…?
…as a lightening cream,
to lighten the skin of your whole body?
I would like to know anything and everything of using hydroquinone. Any links to indepth websites would be appreciated. Thank you.
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