If you look at the image below, you will observe a darker pigment around the eyes compared to other areas of the face — they are called DARK EYE CIRCLES. And it affects a lot of people whether fair or dark in complexion. See how to clear them:

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1. First, you need rest. You need to have as much as 8 hours of sleep daily. Test your eyes, and your body in general.

2 include a Niacinamide(vitamin B3) serum in your routine. niacinamide is very beneficial when applied topically. It possesses anti-aging and
3. Retinol. Retinol boosts the amount of collagen your body makes and plumps out skin, cutting down fine lines and wrinkles. It also improves skin tone and color. It should be used preferably at night. This image below is a retinol from the inkey list brand.
Vitamin c serum too is great just that it's unstable unlike Niacin amide mentioned above. Nevertheless including it in your routine is a positive step to take.

5. Then sunscreen. One truth is that all of these treatments mentioned above won't do shit and might even.
Cause more damage if you don't wear sunscreen. As long as it's day time, wear sunscreen.

6. If you've had these dark circles since you were a kid, it's likely that it's genetics and there isn't much you could do topically. This is why you are always encouraged to
Be proud to your skin. Unless genetics, then you need to do as stated above.

In summary: Rest + either niacinamide or retinol or vitamin c + sunscreen will even the tone around your eyes and clear dark eye circles. If you also want additional benefits that comes with either
Of the three like Retinol that works to get rid of pimples, etc, having them isn't a wrong buying choice.

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16 Sep
Hi, to my new followers. To be fully part of this family you must get a family card. That family card is a sunscreen.

According to google; Sunscreen, also known as sunblock, is a lotion, spray, gel, foam, or other topical product that absorbs or reflects...
some of the sun's ultraviolet radiation and thus helps protect against sunburn.

I can bet that you reading this tweet have sunburn. The tone on your face is uneven.

Yes or no?
These are overtime effects of excessive sun exposure:

1. Dark eye circles.
2. Darker skin tone.
3. Aggressive burns.
4. Increased inflammations of acne.
5. Redness
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A thread on Skincare tips for every skin type, alongside recommended products.

#skinherball

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Skincare is absolutely not one-size-fits-all.
While one cleanser might work for your friend, it might cause chaos on your skin.

Main skin types: oily, dry, sensitive, combination.
To help you better address your skin concerns, I'm sharing
the top tips for taking care of each skin type, ahead.

To identify your skin type I suggest washing your face with a gentle cleanser, gently patting your skin dry and then waiting 30 minutes. When the time is up, look at your skin. Does it look normal? You have a normal skin
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10 Sep
Okay so I've shared some tips on how to fade dark spots caused by pimples before, but most people weren't even aware because I didn't direct the tips to that area of concern. So I'm doing it again and I want you to help me share this if it crosses your TL. #skinherball
To effectively fade off spots caused by pimples, it would be wise if you first of all create a routine for yourself. Something you gon be doing morning and evening to your skin to improve it's quality. This will help you.
So straight to the spots removal;

• vitamin c serum as recommended in the routine tweet up there, is one step towards fading those spots quickly. Vitamin c is a depigmenting agent that hinders melanin production in those areas. This eventually evens your skin tone
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What's stretch marks to you?
Does it look sexy or it's irritating?

Well, to most people it's fascinating and to others it's a plague that needs to be taken away asap. See what causes it and the best remedy. #skinherball

Please RT if this crosses your TL
Well, according to dermatologists, stretch marks are lines(thin/fat) on your skin that shows up on your breasts, stomach, hips, shoulders, butt, thighs, etc. They actually don't have any effect on your health.

And even though they'll never really go away, they might fade off
Over time with the help of some certain procedures and products.

Stretch marks occurs when your body grows rapidly, and your skin can't keep up with the stretch. Collagen is a protein that makes your skin more elastic, and if it's lacking or in low quantities in your skin,
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31 Aug
About the Rice water thing, it can be used to cleanse your skin to lighten dark spots and hyper pigmentation. It's my own experiment, and since the first time I shared it, a lot of positive reviews have flown in — I know you have seen most.

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You can make rice water by soaking rice in water. let it soak for at least 4hrs before pressing the rice and straining it through the sieve. Finally, refrigerate the rice water.

Your rice can be cooked and eaten if you wish. So don't be sacred of losing that life saving grain.
Put a small amount of rice water on a cotton ball and gently smooth over your face and neck as a toner. To clean with it, massage it into your skin. Rinse if desired. then be sure to Moisturize and apply sunscreen during the day.
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"ACNE KELOIDALIS NUCHAE, also known as keloidal folliculitis or nuchal keloidal acne, is a chronic skin condition characterized by inflamed bumps and scars on the back of the neck." #skinherball

Let's see more:#thread

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You probably might have this skin disorder or you know someone who does. This would interest you.

Although, acne keloidalis nuchae isn't at all related to common acne, but because it appears in small acne-like bumps of inflamed hair follicles on the back of the neck.
Without treatment, this can result to large scars( keloids.)

It's not common in women, so this thread is literally addressing our brothers and father's.

And it is most commonly found in young adult men of African descent.
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