Dear salmi, I know how it feels when a amma dosent give supportive advice and just says "this will not work you cant lighten your skin" its hurtfull and unconsiderate as well as not true
you cant drastically just be white you can have great even tone and lighter skin, i have heard of that formula but i have no idea on weather or not how effecive it is... A friend of mine has tried stillmans bleach cream and it did make her skin tone even and lighter it should not have any side effects really if you ocassionally get pimples you can mix the bleach cream and stillmans freckle cream togather and apply it on at night since its kind of sticky on the face.
Carry yourself better i mean if your in good health and have a great personality wont you think that will attract girls rather than being fair big and out of shape but yeah you can definenly make your skin better and even toned just dont think of yourself as being dark and unattractive
For glowing even toned skin you can mix yougurt with lemon and apply it on for 15-20 mins if you dont have dry skin you can add in more than 4 drops of lemon
I suppose betnovate in the formula fair and lovely + betnovate n cream + archie + stillmans is to get rid of spots too or so good luck hope this helped
There is really no magic formula that can change our natural complexion. However, proper skin care and good diet can make your skin look healthy and glowing catching everyone's eyes. I havent heard of the beauty recipe you mentioned anywhere but I can say that the recipe might not make your skin lighter permanantly. Instead try the natural recipies suggested by the experienced ammas in this site according to your skin type and wear a sunscreen lotion with proper SPF along with a balanced diet.
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