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Black Skin Care Advice (Q & A)

Are My Bumps On My Chin & Jaw Pimples or Ingrowns ?

Today’s help with skin care segment is courtesy of Skin Renewal Method and Bay Harbour Med Spa,  located in Miami Beach, Fl. We’re answering a question submitted by a subscriber– a 38-year-old African-American women. She wanted to know whether her bumps on jaw line and neck area are ingrowns or pimples. So, if you share the same or similar concern, please watch our video. We sincerely hope you find the content to be helpful; and if you do– please LIKE it, SHARE it, and SUBSCRIBE to our channel. Have a question for me? Please ask below in the comment section.

10 Responses so far.

  1. Akanksha says:

    Hello Eva

    I find u very honest and ur suggestions helpfull.
    I am indian with a brown skin. I have ingrown hair and dark spots under the skin. Is the cool glide laser (the name u said, not sure it sounds same) good for me? And which mandalic acud can i use from ur website?


    • SkinRenewalMethod says:

      Dear Akanksha: I really appreciate your comment and interest in my products. I am humbled. 🙂 So to answer your question, it depends which area you’re trying to lighten. If it’s the private area region, then this would be the only skin lightening product line: http://www.skinrenewalmethod.com/arbutin-skin-lightening-system/ If it’s anywhere else on the body (i.e. face, arms, legs), then I would suggest you start with the Level 1 AHA Mandelic Acid product line: http://www.skinrenewalmethod.com/aha-mandelic-products/. Once you get your skin conditioned to Level 1, you can move to Level 2 and your skin condition should grately improve. I also recommend that towards the end of you Level 1 home treatment, that you email me pictures from the first day of use, and then two weeks later, so that I can advise you, and/or tweak the treatment for you. You’re also welcome to email me before you purchase the products and I will look at your photos/skin. Email me at AskAboutSkinCare(at)Gmail(dot)com. It will be my pleasure to advise you, or you can begin with the above suggestions. Wishing you best of health! — Eva.

  2. Sonia says:

    Hello Eva,

    Please let me know whether any of your AHA products require an SPF product to prevent sun burn while using your products. I am very skeptical in using products that require SPF. For some reason SPF are not great candidate for me because I still get darker in the sun.

    • SkinRenewalMethod says:

      Hi Sonia, my products don’t require SPF, but I do encourage you to protect your skin, no matter if you use my products or not. Thanks for your interest in my products. — Eva.

  3. Sonia says:

    Also can facial hair be caused by using Hair Growth products that help stimulate follicles? I use the hair growth product on my scalp. I think after using this product I started getting this facial hair because I never had it before.

    • SkinRenewalMethod says:

      Dear Sonia: It’s quite possible. Why don’t you contact the manufacturer or physician that prescribed this to you and find out what the side-effects are? Google the product as well. See what others are saying. Wishing you best of health! — Eva.

  4. Sonia says:

    Hello Eva I have researched and read that it’s the product that may have caused this called minoval that has the drug “minoxidil”, Which is another name for Rogaine.

    I would like to get treated for laser and never to deal with this issue again. I hear reviews that this drug can get in your blood stream and cause permanent unwanted hair and having to deal to deal with it. I I also wanted to know about your products and sun reaction. I would like to know more about your product and its reaction to sun exposure. Is there a phone number I can reach you or an email?

    • SkinRenewalMethod says:

      Dear Sonia: Please email me at AskAboutSkinCare(at)Gmail(dot)com. It will be my pleasure to try and help to advise you. Good luck!

  5. Joana says:

    Hello Eva,
    I just listened to your session on ingrown hair, I have dealt with it over 5 years and I would like to get the lazer treament. How much is each session? My chin looks horrible and it is getting worst each year. Please help….

    • SkinRenewalMethod says:

      Hi Joana: It depends where you go for laser treatments, and which city you live in. Smaller cities will be less expensive. Of course, I suggest you only opt for the CoolGlide (never the IPL, because it’s not real laser and will not yield good results). You’re probably looking at $150 to $200 per session. In smaller cities, maybe around a $100. Hope this helps. — Eva.