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I, as many Asians have, have wanted to lighten my skin. I was born fair skinned, but through the years I have become more tan. In no ways is this racist..it is simply a choice of complexion that many of the Asian race conform to. I have stumbled across many skin brightening products that are expensive, at best..and some which do no good. Although, some of these creams or sprays may work, they come at a hefty price. Through my knowledge, I`ve gathered some cheaper alternatives to uneven complexion or just a little something to knock off those extra dead skin cells.
One of these tips for skin brightening is baking soda, and no, not applied internally (silly) but externally, over your face, body (less sensitive parts please). This gets rid of extra dead skin cells which appear to make you darker. NOTE: Do not put too much over the areas, because baking soda can dry your skin. Be sure to wash off after application. Another alternative is lemon juice application, which can be more abrasive to your skin..use if your skin isn`t TOO SENSITIVE. Milk and other facial mixes can be found online. I just wanted to share these two tips with you.
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