will estrogen make me white


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will estrogen make me white

  1. 2 days ago
    Anonymous

    sure thing hon

  2. 2 days ago
    Laodicea

    Happened to some.

  3. 2 days ago
    Anonymous

    no

  4. 2 days ago
    Anonymous

    Unironically yes I used to be hot with a deep brown tan in the summer now i just look like a sickly Victorian child with polio

    • 2 days ago
      Anonymous

      Hot.. The paleness part, not the child part.

  5. 2 days ago
    Anonymous

    It depends on your race, but it is true that your skin can become lighter.

  6. 2 days ago
    Anonymous

    you'll get slightly lighter. The downside is you might end up with splotchy discolored skin in some areas as a result. At least that happened to me. 🙁

    • 2 days ago
      Rocktra_

      >The downside is you might end up with splotchy discolored skin in some areas as a result.
      What does that look like?

      • 2 days ago
        Anonymous

        like this 🙁

        maybe i just have garbo genes though

        • 2 days ago
          Rocktra_

          I don't think that is from hrt necessarily, I've seen that before, it might just be a skin thing

          I have never seen a single example of skin bleaching working that isn't clearly a shitty photoshop job. If there was a legit solution then wouldn't that product be extremely popular worldwide, and probably extremely expensive too? Everything out there right now comes off as snake oil

          >wouldn't that product be extremely popular worldwide,
          skin bleaching is incredibly popular worldwide

          • 2 days ago
            Anonymous

            >I don't think that is from hrt necessarily, I've seen that before, it might just be a skin thing
            didn't have this pre-hrt

            >skin bleaching is incredibly popular worldwide
            Then why is it so hard to find any evidence that it actually works? most of it is retarded third worlders poisoning themselves

            • 2 days ago
              Rocktra_

              >didn't have this pre-hrt
              Correlation doesn't imply causation
              >Then why is it so hard to find any evidence that it actually works?
              What proof are you demanding? There are tons of people who do it

              • 2 days ago
                Anonymous

                >There are tons of people who do it
                There are tons of people who pray, and that obviously doesn't work. This proves nothing except that people are easy to manipulate.

              • 2 days ago
                Anonymous

                >Correlation doesn't imply causation
                Well, given that HRT is easily the most significant change my body underwent when I noticed this change, it's obvious to examine that first. Unfortunately, seeing how there are insufficient studies on the effects of HRT, let alone its effects on PoC, there's really no way of knowing. I'd need to hear the anecdotes of a significant amount of dark skinned trans women.

                >What proof are you demanding? There are tons of people who do it
                Just a timeline in a controlled environment. No selfie shit, no image touching up, no fucking with lighting. For some reason no advertisers or shills are able to provide this.

                stuff like kojic acid can help
                I'm pale already, but I use kojic acid and other bleaching products on my nipples and genital area and can confirm it worked.

                bleaching won't take u from brown to pale, but it will certainly help you to look a few shades lighter.

                >but it will certainly help you to look a few shades lighter.
                Again, I'd LOVE to see proof. I would drop money for such a product immediately.

              • 2 days ago
                Rocktra_

                >Just a timeline in a controlled environment.
                I feel like that's an impossible task to order

              • 2 days ago
                Anonymous

                Wouldn't cracking skin lightening be a pretty monumental discovery though? Even if it was only a few shades. Like, I'd figure whoever discovered it would love to demonstrate its effects as transparently as possible, given it'd be a scientific breakthrough. I legit think they'd deserve the Nobel Peace Prize.

              • 2 days ago
                Anonymous

                Maybe they can't really get away with doing it publicly because of backlash?

              • 2 days ago
                Anonymous

                It's not out of the question. It's definitely in the interest of the elite to keep us browns brown.

              • 2 days ago
                Rocktra_

                I don't think anyone is willing to lock themselves indoors for years for science.

                And also most people don't care about skin whitening

              • 2 days ago
                Anonymous

                >I don't think anyone is willing to lock themselves indoors for years for science.
                I didn't even mean that extreme lol. Just have the participant drop in to take pics in the same room with the same lighting over the course of however much time the product takes to work. Like good pics for surgical procedures.

                Obviously though you'd have to prevent them from getting a ridiculous amount of sun exposure. Imo a reasonable amount w/ sunscreen would be fine though because if the product's effects were no longer discernible after a typical amount of sun exposure, it would honestly be quite useless.

                >And also most people don't care about skin whitening
                Nah, if there was a product that was safe and proven to work, it would sell gangbusters even in the US.

              • 2 days ago
                Rocktra_

                >Obviously though you'd have to prevent them from getting a ridiculous amount of sun exposure. Imo a reasonable amount w/ sunscreen would be fine though because if the product's effects were no longer discernible after a typical amount of sun exposure, it would honestly be quite useless.
                You prove my point.
                >Nah, if there was a product that was safe and proven to work, it would sell gangbusters even in the US.
                It already sells everywhere it wants to, most people in the west tho don't share your selfhatred

              • 2 days ago
                Anonymous

                Uhhh you're aware people do way more extreme things for random studies right? What I proposed is extremely casual

                >It already sells everywhere it wants to, most people in the west tho don't share your selfhatred
                Still no proof

              • 2 days ago
                Rocktra_

                >Uhhh you're aware people do way more extreme things for random studies right? What I proposed is extremely casual
                Your proposal doesn't create the reliable "proof" you want. It leaves open conflicting factors. You can always claim "they got more sun" or "they got less sun" because you are not controlling that.
                >Still no proof
                Its a gigantic market what proof do you want for that too lol

              • 2 days ago
                Anonymous

                >Your proposal doesn't create the reliable "proof" you want.
                See

                >didn't have this pre-hrt
                Correlation doesn't imply causation
                >Then why is it so hard to find any evidence that it actually works?
                What proof are you demanding? There are tons of people who do it

                where you explicitly ask me "What proof are you demanding?" Here I am literally telling you what'd sway me as a consumer.

              • 2 days ago
                Rocktra_

                I’d point against that you don’t wanna be logical of confounding variables but I don’t think someone who wants to make themselves white is logical anyways so w/e

              • 2 days ago
                Anonymous

                Just how much do you expect me to scrutinize a product before I give it a whirl lol

                Like do you think I invest this much effort into picking conditioner or perfume

              • 2 days ago
                Rocktra_

                I am criticizing you for not following your logic and scrutinizing it more

              • 2 days ago
                Anonymous

                Trying a product firsthand isn't a part of scrutinizing it?

              • 2 days ago
                Rocktra_

                What

              • 2 days ago
                Anonymous

                the final test is to actually try a product and see if it works duh

                [...]
                You are both terrifyingly malebrained lol

                end me

              • 2 days ago
                Rocktra_

                >the final test is to actually try a product and see if it works duh
                ok....?

              • 2 days ago
                Anonymous

                ...which is a part of scrutinizing a product.

              • 2 days ago
                Rocktra_

                Good for you ig?

              • 2 days ago
                Anonymous

                >Your proposal doesn't create the reliable "proof" you want.
                See [...] where you explicitly ask me "What proof are you demanding?" Here I am literally telling you what'd sway me as a consumer.

                You are both terrifyingly malebrained lol

  7. 2 days ago
    Anonymous

    Yes HRT will make your skin lighter, but not by much, I'd suggest try skin bleaching too.
    Wear sunscreen everyday, it will also prevent aging.

    • 2 days ago
      Rocktra_

      >Wear sunscreen everyday, it will also prevent aging.
      That's mostly applicable to white people

      • 2 days ago
        Anonymous

        no, it applies to white people more but only slightly. sun damage happens to everyone

        • 2 days ago
          Rocktra_

          My mom has sun spots from being in the sun alot when she was young but looks great age wise.

          • 2 days ago
            Laodicea

            Same for me, we're medis.

    • 2 days ago
      Anonymous

      I have never seen a single example of skin bleaching working that isn't clearly a shitty photoshop job. If there was a legit solution then wouldn't that product be extremely popular worldwide, and probably extremely expensive too? Everything out there right now comes off as snake oil

      • 2 days ago
        Laodicea

        Go to SEA.

      • 2 days ago
        Anonymous

        stuff like kojic acid can help
        I'm pale already, but I use kojic acid and other bleaching products on my nipples and genital area and can confirm it worked.

        bleaching won't take u from brown to pale, but it will certainly help you to look a few shades lighter.

  8. 2 days ago
    Anonymous

    ye

  9. 2 days ago
    Anonymous

    it does but depends on ur genes for how much tho, I'm chinese it made me seriously pale especially w/ decent enough skincare + SPF everyday. You can try using kojic acid too if you originally had pale skin but got tanned since it naturally inhibits melanin

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