April 13, 2011

Do you use any Black Opal products?

Black Opal's Advanced Dual Complex Fade Gel Sensitive Skin Formula
Black Opal's Advanced Dual Complex Fade Gel Sensitive Skin Formula
I'm always looking for the best way to fade my acne marks and when I stumbled upon Black Opal's Advanced Dual Complex Fade Gel Sensitive Skin Formula, I wanted to investigate this product more. I've never used any facial products that were specifically generated for women of color. I'm not sure why I'm so skeptical about any product that's geared towards my skin tone. I can't really explain myself. If anything, I should gravitate towards these products because the makers understand a little more the way my skin is formulated.

It's like, would you rather go to a black hair stylist or a white hair stylist if you're a black woman? It's not saying that a white hair dresser doesn't know how to do your hair, it's just that a black hair stylist probably understands how to take care of your hair more because they've had substantial experience with black hair--whatever that is actually considered because I think black hair comes in multiple different textures.

Anyway, Black Opal's Advanced Dual Complex Fade Gel Sensitive Skin Formula contains no Hydroquinone. It has this new element called Bio-Affinity Skin Complex™, which is Black Opal's "proprietary formula recommended for sensitive skins (which I have). It combines a proven lightening ingredient derived from lipoamino acids, a natural substance found in the skin, with their rich blend of natural ingredients to brighten and soothe your overall complexion."

Since I'm opposed to using Hydroquinone, this fade gel sounds kind of tantalizing. However, I'm currently on a scar fading regimen of Mederma Scar Cream plus SPF 30, which I started on March 20, 2011.

So, do you use Black Opal or any other skin products geared towards women of color?

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