Skin lightening products
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Skin Lightener :
The following ingredients work much like hydroquinone, by inhibiting the melanin-producing enzyme tyrosinase:
Skin lightening and Vitamin C (a.k.a. ascorbic acid) - Available in an increasing number of skin care products, vitamin C can be applied topically as a serum (La Roche-Posay Biomedic Potent-C 10.5 Concentrate, for example) or as a powder (I like Philosophy Hope and a Prayer powder). Creams such as Murad Essential C Daily Renewal Complex are good for dry skin types.
skin lightening - Kojic acid and arbutin - These ingredients are ideal for pigmented types who also have sensitive skin. (You can find both in SkinCeuticals Phyto+, Philosophy's A Pigment of Your Imagination and Dr. Michelle Copeland Pigment Formula.) in skin lightening
skin lightening and Licorice extract - Sensitive skin types in particular will also appreciate licorice extract's anti-inflammatory properties. (Try MD Formulations Vit-A-Plus Illuminating Crème for your body - it lightens, moisturizes, and protects you from further damage with SPF 15. For the face I like DDF Brightening Cleanser, which contains both licorice extract and kojic acid.)
Skin lightening for african americans
Great story in today's Los Angeles Times about Asian-Americans (usually first generation immigrants) and their use of skin lightening products.
There are so many things at work here: an ancient idea that says that women with very pale skin are not laborers; that those with darker skin have native blood, and that those who are dark are low-class in Skin lightening for african americans.
Skin lightening treatment and the story does not identify the women by their specific ethnicities, but among Filipinos, you can definitely see the prejudice through the lens of pop culture: every movie star or pop singer in the Philippines is light-skinned.
On the beauty side of the coin, this makes me laugh about the lengths that some women will go to. One woman dons a huge visor that covers her face and gloves that cover her forearms in order to not get more sun while driving. One woman spends a few hundred dollars a month to have a treatment she believes will interfere with the melanin production in her skin in Skin lightening treatment.
Fascination with skin color confounds me. I think as the generations go on, there will be far less of this, mostly because the white American ideal is to have tanned skin. Almost everyone quoted in the story is first generation. (For clarification, first generation is the first generation to immigrate, not the first native-born generation.) in Skin lightening treatment
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