All of them are available in Europe and the US. Many of the products are available in the UK as well.
Lighting skin is a very important problem. Light skin is important for people with acne, eczema and other skin conditions. It is also important for pregnant women, those with sunburns and those who are underweight, because it helps them to feel less affected by their skin conditions and less stressed.
Some products can help to lighten skin, others can help to darken it, and still others can be mixed with each other to make it even. I'll cover the various lightening products on this site, but I won't say that it's the best product or even the best one for each person. Instead, I'll explain the different types and why you should consider each one.
1. The first type of skin lightening product is called glycolic acid. Glycolic acid is a fatty acid which is often used in beauty products, but there are many other fatty acids which have a more positive effect on skin. The product I have tested has a good concentration of glycolic acid, but is only available in a 2% solution (which isn't enough to darken skin). That product is the L'Oreal Pro Longwear Moisturizing Moisture Lightening Serum.