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    Default DIY darkening skin/hair

    Somebody already gave me a formula to darken skin and hair at the pigmentation level ( so no dyes and sunless tanners)
    It involved acetyl tyrosine and Ethoxyldiglycol. I know tyrosine has something to do with hair and skin pigmentation, the key is to get it at the level where it will actually cause a change.

    In lots of patents L-phenylalanine ( precursor of tyrosine), tyrosine and/or L-dopa are involved ( as prescribed towards the end of the article: http://www.cosmedix.com/skin-care-re...iral-skin-care )

    Some links: read 0013 http://www.faqs.org/patents/app/20100137238
    http://www.freepatentsonline.com/y2004/0086471.html


    What I need is some help to formulate something that is good without too many side effects

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    Hi Moyat
    As far as I am concerned there are many good products which are of real good quality.


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