Use HT26 Concentration maximal bleaching glycerin twice a day.

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Carrot Glow Intense Toning Glycerin 16.8oz

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  • HT26 Concentration maximal bleaching glycerin will procure an immediate moisture and a lightened complexion as soon as used. Its emollients agents will soften your epidemis and its bleaching active ingredient will lighten your skin tone and make perfectly even.

    HT26 Concentration maximal bleaching glycerin will procure an immediate moisture and a lightened complexion as soon as used. Its emollients agents will soften your epidemis and its bleaching active ingredient will lighten your skin tone and make perfectly even.

  • HT26 Concentration maximal bleaching glycerin will procure an immediate moisture and a lightened complexion as soon as used. Its emollients agents will soften your epidemis and its bleaching active ingredient will lighten your skin tone and make perfectly even.

    HT26 Concentration maximal bleaching glycerin will procure an immediate moisture and a lightened complexion as soon as used. Its emollients agents will soften your epidemis and its bleaching active ingredient will lighten your skin tone and make perfectly even.

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    04-01-2008, 11:04 PM
    Blaze
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    Join Date: Jun 2007
    Posts: 41

    Hey guys,
    I’ve discovered something very cool. I’ve been experimenting with bleaching glycerin, I was hesitant to use Titanium dioxide until I researched it more because of the controversy. I wanted to explore other options first.

    I went to wash some white clothes in glycerin and decided to add some bleach since they were white. Almost instantly when I added the bleach to the jar of glycerin it went to a bd amber color. There were particulates floating in it so I could actually see the solids I would need to filter out.
    So it would seem bleach would bleach anything. Anyone else try this? Blaze
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    04-01-2008, 11:04 PM
    Blaze
    Member
     
    Join Date: Jun 2007
    Posts: 41

    Hey guys,
    I’ve discovered something very cool. I’ve been experimenting with bleaching glycerin, I was hesitant to use Titanium dioxide until I researched it more because of the controversy. I wanted to explore other options first.

    I went to wash some white clothes in glycerin and decided to add some bleach since they were white. Almost instantly when I added the bleach to the jar of glycerin it went to a bd amber color. There were particulates floating in it so I could actually see the solids I would need to filter out.
    So it would seem bleach would bleach anything. Anyone else try this? Blaze
    __________________
    Blaze

    2. Lemon and glycerine: Before you try this remedy make sure you do not have any open cuts or skin infections as lemon can sting when applied to these areas. For this remedy, take a spoon of glycerine and an equal quantity of lemon. Now mix the two well and apply it on the area. Leave it on for about fifteen minutes to half an hour and then wash it off with warm water. Lemon works as a natural bleach and glycerine moisturises the area, lightening the skin. Using this remedy once every day is perfect to see some great results. Want to know more about this remedy?

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