hi i used skin lite cream to get fairness and im fairer and i stop applying skin lite cream and i used local fairness creams to get fairness but not got fairness and im too dull plz tel a gud produst to get fairness without side effectsView Thread
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There is a great new product on the market aimed at improving colon health by correcting the anorectal angle and making elimination easier and more effective - which translates into a cleaner more active digestive systems for glowing skin! can't look great if your insides are clogged. I have this product and think it's amazing: called Squatty Potty. Google it! a really simple concept that is changing lives!
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One of the most important things in preventing lines and to nip it in the butt when they're just starting, is to be aware of what your face does.
You said that you're under a lot of stress, which can translate to your facial expression without you realizing it. If you wrinkle your forehead a lot, then that can cause crease lines. Somebody pulling their eyebrows together a lot might have to deal with a stubborn vertical line right there.
Even when you are very sure that you are controlling your facial expressions, think about how you sit while reading, writing, studying, on the computer, etc. If you rest your head on your hand with your elbow on the table, it will cause lines as well if done often enough. Also gives you "computer elbow", which goes from just being red to being calloused and cracked.
While Retinol is best in prevention of wrinkles, it does help to diminish them as well. But it's not a miracle cure. The aging progress will catch up with you.. There isn't and never will be an easy cure for wrinkles. But they can be delayed by monitoring your own habits.
Ok, I'm not saying to develop a face carved out of stone, which doesn't show emotions or any kind of life.. Be as you've always been when socializing. But also remember that when you're under stress, your face can reflect that without you even noticing. Learn how your face feels in certain circumstances and confirm it by having a mirror handy.
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Botox is like Kleenex; it is a brand name that is commonly used to refer to the entire class of similar products. Botox (onabotulinumtoxinA) and Dysport (abobotulinumtoxinA) are the leading treatments on the market. Both treatments work by a similar mechanism; they block the neurotransmitter that leads to muscle contraction. By relaxing the overactive muscles of the face, deep wrinkles on the face formed by excessive movement can be prevented.Botox was the first product of its kind of be approved for cosmetic use in the United States; it has been approved by the FDA since 2002. Dysport was more recently approved by the FDA, in 2009, but has been successfully used in Europe since 1991. One difference between Botox and Dysport is that studies have shown different time of onset; Dysport delivers results more quickly and has been approved to last at least four months after each treatment.
The most common areas for both Botox and Dysport treatment are the glabella (the area between the eyebrows), crows feet (the lines coming away from the eyes when you smile or squint), and the forehead (to prevent and treat those deep horizontal lines on the forehead.) It is important to visit an expert Dysport or Botox injector, in order to have the best possible results. >
Overall, my best tip is to find a reputable board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon that you trust- the type of toxin is much less important that the technique of the doctor who is injecting you
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