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Skin Lightening Tips And Tricks

Posted: Feb 15 2016

Skin lightening, sometimes called whitening, bleaching, or brightening is a simple process where chemicals are applied to the skin to inhibit pigmentation for a limited period of time.  However, the effects can be maintained for a lifetime so long as you are using a quality product with no long term side effects.

The Tonique Skin Care collection has been on the market for well over a decade, and sold to thousands of satisfied customers all around the world. You can only buy the Tonique range on this site, or their original site

The company is based in Maryland USA, and all of their products are proven to be safe and effective and are approved by the FDA. The chemicals used are arbutin, glycolic acid, sepiwhite FSH and many other anti-oxidants and botanical extracts for added benefit.

You can apply the products to one part of the body, such as your face or hands, or you can use it all over for a full skin tone change. The effects get stronger the more regularly you make the applications, and fade over a period of weeks if you stop using the products.

Is is very important to get the mix of chemicals right as some less reputable African and Asian companies have been found to use dangerous chemicals in their skin lightening creams such as mercury and hydroquinone, which are important to avoid, along with any products that you take orally.

If you want to find out more, the best way is to send an email to and talk to the expert support staff, who can give you personalized advice and recommend the best treatment plan using a combination of the Tonique products that best suits your individual skin.

This site also sells anti-aging products, which can work well in combination, and can make you look lighter, younger, or cover up blemishes on your skin, all at the same time. If possible, attach a photo of yourself so they can provide the best advice.


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