Face: Kojie San
Body: G&G lotion, Clinic Clear lotion, Carotone BSC Serum, G&G oil
Soap: Dead Sea Salt and Clear Essence Aha and Kojie San (Face)
The original question is very interesting though. When I google pictures of people who either chose to chemically depigment or suffer vitiligo universalis, I notice a difference. Some of them appear to have paper-white skin while others seem to obtain a more natural pink tone. I wonder why this is. It may be the lighting in the photograph or it may be individual differences in the skin. It's hard to tell because I never observed it in person. However, some time ago I saw an albino person of african descent. His skin did not look pale at all, but really looked like a normal caucasian skin. very light of course, but not unnaturally white. I think, maybe some people will maintain an undertone, but this probably cannot be influenced.