More aggressive peel = Better results = Longer recovery time
Hydroquinone is safe, but be sure to alternate with other lightening agents every 4-months
Do not use with peroxide or resorcinol
Do not use around the eye area
Retinol, Hyperpigmentation & the Benefits of including Tretinoin in Your Skincare Routine.
Start by using the retinoid creams every other day, and if your skin can tolerate it, you can increase it to everyday.
You can apply retinoid creams under the eye, but avoid the eye lid area.
Retinoid creams should always be used at night as sunlight can damage the active ingredient.
Retinoid creams make your skin more sensitive to the sun, so always make sure to wear sunscreen.
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Hey Guys! Have you tried Nadinola, or any other over-the-counter fade cream? What was your experience? Enjoy the video:
Several months ago, I had a breakout from sleeping with makeup and my dermatologist prescribed a medication called Tretinoin gel 0.025 (Generic name for Retin -A 0.05). The medication was actually prescribed for my acne, but I was told it also serves as an anti aging agent. After about 4-6 weeks of using thisRead more
Kojic Acid Soap Kojic acid is used as an ingredient in some exfoliating and skin-lightening soaps. Usually combined with papaya extract or some type of fruit acid, these soaps buff away the top layers of the skin to reveal healthier skin underneath, while the kojic acid lightens any skin discoloration or dark pigmentation. Read more