Dark neck, or black neck, is a common problem, especially in Malaysia. Many men and women, even children suffer from this issue. Even more, some people have the same issue at various skin folds such as armpits, elbows, knees, knuckles, and ankles. So, what exactly is dark neck and why does it crop up?
If managing normal skin is difficult, those with oily skin have it worst. With not many products catering to them, it is always a battle between going out looking fresh and having oil wipes handy in their purses. Even managing a healthy and clear skin despite its oily nature is sometimes impossible, let alone brightening it.
Many of us follow a strict routine of skincare for our face and body, be it after we get out of the bed in the morning or before we get back into bed at night. Cleansers, moisturizers, scrubs, lotions - the list goes on. But how many of us know of and use a face mask?