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  1. #111
    @caramelgodess it’s too small and expansive to be used on its own on my entire body. I thought diluting can save me money, I’d probably run out of cream in 4-5 days if used on the entire body.

    I had no idea %4 was considered little for HQ. I guess I’ll have to wait longer than I anticipated to see results.

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  3. #112
    Quote Originally Posted by caramelgodess View Post
    Hey luv @chiny

    one serum I can recommend for a more yellow complexion is maxi white serum hq it's very common in Nigeria so shouldn't be hard to find. And also Carotein gels I think you can purchase two maxiwhite and 1 Carotein gel then another is 55h+Strong Lightening glycerin it's not a serum but glycerin you could use about 4 tspns to 250ml of the lotion.
    So the mix would be 1 maxiwhite hq (30ml)plus
    half Carotein toning gel (15ml) plus 4tspns lightening glycerine (20ml)
    this should be mixed in 250ml worth of lotion. It should give a good boost Atleast take you up a shade with a yellow tone.
    @CaramelGoddess Thanks babe...
    The complexion i am aiming for is a creamy pale-yellow complexion!!
    Something like the complexion of the lady on my DP.
    *Love that tone like crazzzy*

    Do you think me adding those ingredients to my bedon lotion would help me achieve dat tone??
    If not, plz give me better/stronger ideas for mixing the bedon lotion.
    Last edited by chiny; 02-03-2020 at 02:26 PM.

  4. #113
    Quote Originally Posted by caramelgodess View Post
    hiyaa @Goldencream honestly I've never used Carotein on its own I always use it mixed with other serums in my lotion. so I can't say it lightens but I think it helps give a natural glow. Not that washed out bleacher look that's why I like it so much.
    So if you want it for just lightening alone I don't think so tbh.
    I just want even skin and a glow so i could go for it and throw in a few serums?

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  6. #114
    Quote Originally Posted by caramelgodess View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by pengcaramelglo View Post
    You are goooorgeous !!!!!

    How light were you when u started this routine?

    How long have you been doing this routine?
    Thanks a lott luv @pengcaramelglo hmm I think I started using it in 2018 july or August. It wasn't even supposed to be a mainstay I had just used a cream from a mixer that made me really really light but I got TERRIBLE stretchmarks so I had to stop so I just went into my cosmetics cupboard and mixed up what was in my stash at that point i didn't have spare cash to buy anything new. And Tada! I found this mix was able to maintain the tone whereas I was expecting it to darken me.
    Lemme post a pic of when I was on that mix so you'd know my starting shade
    Attachment 65209
    I think I got a more pale tone from the mix then when I switched got more yellow.
    Thanks for the reply. Which mix did you use first the name? where did you buy it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by caramelgodess View Post
    I have no idea. Zilch but @gymrat can help here!
    although why don't you just use the 4% hq cream on its own cause if you're trying to mix it with a non-lightening lotion that would just dilute the hq and you might get little to no lightening?
    I don't think a 4% hq cream is strong enough to mix in a non lightening cream and still maintain its efficacy. Maybe a higher percentage but 4%? I don't know.
    Agreed, @Skinandwhatnot I would just use the 4% HQ cream, if you want to layer a basic lotion over it after its applied, you can do that
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  8. #116
    Quote Originally Posted by chiny View Post
    @CaramelGoddess Thanks babe...
    The complexion i am aiming for is a creamy pale-yellow complexion!!
    Something like the complexion of the lady on my DP.
    *Love that tone like crazzzy*

    Do you think me adding those ingredients to my bedon lotion would help me achieve dat tone??
    If not, plz give me better/stronger ideas for mixing the bedon lotion.
    honestly @chiny I can prescribe waay stronger mixes but sadly I don't think they would give you that creamy Cy's tone. Any mix I'd prescribe to you I've used and not once did they make me pale yellow! Just a very HIGH GOLDEN yellow. I love Cy's skintone too the only time I ever got something similar was when I used maxiwhite KA serum in my mix. That's why I'm hunting for it like mad!

  9. #117
    Quote Originally Posted by pengcaramelglo View Post
    Thanks for the reply. Which mix did you use first the name? where did you buy it?
    it was a mixed cream from a babe in yaba. I was assured there were no steroids but now I doubt that. The base cream tho was called 'new-white' I think it's supposed to be made by the same Comp that makes Anew. Same ingredients and colour but diff bottle.

  10. #118
    Quote Originally Posted by Goldencream View Post
    I just want even skin and a glow so i could go for it and throw in a few serums?
    If that's all you're after then sure! Carotein is great for making the skin glow @Goldencream

  11. #119
    Quote Originally Posted by BlackSamson View Post
    I found this Thai product lightener/whitener in my beauty supply when I went to get a durag, the ingredients don’t look like much but usually Asian products work well, I just want to even my skin and knuckles
    @BlackSamson be careful with products from India or Thailand, some contain mercury & it isn`t listed.

  12. #120
    Quote Originally Posted by Mazikeen View Post
    @BlackSamson be careful with products from India or Thailand, some contain mercury & it isn`t listed.
    Thank you @Mazikeen I thought about this but somehow forgot to post a reply

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