Among all the skin whitening products available in the market, whitening lotions and creams are the most convenient, straightforward, and easy-to-use. One can actually apply it anytime, anywhere. No wonder, demand is getting higher through the years. Skin lightening products reduce the production of melanin, a natural substance that gives the skin its color. Lesser melanin content means whiter skin. There are numerous external and natural factors causing the skin to become darker and experience pre-mature aging. Too much sun exposure, natural aging, stress and the wrong choice of skin care products are just few of the reasons why people experience skin hyper-pigmentation.
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Posted by The Opulence Skin on 9/25/2017 to Skin Whitening
Posted by The Opulence Skin on 9/18/2017 to Skin Whitening
Not all skin types are the same. Aside from the color which is the most obvious subject of comparison, the structure also differs based on ethnicity, texture, and many other factors that can be explained more scientifically by research and studies. Filipino skin types are generally classified into four: oily, dry, normal or the combination of these types. Thus, each skin’s reaction to skincare products may also differ. What’s effective to someone else may not be as effective as it is to your skin. Filipino’s moreno skin may take a little more time before seeing the effect of whitening products compared to those with whiter skin.
Posted by The Opulence Skin on 9/11/2017 to Underarm Whitening
If there would be a list of the most common problems every women experience in their personal hygiene, dark underarm must have been on top of the list. The saddest part about dark underarms is suddenly having it at a certain stage of life, usually during the age of puberty and the condition gets worse as you age. It can even last a lifetime if not given an effective remedy. It seems normal and natural but in fact, it is not. There are reasons why people, especially women, experience having dark underarms. For instance, too much shaving as it removes the outermost layer of the skin and causes abrasion and sometimes swelling. Other reasons are the use of harmful deodorants, not exfoliating regularly, obesity, and accumulation of dead skin cells due to poor hygiene. Even the friction between the underarms and clothes can irritate and darken the skin. In the Philippines, the hot weather condition contributes to excessive underarm sweating that causes the area to grow bacteria and this results to odor and darkening of the skin.
Posted by The Opulence Skin on 9/4/2017 to Food Supplements
Glutathione has always been associated with miracle whitening, but did you know that there's more to it? Before it was medically and commercially recognized as the most powerful whitening agent in the world, it was first proven to be the master antioxidant of the human body. Classified as a Sulfuric Tripeptide, it consists of three amino acids known as Glutamic Acid, L-Cysteine and L-Glycine. The body naturally produces a certain level of Glutathione and it's the sole antioxidant that is intracellular. This means that it can act inside the cells and maintain its health and performance. It protects the cells by neutralizing free radicals and oxidative stress, the agents causing damage to healthy cells.