Freddy, do you have any before and after pics?You do realize you are trying to change the color of your skin, right? There are obviously danger to it, anything that changes the color of your skin will be inevitably dangerous, but you'll have to use common sense to reduce risks. Used properly your chances of danger, such as cancer, are minimized greatly.
its not most men, your in the skin lightening section so of course most of the males here want to lighten. But in general, its not a big deal.i dont know why the males today are so much after having a fairer skin...they should realize that women now a days prefer Dark complexion better. yes i am one of them
Couldn't agree with you more! *Applauds* I've had many women tell me I look great tan. As a Caucasian male I've been riding dirt bikes, surfing, hitting up the tanning booths for years now and women here in Cali love men of color or men who are dark in general.. but not every single women out there.. just most it seems like. Me personally.. I will take the compliments but at the same time I've noticed the sun damage caused to my skin and I won't want to be in my 40s and 50s looking older than I should with wrinkles. I highly believe that HQ/RA will help bring that flawless, younger looking skin I had before I messed around with the sun way too much. I'm already starting to peel I think the .05 is a bit strong and there's redness all over but I picked up some Cetaphil moisturizer so hopefully that will help along with the Vitamin C serum I'm waiting on.For me, it's not about what men or what women like or what society likes. It is about what I like & what I believe suits me best.