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For some reason this cream is not popular. It's never discussed on this board nor any other forum. There is a steroid version as well as a non-steroid version. Has anyone ever used or known anyone that used OMIC? If so, please give a review. There's a store near me that sells both versions and I've always wanted to try. It's a tube, the box is white, gold, and yellow.
 

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I've never heard of this cream before. I've had bad experiences trying new products especially products that have a sister brand with steroids....it's so many creams at the african markets that I go in with laser focus bc that stuff is tempting but it's too hard clearing up hyper pigments and burns!! I'm gonna google this product to see what I can find. Did you start your other regi?
 

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No, I didn't start that regime because my CaroWhite hasn't arrived yet. I'm still confused as heck about CaroWhite/Light. I might just get SkinLight even though folks say it's thick as ever.
 

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Quote: Originally Posted by dkimble106

Maybe Skin Light won't be thick if it's diluted somehow with something else. I wouldn't know what to dilute it with, so...eh x)



LOL, I know. I need to find out what's good to dilute SkinLight with. I also want to ask if it's ok to mix it then store in a bottle or should I mix in my hands before applying. I just might start a thread to ask those questions. I'm sure a new thread would piss people off '_'
 

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Lol you love starting new threads dont you :-D
LOL, I know. I'm about to start a thread to ask what's good to dilute SkinLight with. I also want to ask if it's ok to mix it then store in a bottle or should I mix in my hands before applying. I just might start a thread to ask those questions. I'm sure a new thread will piss people off '_'
 

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Skinlight is a hQ lightener...comes in jar (cream)and bottle (lotion). I mixed my skinlight with sure white serum and that helps with the thickness. The authentic OMIC is one of the Mitchell group brands, they also have ikb, carotis, fair and white and precious. Expplote the mitchell group website for their different products and you will be amazed at the different options ......
 

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Scooped some out and mixed in the jar...I added 1 sure white serum and Maxi-white serum...the only thing that lightened my back and buttcuff...as I was very dark. For very dark skin tone, I doubt natural lighteners do much at the beginning...the key to successful skin lightening is to do everything in moderation and know what works for you...
 

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Scooped some out and mixed in the jar...I added 1 sure white serum and Maxi-white serum...the only thing that lightened my back and buttcuff...as I was very dark. For very dark skin tone, I doubt natural lighteners do much at the beginning...the key to successful skin lightening is to do everything in moderation and know what works for you...
Ohhh ok! I'm glad to know that SkinLight can be stored in a jar! I hate mixing in my hands every day, I find it easier to mix the stuff and store in a jar so it already be mixed! Glad to know that this product can be stored! So you had success with SkinLight, Sure white, and Maxi-White serums? Anything else added to the regime? Where did you buy your SkinLight? Yep, this will be my product '_'
 

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I swear girl you crack me up yeah i have heard of skinlight cream i didnt like it though too greasy for me and it gave me a huge headache i swear i cant handle those cheap creams. And the smell was too strong for me. Ive nver heard of omic
Ohhhh you're the one who had the head aches! Sheesh, that was one of the reasons I preferred CaroLight! I hate head aches!!
 

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for some reason this cream is not popular. It's never discussed on this board nor any other forum. There is a steroid version as well as a non-steroid version. Has anyone ever used or known anyone that used OMIC? If so, please give a review. There's a store near me that sells both versions and I've always wanted to try. It's a tube, the box is white, gold, and yellow.
 
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