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04 Jun 1992


hi..iam pooja..i like to b pretty fashionable...but im bit crazy about fairness..nd shopping..i believe that hairstyles are the best wat to show off us differently..nd dress sense gives us complete look. :)he he..iam cool gal..

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lovelypooja asked:

07 Sep 2011

im willing to use "fem-bleach" it safe for my skin to use?do i get best results in skinlightenin

do i face any..side effects..will my skin glow with fairness after applying..?



silence_ says:

Posted on 07 Sep 2011

It is not recommended to use fem HRC on face, eyebrow, nose, and ears, as skin on face is more fragile and sensitive than the skin on the body. I can't find the list of active ingredients, can you tell me what they are if you know? It will be easier to tell you how safe it is and the dangers or good things about whatever chemicals is in it.. I need to know how high the percentages of the "natural ingredients are in it" and if it contains any dangerous stuff like steroids, mercury, high percentages of hydroquonine to lighten/whiten the skin fast, because these are dangerous.

Side effects will probably be higher sensitivity of your skin to sun
Higher risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation because afterwards the blood vessels are dilated and so if you rub and scrub or irritated on them , you may end up with blotchy skin
You may get darker if you are allergic to any of the ingredients which is why it's best that you find out what is in it, before putting it on your skin...

Also, I could not find any review on it S= which worries me...if you do get it, be sure to do a test on a small portion of your 24 hours before skin, to make sure that you won't react badly to it...


silence_ says:

Posted on 07 Sep 2011

I think one of the ingredients I saw after doing more research was that it contained hydrogen peroxide. Please correct me if i'm wrong, but if one of the ingredients is hydrogen peroxide it's best not to use it. Hydrogen peroxide is a no no for skin. free radicals=long term hyperpigmentation and over a longer period of time, premature aging. Also it doesn't differentiate between good and bad just destroys both.


lovelypooja says:

Posted on 08 Sep 2011

ok..i would send u the ingredients list on the product..hydrogen peroxide,persulphates,kumkumadi tailam,kumkumadi oil,gingko biloba,zanthalene,menthyl lactate,sodium pyrrolidone carbonic acid..and it is mentioned that this product also contains 16 natural keshar,halad,kamal,patang etc.....

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