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    Skincare: Difference between whitening, brightening and lightening your skin?

    Skincare: Difference between whitening, brightening and lightening your skin?
    Skincare: Difference between whitening, brightening and lightening your skin?

    When it comes to skincare, the words you choose are important because they indicate what you should buy and use.

    Many people feel that everyone who is worried about their skin or takes care of it is bleaching, regardless of the terminology used, although this is not necessarily the case.

    Skin Whitening

    Bleaching is the most common term for skin whitening. Skin-whitening is the process of using chemicals to modify your natural skin tone.

    Hydroquinone is one of the ingredients used to whiten skin. Exogenous Ochronosis, which causes blue-black patches on your skin, is one of the many side effects.

    If you want your skin to be luminous, smooth, and free of spots and imperfections, you should brighten or lighten it.

    Skin lightening

    Use the natural products listed below to lighten your skin with little to no adverse effects. Bearberry Extract, Niacinamide, Aloe Vera, Azelaic Acid, Glutathione, Liquorice Root Extract, Kojic Acid, Lactic Acid, and Glycolic Acid are some of the products available.

    Aloe vera is a miracle worker when it comes to skincare.

    You may occasionally feel as if your skin is dull, and you wish to brighten it or at the very least have skin that sparkles. The presence of dull and dead cells in your skin, on the other hand, inhibits this from occurring. Skin brightening also helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the face.

    Skin brightening

    Retinol, Alpha and beta hydroxy acids, and Vitamin C can all help to brighten your skin.

    Finally, the products you use determines whether the skin is whitening, brightening, or lightening.

     

    Read Also: 5 Amazing Ways To Care For Your Skin As a Man

     

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      Bernard
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      why do Africans think a light skin means a better skin… thats the mentality the western culture inculcated in us

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      John Adeleke
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      all this matter nah women e concern shah

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