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KNOW YOUR SKIN TYPE…

I get ask A LOT about what type of makeup do I use, your skin is so smooth what do you use, and etc….  Well the first response/question to most people is, what’s your skin type?  The reason being, because it’s all about how you prep your face and skin care routine (for your skin type) that will give you that flawless look… For example, if you have oily skin and using products that are made for dry skin, you will most likely not have that flawless skin you are hoping for…  So here’s a chart that is very helpful on figuring out your skin type.  Take a look and see which one suits your skin the best.

 

For more info:  http://www.bathandunwind.com/beauty-blog/product-category/face-care/how-to-recognise-your-skin-type/

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      Krystal

      If your having the brown spots, try hydroquinone. This bleaching agent, available in department and drugstores or by prescription, works by interfering with an enzyme that helps your skin produce melanin, the brown pigment that shows up as spots. Look for it over the counter in concentrations up to 2 percent; prescription versions will usually have 4 percent.

      If you decide to go with a prescription be careful to apply it only on the specific areas you want to lighten. “Hydroquinone is bleach,” says Dr. Hirsch. “It can’t distinguish the skin you want to bleach from the skin you don’t.” For precise application, she recommends using a Q-tip — or even an inexpensive eyeliner brush — to dot it directly on the spots.

      But here are some over the counter products you can try as well before going to a doctor: AMBI Skincare Fade Cream ($5, drugstores) or Murad Age Spot and Pigment Lightening Gel ($58, sephora.com).

      Here are some more products to try: SkinCeuticals Phyto + ($68, skinceuticals.com), which is enriched with kojic acid; Avon Anew Alternative Photo-Radiance Treatment SPF 15 ($25, avon.com) with licorice extract and glycolic acid; or Kiehl’s Bright Brightening Botanical Moisture Fluid ($40, kiehls.com), which contains licorice, vitamin C, and mulberry.

      When using the over the counter products don’t expect the spots will disappear or your skin should feel like a baby’s bottom, but think more of it will look less noticeable and more softer then usual… Instead of thinking it will completely take the problem away…

      Hope this helps…

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