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    Skin allergic to everything

    Hi, please amin dire need of a lot of help. I used to lighten my skin without any problems, but now anything I put on my face irritate it. If I use anything with hydroquinone I can very tiny red spots which are very itchy. If I try the rest of kojic based my face becomes so dry and itchy. I always exfoliate before trying any creams or gels.
    I have tried Carol White cream, Carol right cream, nadinola, ikb, neopreson fair and white, g&g maxi white and nothing seems to help. Now am only using jergens healing lotion which is leaving me soo oily. Where have I gone wrong, or is there anything I can mix with to avoid the irritation? Please help

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    What are you using to exfoliate? Try not exfoliating prior to applying your products and see if you still get the irritation.
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    I have used fair and white exfoliating soap.,dudu osun soap, and kojic acid soap

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    Thanks. I'll look it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoi2009 View Post
    Hi, please amin dire need of a lot of help. I used to lighten my skin without any problems, but now anything I put on my face irritate it. If I use anything with hydroquinone I can very tiny red spots which are very itchy. If I try the rest of kojic based my face becomes so dry and itchy. I always exfoliate before trying any creams or gels.
    I have tried Carol White cream, Carol right cream, nadinola, ikb, neopreson fair and white, g&g maxi white and nothing seems to help. Now am only using jergens healing lotion which is leaving me soo oily. Where have I gone wrong, or is there anything I can mix with to avoid the irritation? Please help
    I had the same problem give your skin a 2 month or more break from lightening and skin build using cerave products and Shea butter your skin barrier is broken

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    A lot of the cheap whitening brands like caro and cousins, will eventually make you intolerant because they're riddled with chemicals that don't have anything to do with lightening. Such as too many parabens, phthalates, etc.

    You are better off doing what I have started to and make your own simple and effective lotions.

    Buy a lotion that is lightweight or use a hydrating toner for the face. For lotion that will keep hyperpigmentation at bay and even you out, use Meladerm. Its on civantskincare.com //I have used it for years. If you want a hydrating toner use the Klairs unscented (clear) toner which you can get on Amazon.com

    Don't over exfoliate your face. Give it time to strengthen. You can just run a sensitive razor over it for a light manual exfoliation and to keep micro hairs from clogging your pores and causing breakouts. I use the pink venus sensitive razor.

    Take vitamin C and MSM and liposomal glutathione when you can. I would really push for the vitamin C and MSM, since you can see results faster. Just take 4000-21000 mg in the morning. Only the powder form. You need to detox and lighten from the inside.

    As far as body. Ditch Mitchell Brands and head for MakingCosmetics.com //They have a large selection of lightening actives that you can, depending on its composition, just stir into a lotion you already have. For example, they sell a liquid oz of skinwhite msh (sepiwhite) which you can pour into a body cream or lotion of your choice, since it will thicken it, and just use that. Skinwhite msh fluid also mixes flawlessly with oil so you can have a lightening oil that also doubles as a skin builder if you want.

    If you want a more natural whitening extract, they have licorice root and bearberry in small but potent concentrations that you can mix into any complete cream you want. They even have resveratrol powder.

    Currently Im trying out their Skinwhite ascutin with a vitamin C base cream.

    So yeah, check that site out and make your own stuff and for the face try that toner or the lotion. Its time to move into a different caliber of lightening products, thats all. You'll be okay~

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    Thanks a lot for your response. I'll check that out

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    Quote Originally Posted by HikarinoUmi View Post
    A lot of the cheap whitening brands like caro and cousins, will eventually make you intolerant because they're riddled with chemicals that don't have anything to do with lightening. Such as too many parabens, phthalates, etc.

    You are better off doing what I have started to and make your own simple and effective lotions.

    Buy a lotion that is lightweight or use a hydrating toner for the face. For lotion that will keep hyperpigmentation at bay and even you out, use Meladerm. Its on civantskincare.com //I have used it for years. If you want a hydrating toner use the Klairs unscented (clear) toner which you can get on Amazon.com

    Don't over exfoliate your face. Give it time to strengthen. You can just run a sensitive razor over it for a light manual exfoliation and to keep micro hairs from clogging your pores and causing breakouts. I use the pink venus sensitive razor.

    Take vitamin C and MSM and liposomal glutathione when you can. I would really push for the vitamin C and MSM, since you can see results faster. Just take 4000-21000 mg in the morning. Only the powder form. You need to detox and lighten from the inside.

    As far as body. Ditch Mitchell Brands and head for MakingCosmetics.com //They have a large selection of lightening actives that you can, depending on its composition, just stir into a lotion you already have. For example, they sell a liquid oz of skinwhite msh (sepiwhite) which you can pour into a body cream or lotion of your choice, since it will thicken it, and just use that. Skinwhite msh fluid also mixes flawlessly with oil so you can have a lightening oil that also doubles as a skin builder if you want.

    If you want a more natural whitening extract, they have licorice root and bearberry in small but potent concentrations that you can mix into any complete cream you want. They even have resveratrol powder.

    Currently Im trying out their Skinwhite ascutin with a vitamin C base cream.

    So yeah, check that site out and make your own stuff and for the face try that toner or the lotion. Its time to move into a different caliber of lightening products, thats all. You'll be okay~
    on making cosmetic they say to use Skin white msh at a 2- 7% level , and that PH of final profuct may need to be ajusted , sounds kinda complicated lol how do u do for the % and PH ?? or do u just pour it into a lotion regardless of % and PH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flawlessBright View Post
    on making cosmetic they say to use Skin white msh at a 2- 7% level , and that PH of final profuct may need to be ajusted , sounds kinda complicated lol how do u do for the % and PH ?? or do u just pour it into a lotion regardless of % and PH.
    Its really simple, it just sounds complicated. Look at it like you do a recipe. In a recipe it takes 100% to complete it. Same thing in skin care. So if you are adding 7% of an ingredient, it will take another 93% of other ingredients to complete it = 100%. So 7% Skin White, and 93% of your base lotion = 100%. Measuring just requires a scale, that goes down to 0.01 grams. Like this

    https://www.amazon.com/GDEALER-Digit...s%2C226&sr=8-3

    Then to figure out your measurements go to this batch size calculator. http://www.wholesalesuppliesplus.com...alculator.aspx

    At the top where it says "total batch size" type in how much you want to make. Lets say you want to make 5 ozs. So type in 5 oz there. Then go down to the ingredient field type in Skin White then put in the % you are going to use, so lets say 7%. Then go to the next line and put in your base cream 93%. Then at the bottom hit calculate and it will give you the measurements. Which then you would use your scale to measure out what you need. Look at the grams field, that is how much you would need of each. Have I lost you yet?? If so just ask, I will explain it until you say...........Ok, I get it .

    Don't over think it, just take it one step at a time, and soon enough you will see it isn't difficult at all. Just requires a few little tools. If you decide to go for it I will explain the scale part once you get it, and how you go about measuring, etc.

    As for the pH, that just requires strips and Makingcosmetic has those, and are super easy to use as well. https://www.makingcosmetics.com/pH-I...-13_p_337.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by HikarinoUmi View Post
    A lot of the cheap whitening brands like caro and cousins, will eventually make you intolerant because they're riddled with chemicals that don't have anything to do with lightening. Such as too many parabens, phthalates, etc.

    You are better off doing what I have started to and make your own simple and effective lotions.

    Buy a lotion that is lightweight or use a hydrating toner for the face. For lotion that will keep hyperpigmentation at bay and even you out, use Meladerm. Its on civantskincare.com //I have used it for years. If you want a hydrating toner use the Klairs unscented (clear) toner which you can get on Amazon.com

    Don't over exfoliate your face. Give it time to strengthen. You can just run a sensitive razor over it for a light manual exfoliation and to keep micro hairs from clogging your pores and causing breakouts. I use the pink venus sensitive razor.

    Take vitamin C and MSM and liposomal glutathione when you can. I would really push for the vitamin C and MSM, since you can see results faster. Just take 4000-21000 mg in the morning. Only the powder form. You need to detox and lighten from the inside.

    As far as body. Ditch Mitchell Brands and head for MakingCosmetics.com //They have a large selection of lightening actives that you can, depending on its composition, just stir into a lotion you already have. For example, they sell a liquid oz of skinwhite msh (sepiwhite) which you can pour into a body cream or lotion of your choice, since it will thicken it, and just use that. Skinwhite msh fluid also mixes flawlessly with oil so you can have a lightening oil that also doubles as a skin builder if you want.

    If you want a more natural whitening extract, they have licorice root and bearberry in small but potent concentrations that you can mix into any complete cream you want. They even have resveratrol powder.

    Currently Im trying out their Skinwhite ascutin with a vitamin C base cream.

    So yeah, check that site out and make your own stuff and for the face try that toner or the lotion. Its time to move into a different caliber of lightening products, thats all. You'll be okay~
    What vitamin C and MSM brand do you recommend?

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