In this video we take a deeper look at hydroquinone alternative. I know a lot of people are scared of using hydroquinone so I decided to dig out the three best hydroquinone alternatives out there,… Continue Reading
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 Continue Reading
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. Continue Reading
A word from the author: let’s face it, having dark knuckles comes with a stigma. There is a tendency for people to associate dark knuckles with skin bleaching, hence, self-hate. On the contrary, dark knuckles are caused by a host of factors including: skin… Continue Reading
How to Get Rid of Dark Spots Fast — How to Use Hydroquinone Safely In this video I discuss what I use to get rid of dark spots . This is also a response video to an email question from… Continue Reading
How to Get Rid of Dark Spots Fast — Hydroquinone In this video I discuss what I use to get rid of dark spots on my skin . Post Inflammatory Hyper-pigmentation | please read before using hydroquinone: http://www.thedermablog.com/is-using-hydroquinone-to-treat-dark-spots-safe/ Where to… Continue Reading