Acne Scars: The Best Products to get rid of Acne Scars

          Acne scars suck, they can literally take a beautiful surface and turn it into something unrecognizable. While a few people can afford to use lasers and Retin-A to treat this unattractive skin condition, a majority… Continue Reading

Dark Circles Under Eyes Home Remedy + Puffy Eyes & Eyes Creams

Hi everyone, in this video I talk about how to get rid of dark circles under eyes using a home remedy as well as how to get rid of puffy eyes. ► Subscribe for more update channel Here https://www.youtube.com/user/ChinenyeRitaIfepe Hi everyone,… Continue Reading

How to Get rid of Acne Scars – My Tretinoin Appointment VLOG

Hi everyone, in this video I bring you along to my Tretinoin prescription appointment, where my nurse prescribes a Tretinoin cream for me. Also, I talk about two soaps that I am currently using to treat acne, acne scars, and… Continue Reading

Kojic Acid Soap for Acne | Skincare Review

In this video, I present a very honest review of the Kojic acid soap as an acne treatment. Hope you find it useful. Do you disagree with me? I would like to hear you arguments, comment…. Please leave you thoughts,… Continue Reading

Skincare l Ways to Treat Dark Spots on LEGS l Mosquito Bites – Hyperpigmentation 2017 Dermatologist

  This video is about Skincare and Ways of Treating Dark Spots on LEGS gotten from Mosquito Bites. I discuss how to get rid of mosquito bites, mosquito bite scars, or bug bites, the hyper-pigmentation associated with it, and how you… Continue Reading

Lactic Acid Peel on Dark Skin/Light Skin to get Clear Skin + Acne & Oily Skincare Review

More aggressive peel = Better results = Longer recovery time
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Retinol, Hyperpigmentation & Benefits of Tretinoin to Your Skincare Routine in 2017

Retinol, Hyperpigmentation & the Benefits of including Tretinoin in Your Skincare Routine.

FYI
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. Continue Reading