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Hi, just FYI there's not alot of activity on this board as of late . I was referred to skincaretalk.com by a friend...you may want to check their boards out as they seem to have alot of activity. I will update here when i do my 8pct TCA peel...I haven't recvd my product yet...and I have to get up the guts...and do my homework. Good Luck!!! I hope you find your answers...i find all of this DIY peel info very overwhelming!!
A lot of people have luck using lactic peels or lotions for skin lightening. I don't know a lot about it but I believe lactic actually is supposed to help more than GA, and if you can use a lotion you can do it daily.
I have had success with brown spots/freckles, doing a series of TCA peels, but if your only goal is some spots on your shoulders the lotion would be easier!
Great! Thank you so much for the info. I will definitely look into the lightening lotions. I will also check out this new skin care website. Good luck with your TCA peel! I agree, this process can be a bit overwhelming... yet exciting at the same time!
sarmccoy wrote:Great! Thank you so much for the info. I will definitely look into the lightening lotions. I will also check out this new skin care website. Good luck with your TCA peel! I agree, this process can be a bit overwhelming... yet exciting at the same time!
The best remedy for ever healthy glowing skin is exercise and sunscreen.
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