|There IS Beautiful Skin!|
-A melanin inhibitor. Like an Arbutin cream, or the infamous Hydroquinone. Melanin is the pigment that gives your skin color. These inhibit that process.
-An exfoliating agent that actually sloughs off the top layer of dead skin cells. This will expedite the lightening process, because the medicine can reach the innermost levels of the skin.
-Some patience. Effects usually take about 3 months to take effect. -A healthy diet and "skin whitening fruits". There are actual fruits that if applied topically and eaten,have skin lightening effects. The leading fruit is papaya, wherein its enzyme papain can lighten
Many people bleach or lighten their skin for a plethora of reasons. Many times they have suffered from skin discoloration and marks due from birth, from hyper pigmentation, melasma, and the like. There are many components and parts to the skin. This tutorial will teach you how to brighten and lighten your skin from the inside and out, step by step.
You need to wash your face thoroughly and correctly. Most people put water on their face, foam up the product in their hands; and then apply it to your face. You are half correct. Wet your face and your hands, foam up the product in your hands and then apply it to your face. Wash in a circular motion through every nook and cranny. Also, don't forget the neck. And continue to wash your face for 5 solid minutes to wash your face completely. When you're done, wash the product off your face with cold water to seal off your skin.
Apply the lotion. I recommend hydroquinone because it is one of the more milder, yet effective, ways of bleaching your skin. If nothing else fails, you can also use monobenzone.I recommend the HQ+ Gel Peel, from Amazon
You need to have patience. It helps if you lead a healthy lifestyle supplemented by exercise and a proper diet. Don't forget the sunscreen! It's absolutely imperative. Sometimes, sunscreen alone may give you a lighter shade. Sunscreen is absolutely important.
Tips And Warnings:
-se Sunscreen of atleast 30 SPF. Use it in the summer AND spring, and everything else in between. Basically, use it year long.
-Your skin might have bouts of irritation. Make sure you use a light moisturizer or oil, like jojoba oil.
-There is a reason why monobenzone is available only via a prescription. Be careful with it. Do more research before you decide to use such a powerful chemical. There are certain restraints and requirements when using monobenzone.