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  1.  Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/lemonadejar?lang=en
    IG: https://www.instagram.com/lemonadejar/?hl=en
    Blog: http://jojopearson.blogspot.com/?m=0
    Tumblr: http://lemonadeinajar.tumblr.com
    Just stumbled upon this girl on Instagram. Her name is Jojo Pearson and is from Birmingham, UK. Just got fascinated with how her skin is super white, but I'm not sure if that's her real skintone or if maybe she's albino. I didn't know people with that skin tone can exist. I've had friends that have albinism and they usually have a pink tone on their skin. But idk, what do ya'll guys think? 



  2. Well I didnt even know this site had an area to talk about these types of things but I figured I've already exhausted every other area of the Internet so why not here!
    Just wondering if anyone here ever damaged their skin and was able to fix it and get it back to the place it was before the damage..
    I made a horrible mistake and used a very powerful cream (from the retin a family) for no real reason ( Just a few pimples and build up from not washing my face for months (depressed))     And it completely turned my skin upside down.
    I had lovely skin before hand, like "poreless" and porcelain.. It was the only thing I really had confidence in appearance wise and I was often complimented on it. 
    Now the nicest comment I can receive is "I've seen worse".  
    I didn't know it was capable of doing the exact opposite of what this "miracle cream" claims to. But since  this happened I have found countless horror stories of similar, if not identical experiences with this cream and others like it...and literally 99% of people say they never get their skin back to normal.  
    Thats insane to me. I only used the stuff twice!  
    Anyway...I doubt anyone here will have any answers for me, but if by some miracle you do, please let me know!  
     
    Thank you in advance!
  3. Post on Crepe Paper Skin. in Skincare

    By _-Flawed-_, posted
    This may sound a little weird, but the skin on my legs looks kind of like crepe paper (I'll add a pic if you've never seen crepe paper before!). I have very fair skin, I'm quite young (but don't want to share my true age online), and it gets dry easily if that means anything, I've tried moisturizer to get rid of the dryness which worked, but I'd really like to have smooth skin on my legs ready for spring/summer. Thanks guys!


  4. Post on Face masks in Skincare

    By IATEYOMAMA, posted
    What are some of your favourite face masks? Drug store or more expensive ones, which ones work, which ones suck, what are some niche ones that you love? For me, I really love any of the "Yes to" masks, as well as the soo ae ones and another brand from walmart called purederm, there isn't much choice for sheet masks around where I live. Shoppers came out with a new line of their own masks that seem better than their old ones, which would burn me, but I haven't tried them yet because they are expensive. I actually have tried some of the freeman masks they have at walmart, and I like them a lot! One I have is the hydrating cream collagen mask, which are their newer ones, and an apple cider vinegar clay mask. One that I would recommend to anyone who isn't allergic to bees and has any kind of skin problem or problem with sagging or wrinkles, or just wants to be preventative, would be to try nip+fab bee sting fix mask, I use it on my nasolabial lines and forehead and squint lines, as well as for my jaw just to make it more firm lol and it works AMAZING. It even helps with my hyperpigmentation which is crazy, I try to use it every week or sometimes twice a week. I bought a random mask from winners that is called Elizabeth Grant Hydra cell active, it has hyaulauronic acid, it is pretty moisturising but it's not really the best mask I've ever used. My mom tried tony moly avocado sheet mask and it burned her???
  5. Hey girlies! 
    I know the struggle of scrolling through the internet in frustration, looking for a quick- almost overnight- way to clear up that skin! But don't worry, because I have a few tricks up my sleeve that might help. We'll start with the most realistic, non-clickbait thing you'll hear- it doesn't happen overnight! I'm telling you this as a person who has tried both home remedies and expensive Lancôme products ...  It's hard at first- but know general acne is a part of growing up and shouldn't be tried to be removed immediately, my best bet- it'll be gone by college! Any-who; drinking water is a HUGE part of taking care of your skin; and I know it sounds suss but I cannot stress this enough.
    A good tip of drinking more water is eating dense but low in calories foods while drinking it, like a really fudge-y nougat or raisins! This way you'll have no choice but to drink a lot of water, also- controlling the temperature, texture or flavor of water may help. Add a lemon or two or a strawberry, add a sodium pellet to give it some fizz, or chill it overnight for a cool refresher. Either way, just know water can be fun- and if you're a simple girl like me; don't worry just remember to have water handy, I know getting up for a cup can be tiring for us 'lazies'.
    Have a great week! Tell me how your day went below and I'll be sure to reply!! 
    Leave me a nice comment !! 
  6. Title really says it all! I'm mainly looking to buy some makeup (for reference, I like Korean/Japanese style makeup, the style that 3CE models and Pony usually wear) but I'd also like to buy skincare! And honestly, any fun snacks, ramen, makeup tools, basically just anything that are must-buy when you go to Japan.  
  7. Ok i'm new and insecure about posting and staying unnoticed lol. I'm lightskinned but my face and hands are darker than rest of my body over the years. How do I make them even with the rest of me? If it's a natural method it's appreciated more but do natural methods even work?
  8. wanted to make a topic to find more people that can relate and share advice. 
    I haven't had cystic or painful acne, but I would definitely describe my acne as constant and persistent for the last 7 or 8 years. When I entered high school I began to have acne. I tried everything from complex, and long skincare routines, Tati's expensive vitamin (lol, did not work at all btw), medical topical creams (I have never taken Accutane, but the doctors I have seen haven't recommended it; also these worked to an extent, but only as long as you applied them every night, suffered from dry feeling skin, and got through the annoying phase of dry, flaky skin over half my face that you can't even hide with makeup;I filled prescriptions out for so many years and kept having to up the dose since my skin kept getting used to it), expensive chemical peels, and birth control (has only helped a little bit). I really want Fraxel, but it's so fricking expensive, especially since its a repeat treatment.
    I have oily-combination skin, but I get breakouts all over my face. I've tried so many different products and watched so many different skincare routines and recommendations, but these days I feel so defeated. What's the point of wasting more money if my skin isn't clear by now that I'm out of puberty and in college. I thought that I would only have to deal with acne when I was a teenager, but now in my twenties, it's not going away at all.
    I am also fair skinned so every pimple I have (which can turn into multiple at a time and they red spots never go away because I always get more pimples), even if I refrain from picking at it, turns into a red mark I have to deal with for months (even though they aren't technically scars I guess?). The red spots, acne marks, acne scars, and uneven skin make me so ugly.
    I'm so tired of trying everything and spending so much money on and for my skin, building up hope that it will work this time, and eventually being let down.