So…..we all know the elephant in the room right? No talks of treating hyperpigmentation is complete without a mention of skin lightening, or dare I say skin bleaching products. Also, we all know how controversial the topic of skin bleaching is even if it is for legitimate reasons. Well, in this video I talk aboutRead more
In this video I talk about How to Get Perfect Legs in 1 minute. Guys, these quick fixes are for skin problems like spots that are not easily treatable. If you are fair-skinned, please watch MsGoldgirl’s video on this same topic: http://bit.ly/2Bv80QN. Truth be told, she inspired this video andRead more
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, taking into considering things like PRO’s and CON’s. The first alternative is Kojic acid……Hope youRead 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
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.