Hi everyone, in the below video, I talk about 5 Things To Know About Treating Hyperpigmentation, including Dark Spots, Melasma, Age Spots, Sun Spots. In this video we go over 1. Routine 2. Sunscreen 3. Product Penetrator 4. Result 5. The differences between the face and the body Hope you find the content of theRead more
Hi everyone, in this video I talk about how to get rid of dark spots using chemical peel or tretinoin cream. As you watch, you will find that I have outlined treatment three steps, three steps that if followed, will guarantee results. Products Mentioned ►Tretinoin gel 0.1% http://bit.ly/2zVcDpB ► Over 4% hydroquinone http://bit.ly/2xnuGRj ►Kojic AcidRead more
The treatment of dark spots is quite simple. Simple, but not easy. And by simple I mean that the products that you need to use and the routine are pretty straightforward. Where the challenge is, is in committing to your routine. Hydroquinone Facts and Dispelling Myths Of all the age spot-brightening and skin-lightening agents available,Read more
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 can use hydroquinone to treat dark spots even when you are dark skinned. I believeRead more
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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This video is about HOW TO GET RID OF DARK SPOTS ON THE FACE FOR GOOD.
Who would have thought that me, Chinenye, would one day walk around without a stitch of makeup? I just always thought the whole “anti- makeup” movement was reserved for people with good skin or people who were naturally beautiful and so could afford to do so and still look presentable.