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How to Treat Middle Eastern Skin & Eye Discoloration

Today’s help with skin care segment is courtesy of Skin Renewal Method®. Aziza, from Riyad (Saudi Arabia), wrote to us asking us what is the difference between treating under eye circles and discoloration spots on the cheek? We’re happy to offer the following answer, tips and advice. Please take a few minutes to watch the video. Have a skin care question for Eva? Ask below in the comment section. 

14 Responses so far.

  1. Gem says:

    Hi, what do you recommend for dark elbows
    Kind regards

    • SkinRenewalMethod says:

      Hi Gem:

      Hope this video vlog I made answers your question/s: http://youtu.be/SduHxTjDIhY

      Typically, I would recommend to start with the AHA Mandelic Acid Level 1:

      FROM INTIMATE AREAS, TO DARK SPOTS ON THE FACE, HANDS, ELBOWS OR KNEES, OUR AHA MANDELIC ACID IS JUST THE RIGHT FORMULA FOR YOU! Mandelic acid, an alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA), named after the German mandel (almond) and derived from the hydrolysis of an extract of bitter almonds has been extensively documented for its effectiveness in treating common skin problems, such as photo-aging, irregular pigmentation, blemishes, congested skin and acne. In ethnic skin, studies have shown that mandelic acid is useful in suppressing pigmentation, treating inflammatory non-cystic acne, and rejuvenating photo-aged skin, doing so safely, without causing skin discoloration. Some scientific facts:

      The mandelic acid molecule is larger than the glycolic acid molecule, a widely used AHA
      Mandelic acid (which has an acidity level of 3.41), is stronger than glycolic acid (which has an acidity level of 3.83)
      Mandelic acid has a structure similar to that of other well-know antibiotics. AHA mandelic acid has both cosmeceutical and antibacterial advantages
      Mandelic acid, in its correct formulation, can produce anti-aging effects on the skin similar to those produced by glycolic acid
      Results from our preliminary clinical trials have showed the following encouraging results:

      Mandelic acid, when compared with glycolic acid peels, produced less reddening of the skin, usually in patches, as a result of injury or irritation. Repeated weekly peeling is useful for treating acne, melasma, lentigenes, and fine photoaging damage (e.g., wrinkles, dullness, skin texture changes)
      Fine wrinkles and lines appear to improve with the use of 10% acid preparations. Skin texture improves quickly within days or weeks.
      Melasma, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, and lentigines, improved quickly when treated with our AHA mandelic acid product line.
      Acne improvement was remarkable in many of our clients treated for inflammatory pustular, comedonal, and papular acne. Many acne clients who are resistant to antibiotics used both systemically and topically, have responded very well to mandelic acid.
      To get started, we recommend you start with our Level 1 starter kit (skipping to Step 2 is NOT recommended– you have to gradually get your skin acclimated to the AHA mandelic acid). Before starting out with our AHA mandelic acid line, please be sure to read our instructions. http://www.skinrenewalmethod.com/aha-mandelic-acid-complete-line-level-1/

      Hope this helps. You’re always welcome to email me photos to: MedSpa33154(at)Gmail(dot)com

  2. Ricardo Hernandez says:

    Hi I think I already had left a comment but I’m going to ask again. I’m 20 years old mexican man or boy either way. I have really puffy and dark circles under the eyes so bad and I was wondering if you have something that can help me? I have tried so many products and none of them work and I still have hope that one day I will find something that can help me and I hope and wish you have what I have been looking for. Thank You!

  3. Nadya says:

    Hi, i have dark undereye, i want to get ridd of it. Please do you have some product that could help me?

  4. Zafar says:

    I am of Indian decent and wanted a recommendation one which product would be suitable for treating under eye dark circles due to broken capillaries. Please recommend via private email

  5. sevda says:

    hi.ı am from turkey and ı am arabian.ı am 25. I have dark circles under and around my eyes. actually, ı have had discoloration sınce ı was born because of my race. please help me.do you have proper product for me? please recommend via private email.

  6. Katrina Pierce says:

    I have dark under eye circles and I would like to know which of your products will work. I believe I have the broken capillaries.

  7. LYNN P says: