Thank you! I will definitely try some peels.I have the same issue. You might need to try a stronger peel (like TCA or Jessners) or try doing a series of peels with lightening oils. One use of a peeling oil isn't going to be enough. You have to use them spaced out over a long time in conjunction with a lightening agent. The newbie thread at the top of the lightening forum has more answers - also you can use the search tool to look for info on different peels.
La stands for Lactic Acid and Ga standard for Glycolic Acid. If you’re not familiar with peels or chemicals start off with these types of lotions because TCA is pretty strong. I wouldn’t recommend it for newbies.What's a la lotion and ga lotion if you don't mind telling?
Start with something milder like Lactic acid peels or a peeling oil. TCA peels, as I mentioned, are a deeper peel that would be good for tougher areas of the body like elbows and knees, but its too advanced people just starting out. If you just starting instead try a low percentage Lactic and glycolic acid peels first just to see how you take to it.Thank you! I will definitely try some peels.
I think I've tried all the exfoliating lotions. The best one are glytone (glycolic acid) and fair and white aha lotion (lactic acid).What's a la lotion and ga lotion if you don't mind telling?