I'm out of my league in this post as well, but my friend has noticed that her skin is turning lighter -- it's even all over, not patchy. She doesn't feel uncomfortable in Canada but when she visits her relatives in the islands she feels terribly embarassed. Has anyone experienced a skin tone change without using any product? I'm posting this on her behalf.
I checked out that site and it seems that those products are aimed at correcting aberrations in skin color - due to hormones, sun exposure, and the like.
..... But that begs the question, at least for me, and so I ask it here in the hope that someone can/will respond .....
Huh? Where did this come from? Anyway, I did a quick search and found that a side effect of some chemo is actually hyperpigmentation. Here's the link -Do you think chemo theraphy would cause skin lightening?
Post #2 -- my friend's skin has lightened significantly over the past several years and the only possible thing I can think of is the chemo she had for breast cancer. Her doctors think it's a trivial condition.Huh? Where did this come from? Anyway, I did a quick search and found that a side effect of some chemo is actually hyperpigmentation. Here's the link -
Skin Reactions - Cancer Symptoms, Chemotherapy & Chemo Side Effects
Chemo does mess up your skin in general, though.