Topic: How to get light skin.?
June 18, 2019 / By Breeda Question:
So im brown skin and i want skin light as a tan white persons? How can i do this? I am NOT a self hater or race hater. All races are good.
Alexandra | 9 days ago
Number one rule: stay out of the sun. Like Mario Lopez, he's a Mexican descent, but he won't even stand outside in the sun to do a photo shoot for a tanning lotion. Julianne Moore is one of those, who like to protect her skin from AGING. She walks in the shade. I grow up in Asia for 13 years, so I was dark, but it took more than 13 years to the color I have now. My neighbor only do errands after the sun had gone down.
Best sunscreen: wear denim clothing, floppy hat, or umbrella. They were invented to protect us from the elements.
Your tan will fade after several months even years, depends how old you are now. I was a vendor outside, sitting only in the shade, until a car parked in front of me, the glass reflecting right @ me, during sunset, caused my chest to tan (not burn) and discolored, for about 3 weeks.
I've been protecting myself from the sun since I was 9.
1. Because I don't want to look like a farmer.
2. Because I get too hot.
3. I want to look like movie stars & models, they have blemish-free skins.
4. I don't want to look like an old prune or get moles on my neck & face like my aunts.
No matter, I still got Discoid Lupus (Google it), caused from the sun. It took 12 years for them to fade. Tried all kinds of lotions that were prescribed to me, and none of them worked. More & more now I protect myself and I take my wide brim hat everywhere I go, or use an umbrella. Floppy hats are back in style. In Asia, they use umbrella all the time. Here in the States, people started to catch on, and I see people walking w/umbrella, they are used on the beach, and they sell patio umbrellas. It was invented for a reason and also to protect us from getting skin cancer. Wear long jackets, or denim a lot. Even inside a car, the heat alone from the sun can tan anyone.
While in HS, I frequently wear a floppy hat. Thank God, those are now back again! I've use a wide brim hat, even in the car to avoid glare. Long drives I put a blanket over the window, and my umbrella comes with me everywhere.
RE SKIN LIGHTENING:
The FDA have banned 23 more whitening products. Google it. About 17,600,000 results.
The reason cited for the proposed ban is that studies in rodents show "some evidence" that hydroquinone may act as a carcinogen or cancer-causing chemical, although its cancer-causing properties have yet to be proved in humans. Hydroquinone also has been linked with the medical condition known as ochronosis in which the skin becomes dark and thick. Dome-shaped yellowish spots and grayish-brown spots also are observed in ochronosis among black women and men in South Africa, Britain, and the U.S. Ochronosis has been observed in conjunction with hydroquinone use even in persons who have used hydroquinone-containing cosmetics for a short time. Some studies also report abnormal function of the adrenal glands and high levels of mercury in people who have used hydroquinone-containing cosmetics. For these reasons, hydroquinone has already been banned in Japan, the European Union, and Australia.
Any skin-lightening products containing hydroquinone would be considered new drugs, according to the proposed FDA regulations. The products would require FDA approval before being sold to the public and would only be available with a doctor's prescription.
Skin Creams, Soaps and Lotions Marketed as Skin Lighteners and Anti-aging Treatments: May Contain the Toxic Metal, Mercury
Take the Skin Picture Quiz - Identify These Common Skin Conditions on MedicineNet.
One YA poster used lemon on her skin: "i use 2 put lemon on my face mostly my chin area, and wat happend it dried it out and actually made it look darker and now looks discolored…"
The sun is more powerful than most people think!
Originally Answered: how to get light skin colour?
1. Staying out of the sun. If you have gotten sunburned before you're 18, you'll have dark spots or brown spots, some get freckles and those will get darker and bumpier as you get older. It's best not to make them darker or bumpy, and staying out of the sun will prevent that. Just from the heat, can make anyone flaky. I use my wide brim hat everywhere I go, and while I'm inside a car as a rider, I use blanket over the window or sit where it's shady. Lotions does not protect you from sunburn, same with cancer and could permanently discolor your skin. In time your dark skin will get lighter.
2. Use a washcloth when taking a shower. I use Bath & Body (Suave, Dove, Irish Spring, etc.) wash for body & face. No baths! The less you're in the water, the less you'll get wrinkles.
Use a wide brim hat. I've been protecting myself from the sun since age 9, but no matter, I still got Discoid Lupus. Google it. It took 12 years for that to fade. So I'm more & more protecting myself, even in the car.
I didn't have BFs either. I went to school to study. When you're ready, after you graduate and have a job, a place of your own, and a car, then you'll be ready to accommodate and fall in love, even start a family.
I am in my 60's with skin like that of a baby's bottom, and I get one tiny zit a month or none.
Originally Answered: how to get light skin colour?
I love the skin tone of nearly any shade. Probably because I'm an Artist. With different skin tones, come different facial features too. I am so glad we all do not look the same. How boring that would be.
Other than using some chemical form of treatment lotions, etc. The natural way would be to opt for Vitamin C skin lotion treatment, which you can make (mix) on your own at home.
Vitamin C is best natural skin lightener there is.
skin colour is genetic. you need to have light skinned ancestors
otherwise, you can just give a lot of money to charlatans who cannot fulfill your desires