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How to get fairness to our face?
« on: July 31, 2012, 02:47:12 AM »
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  • Hi frnds, This is Manohar, Here is the good tip for fairness of our face. You can use "Pearl" kit for face fairness, it is very good for increase the glow of face and it removes the pimples, etc... Try this by following the instructions. Keep Smiling Always... ;D :) :o


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    Re: How to get fairness to our face?
    « Reply #1 on: July 31, 2012, 08:36:33 AM »
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  • hello, manoh.  nice of you to drop by. 

    "pearl" must be a brand of a whitening cream, right?  let me check where it's made and whether or not its mercury content is tolerable.  i hope such data are available on the internet highway.  or would you care to post here the ingredients of this whitening cream that you're endorsing?

    there are just too many whitening products out there that are dangerous because of mercury poisoning.  most of these are made in china and india.  we can't be too careful, you know.  so yes, if by chance any tblander would wish to whiten her face no matter if her arms are checkered, do check the mercury content.   
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    Re: How to get fairness to our face?
    « Reply #2 on: July 31, 2012, 10:32:15 AM »
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  • a cursory check at www.alibaba.com shows a good number of pearl creams after all.  it makes one wonder what 'pearl cream' really means.  most of these creams are made in china (mainland), while some are made in taiwan.  the list also shows that thailand and india manufacture one brand each.
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    Re: How to get fairness to our face?
    « Reply #3 on: July 31, 2012, 10:53:36 AM »
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  • for banned specific brands of pearl cream whitening products (as tested in the u.s. for mercury content), please go to these links:

    http://media.apps.chicagotribune.com/tables/skincreams.html
    http://www.whiterskin.info/mercury-is-a-dangerous-skin-lightening-ingredient/#Listcreams

    i hope the particular brand that you have isn't part of the list.
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    Re: How to get fairness to our face?
    « Reply #4 on: July 31, 2012, 11:29:42 AM »
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  • how wonderful of you Isles to check the veracity of this product.  I think we are more contented of what we have and who we are.

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    Re: How to get fairness to our face?
    « Reply #5 on: July 31, 2012, 05:06:49 PM »
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  • Thanks Ms Isles,  unya sa sa Pinas bisan asa nga  tindahan
     galabi ang  mga  whitening beauty products...  ::)
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    Re: How to get fairness to our face?
    « Reply #6 on: July 31, 2012, 05:27:52 PM »
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  • I don't use any whitening cream or unsa pang mga beauty products on my skin... kuntento ko sa akong pagka color morena... ordinary soap lang sa akong nawong, face powder, and SMILE ;D always para iwas botox hehehehe
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    Re: How to get fairness to our face?
    « Reply #7 on: July 31, 2012, 07:58:25 PM »
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  • Secret formula ning iyang whitening cream nga, in fairness, nakapagwapa baya niya...


     ;D
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    Re: How to get fairness to our face?
    « Reply #8 on: July 31, 2012, 08:02:10 PM »
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  • This is an interesting thread. In the Philippines , I was amazed that a lot of women use whitening lotions/ soaps / creams. When my friend Don asked me about this , he said, "Why do the women in the Philippines wear those? They're already drop dead gorgeous with their tan skin. Why wear nasty creams for?"

    Are they embarrassed of their natural morena beauty?

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    Re: How to get fairness to our face?
    « Reply #9 on: July 31, 2012, 08:04:11 PM »
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  • Its funny because today at work I had a nurse (a white-american) who said to me, "Doc, i envy your tan skin tone. I wish my skin wasn't so pasty white!"


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    Re: How to get fairness to our face?
    « Reply #10 on: July 31, 2012, 08:04:52 PM »
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  • hello, manoh.  nice of you to drop by. 

    "pearl" must be a brand of a whitening cream, right?  let me check where it's made and whether or not its mercury content is tolerable.  i hope such data are available on the internet highway.  or would you care to post here the ingredients of this whitening cream that you're endorsing?

    there are just too many whitening products out there that are dangerous because of mercury poisoning.  most of these are made in china and india.  we can't be too careful, you know.  so yes, if by chance any tblander would wish to whiten her face no matter if her arms are checkered, do check the mercury content.   

    Isles, some of these whitener creams have toxic ingredients and can actually damage the integumentary system.

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    Re: How to get fairness to our face?
    « Reply #11 on: July 31, 2012, 08:08:59 PM »
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  • Thanks Ms Isles,  unya sa sa Pinas bisan asa nga  tindahan
     galabi ang  mga  whitening beauty products...  ::)

    When I was walking down the isle at ICM mall at Tagbilaran, I remember hearing a conversation between a mother and her daughter. The daughter apparently was an honors student at high school and the mother was congratulating her on her academic success. Out of no where, the father of the daughter said laughingly, "Bright lagi ka, day, pero itomon jamo ka uy!"

    I could not even believe that the father would say something so hijacking to his own daughter. As a customer purchasing some clothing supplies for my relatives, I was shocked at hearing this conversation happening across from me. The daughter was reduced to tears. And the father kept on laughing.


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    Re: How to get fairness to our face?
    « Reply #12 on: July 31, 2012, 08:25:33 PM »
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  • Botoy is proud of his dark skin.
    ...than to speak out and remove all doubt." - Abraham Lincoln

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    « Reply #13 on: July 31, 2012, 09:04:56 PM »
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  • how wonderful of you Isles to check the veracity of this product.  I think we are more contented of what we have and who we are.
    Thanks Ms Isles,  unya sa sa Pinas bisan asa nga  tindahan
    galabi ang  mga  whitening beauty products...  ::)

    welcome to you both. (bitte and not wilkommen in german, hihihi.)

    di ba uso-uso gyod hinoon ning kolor sa panit, parehag buhok?  ang wa lang mausab nga in the usual course of things, ang dark gustong maputi gamay, ang puti gustong ma-dark gamay, ang kulot gustog tul-id nga buhok, ang tul-id ug buhok morag silhig gustong himoon ug kulot morag steel wool. 

    guilty ko aning bahin ug buhok; kapila kaha ko magpakulot, guba hinoon kaayo akong buhok, karon trese na lang ang nabilin.
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    Re: How to get fairness to our face?
    « Reply #14 on: July 31, 2012, 09:10:34 PM »
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  • as for skin color, purya daghan na kaayog puti sa pinas.  ang mga itom sa una nangaputi na man uy.  i know why.  glutathione.  super ang mga nurses nato ani diri kay kahibawo man sila mag-injectionay.

    what set this trend first and foremost, i've read somewhere, is nicole kidman who didn't do anything to her pasty white skin.  she made white cool again just as madonna made bushy eyebrows cool again and, before her, there was the late margaux hemingway.

    madisgrasya ning nagpaputi nato diri mahimo gyod silang michael jackson.
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    Re: How to get fairness to our face?
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  • Botoy is proud of his dark skin.

    There are benefits to having darker skin tone. The melanocytes, which are cells located in the epidermis, are responsible for producing melanin, which is what gives one's color and tone. The benefits of melanin is that it protects the body against UV's damaging effects.

    Individuals who have lighter skin are more prone to having skin cancer than those who are darker skinned.


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    « Reply #16 on: July 31, 2012, 11:28:52 PM »
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  • thanks to vicky belo, si jinky pacquiao mora nag robot.  expressionless na kuno ang nawong nga puti na kaayo.  look at what boxing can do, aherm.

    if only women could make do with what they have and what they are, like the policy of hof and lolla.  guwapa na bitaw ta kun kita ray pasultihon.  bahala nag orange or violet atong panit. ;D
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    « Reply #17 on: July 31, 2012, 11:31:02 PM »
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  • Secret formula ning iyang whitening cream nga, in fairness, nakapagwapa baya niya...


     ;D


    labad, hahaha!  na, hala, mao man kaha ang imong type... ;D
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  • Its funny because today at work I had a nurse (a white-american) who said to me, "Doc, i envy your tan skin tone. I wish my skin wasn't so pasty white!"

    one more anachronism.  what some pinays would give to have pasty white skin, tsk, tsk.
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  • This is an interesting thread. In the Philippines , I was amazed that a lot of women use whitening lotions/ soaps / creams. When my friend Don asked me about this , he said, "Why do the women in the Philippines wear those? They're already drop dead gorgeous with their tan skin. Why wear nasty creams for?"

    Are they embarrassed of their natural morena beauty?

    too bad there aren't too many dons around to appreciate morena beauties.

    some would claim that there are morena skin tones that look dirty, that's why.  but i'm a fan of even toned morenas.  truly, they're drop dead gorgeous.  when they try to whiten their skin, they turn out to be drop dead white laboratory rats. ;D
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