I want to be lighter
Hi Maria. I heard so many good compliments about you and I couldn't stop myself from asking you. I want to get way way lighter.
I wanted to use one of the skin whitening soaps for both body and face. But don't know which one. I have sensetive skin. Im a brown skin tone but like a light light brown skin tone by the chest down to stomach. I want to get back to my light light brown color and go a little bit lighter.
And the rest of my body is brown and my butt is really dark brown and I have shaving marks, scars on my body as well.
What soap would you advice me. Would the soap help to lighten my birthmark on the face? Would the soap help to get rid pimples, blemishes, and pores on the face?
And about skin peeling does that hurt? And complications?
And after when I reached my skin tone can I wear a high spf sunscreen so I won't get dark again?
According to me in the skin tone chart Im a 9-10. And my chest area going down to my stomach is a color 6-5. And I want to achieve the color white to light brown. Can you please help me out? Thanks.
Hi Shyleen, thank you for visitng our site. Let me help you with your questions -
Since you have sensitive skin, it might be safer to try a milder skin lightening soap set - Diana Stalder Black Soap Lightening Kit that includes the black soap, lightening lotion and cream. Results may take time (2-5 weeks) so jsut be patient and consistent.
The above kit can also lighten your problem dark spots and even out the skin tone along the process. In addition, if it work s well for your type of skin, acne or pimples can be controlled due to the exfoliation/peeling process.
However, I'm afraid a birthmark will stay as it is, because this is beyond skin deep, not epidermal. Only laser treatment can remove or fade it.
Peeling would be mild, like pencil shavings when you rub off shedding skin with your hands (do this ONLY in the shower when skin is wet).
Sunscreen will ALWAYS be a part of the process, during and after skin lightening.
Remember, your skin will get to its lightest shade that it will only allow.