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    Posted: Apr 23 2014 at 6:35pm
Nadinola extra strength, sold in the "ethnic hair" section of walmart has been the best bleaching agent I've tried.
 
I only bleach acne scars and it's the easiest and least expensive thing I've tried. It DOES have hydroquinone, but I've never had any issues.
 
Like someone else mentioned, dark necks, foreheads and cheeks can be a warning sign of diabetes.
 
 
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The reason of black neck is we give attention to our face.You can clean your neck with milk.Milk is very good cleanser.you can rub your neck with milk.After this,use a scrub.You can also mix olive oil & rub with it.Then wash your neck with water and use moisturizer.
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LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Rusty neck a$s.
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Wash with Kojie San soap and exfoliating glove. Then apply Carowhite for about a month. Should lighten it up quick. 

Faster results are achieved with peeling first though. 
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A dark skin around the neck is a common one, you can use a spoon of olive oil and scrub around the skin where it is affected. it will disappear in couple of months.
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According to the link below turmeric is a good natural remedy for dark skin patches/hyperpigmentation. Also note what the article says about how sunscreen is an absolute necessity if you don't want faded dark skin to keep coming back again!

http://ebonny.hubpages.com/hub/Hyperpigmentation-treatmenst-and-prevention

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Originally posted by morenaloca morenaloca wrote:

Thank you NarsAddict. I will def look into it but I know it will be hard for me. I need my sweet ass coffee creamer Cry


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Thank you NarsAddict. I will def look into it but I know it will be hard for me. I need my sweet ass coffee creamer Cry
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Originally posted by morenaloca morenaloca wrote:

Originally posted by Chinyesoul Chinyesoul wrote:

I also recommend using black soap, drinking lots of water and limiting sugar (especially refined and added sugar).


Can you explain? I've never heard this would help before



I know this wasn't directed at me but I think I could help. Limiting sugar is essential because it is a inflammatory substance in a sense that your pancreas and other organs involved in breaking down sugar into fructose and glucose.  Plus the structure of sugar is irritating to the blood vessels so if your blood sugar is constantly high, it scars up the vessels and that could lead to some long term damage.  Ideally you are only supposed to consume 24 grams of sugar a day and if you being honest with yourself, you are consuming way over that amount.  Think about it.  A can a pop/soda usually clocks in at 32 grams for 12 ounces.  Not to mentioned the processed foods like TV dinners, quick dinners, canned pasta sauces, cookies, cakes, candy, Starbucks, etc.  There is more to it but if you are interested, there are resources at the library or a quick search on google/bing that points to articles in why too much sugar is detrimental to your health, not only to your skin.
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I find exfoliating and toning my skin helps dark areas or blemishes to appear lighter. Apart from this I do put on a dermerbase moisturier its great for dry skin. I would see your GP and see what he recommends or go to an afro carribbean hair and skin care shop and I'm sure they can recommend something or even go to a beauty salon.
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