"My acne was horrible and no amount of makeup could fix the damage that years of breakouts did. After wearing HydroGlow under my makeup for just two months my skin had completely transformed. It actually made my makeup go on smoother right away. I initially used it to remove the scars and even out my skin tone. I could have never expected that over 3 years later my acne is still milder than ever. I continued using it after to remove the tan I had since childhood. My skin lightened at least 5 shades overall. I don't regret investing in the product at all and I recommend everyone to give it a try. My mom did and she's already seeing great results."See More
As time went by my results became even better and my skin was almost flawless. Me being able to go outdoors without makeup is an awesome feeling, me being able to wear spaghetti strap tops feels great! HydroGlow has done amazing things to my life. I suffered a really long time with acne scars and break outs. Now I'm free of that!
Those who I knew before no longer even recognize me. I started using HydroGlow to remove a tan that I had for years. It's all gone now and I'm so happy! I'm at least a few shades lighter. Thanks so much from bringing this amazing product to me. It really has changed my life.
I used a bunch of products before. However since I've started using HydroGlow....wow .... I have seen great change in my skin texture and color. My complexion has brightened and my skin feels smooth. Using the product for approximately a month now and currently have no regrets for the money spent trying this product.
Three years before she booted Mathew Knowles from her management camp, ‘Speechless’ singer Beyonce faced claims she had agreed to “whiten” her skin as part of a lucrative deal with the French cosmetics company ‘L’Oreal.’ This year, as he prepares to release take her story to the big screen, Knowles has finally spoken out about the drama she faced when the rumour hit the net.
Beauty norms historically varied from culture to culture. As migration and globalisation leads to homogenized international beauty standards internationally, however, various beauty trends have emerged to dominate. America, home to the most influential cultural norms, has spread its ideal of beauty into other cultures. Paler skin was historically associated with the bourgeoisie, and was thought to represent wealth and success. Darker skin was traditionally associated with menial labour and poverty, as skin was thought to darken under the harsh conditions of outdoor work.