Lanelle Milanie Torralba Is Real Legit Business

Milanie Torralba started Lanelle in 2005 and has been delivering to almost 80 satellites nationwide and around the world.

The company Lanelle has encountered lots of detractors and greed-minded individuals who took advantage of Ms. Milanie Torralba. They never succeeded, will never do.

We’d like to take this opportunity to thank Ms. Milanie Torralba for the wonderful skin care products she has brought into so many lives. Truly, Lanelle has been making a difference.

Power to Ms. Milanie Torralba!
Power to Lanelle!

Discover the secret to safely and effectively eliminate almost all skin discolorations and imperfections no matter where they occur. If your goal is to lighten your overall skin tone with radiance and get flawless skin all over, you don’t have to look any further.

You can literally say goodbye to unwanted dark marks and all sorts of skin discoloration or blemishes forever… Thanks to an astounding dermatological discovery that has revolutionized the skin care industry!

With products containing unique combination of scientifically blended ingredients, and recommended by leading dermatologists and used by celebrities, LANELLE, a dermatologist-tested brand in Skin Care, does wonders to improve skin tone and leave skin with the desired youthful, healthy glow.

Every LANELLE Skin Care solution is formulated to produce dramatic results, helping one to obtain more rejuvenated, youthful, beautiful skin.

LANELLE has solutions to your embarrassing skin problems that the mainstream health and beauty industry tends to ignore.

LANELLE is safe and effective for all races and sexes.


Bleaching creams are available in cosmetic stores and offered by dermatologists. Results may be impressive but it’s extremely important to be aware how to use these products properly.

diviney sumo preggyMany have incorrectly used skin bleaching products in the past, leading to burns, blisters and otherwise damaged skin. However, by following proper instructions, you can safely and effectively use skin bleaching products to achieve the skin tone that you desire.

Make sure you use a cream that is designed for your skin type and tone. For example, if you have oily, olive skin, you are going to want to use a cream that is specially formulated for this kind of skin. Also, you should purchase cream that is designed for the area you intend on using it. If you are planning on using it on your face, purchase a cream that is meant for the face. There are also creams that are made to use on larger areas of the body, such as the chest.

Do a Patch Test: In order to make sure that the cream is suitable for use on your skin, it is important to first do a patch test. Apply a small amount behind your ear, in the fold of your elbow or under your chin. Check the area you applied the product to after 48 hours and note if any irritation occurs, such as redness, inflammation or if any type of pain is present. If you notice any of these symptoms on the area you applied the product to, discontinue use. If you do not notice any harmful results, you should be able to safely use the product on your skin.

Apply Properly: Make sure to specifically follow the directions for application that are provided with your cream. Applying in a different manner than indicated by the instructions can result in damage to the skin.

Avoid Sensitive Areas: Avoid applying your skin bleaching cream to sensitive areas. The areas around the eyes and nose are particularly sensitive and should be avoided. If you have any other sensitive areas, avoid these, too. Some skin bleaching creams are formulated with different strengths for certain areas of the body, so be careful to follow the product’s instructions clearly.

Avoid sun exposure and wear sunscreen: Your skin will be particularly sensitive to the sun when using skin bleaching agents. Without proper protection, you could end up with severe sun damage. Make sure to apply a sun block with an SPF of 30 or above to areas that will be exposed to the sun. Further protect yourself by wearing long sleeves, long pants and hats.

Take Proper Care: Make sure to take proper care of your skin while bleaching. Cleansing, moisturizing and toning should be a part of your regular skin care routine.

It is best to use the bleach cream in the evening. So that after that you sleep and your skin is prevented from the direct sun contact for the next 7-8 hours.

Louise Valera 7Forehead breakouts can be caused by a number of issues, including digestive problems, small intestine issues, liver issues, high levels of stress, irregular sleep cycle, poor diets and even reactions to hair products.

To combat forehead acne:

  1. 1. Breakouts across the forehead are often triggered by stress or sleep deprivation. Go to bed early.  Even if you can’t fall asleep, it’s good to relax so your liver can rest and be ready for work the next day.  Make sure to log 7 to 9 hours of beauty rest a night to keep your forehead clear.
  2. Cleanse your facial area, but just not too extensively clean. This is one of the most powerful ways to prevent acne! Washing your face two times a day is recommended, this will keep your forehead clean of any bacteria and everyday dead cells and dermis.
  3. Avoid applying make-up. Top rule for those who have acne is if you do not have to put make- up, do not make use of it! It is very good for the skin to have some makeup-rupture days, leaving the skin in its natural state.
  4. Apply moisturizer, believe it or not. It definitely works on building up a healthy skin. Plus, moisturizers help the skin to loosen up and let the pores drain bacteria, sebum and other dead cells from their inside, relieving the pimples and lesions.
  5. Drink plenty of water to flush out toxins
  6. Drink less soda and carbonated beverages. Avoid sugary drinks and foods.
  7. 20-30 minutes of light exercise every day, especially outdoors
  8. Practice relaxation techniques to worry less
  9. Eat healthy foods, chewing thoroughly to improve your digestion
  10. Reduce refined sugar in your diet
  11. Keep a daily food diary to see if your acne is related to certain food groups (like dairy)
  12. Practice better hygiene (i.e. washing bangs and hair, cleaning hats)
  13. Check if shampoos, conditioners, and hair products are irritating skin. Use gentle and mild shampoo and conditioner products. Probably you have heard that oily hair products are not recommended for acne, especially in the forehead, no exceptions! Oily products, excessive fragrances and heavy chemicals may drip off your hair and block the pores of your forehead leading to skin irritation and an acne breakout. Also, if you have oily hair you should consider washing it more often since much of this oil adds up to the oil on your forehead. Long hairs should also be kept out of your face.
  1. Clean your own pillowcase and bed sheets. This should apply for those who have very greasy skin. Acne pimples normally could be caused and worsened by not cleaning your pillow case, keeping your forehead immersed in oil from your own face and hair, germs and dirt every time you go to sleep. Be certain to wash your pillowcase twice per week.

Best to try:  Lanelle Acne Treatment Set; Lanelle Lemon Arbutin Soap; Lanelle Anti-Acne Serum; Lanelle Tea Tree Soap

face map powerpt picYour skin often reflects your internal health, so by analyzing where you get pimples and “mapping” where acne pops up on your face, you can understand what’s causing your acne and prevent the zits from forming!

Face mapping is a revolutionary approach to skin analysis that helps us understand the causes of spots or breakouts. 

Face mapping decodes breakouts in the basic areas of your face.

Pretty awesome, right?

Let’s make this one guidance on how we can effectively treat acne or pimples.  You might find them interesting and enlightening. Are you ready?

Acne position:  Hairline


  • improper and incomplete removal of makeup
  • insufficient hair and scalp cleanliness or use of hair-care products that block pores

What to do:

  • Wash your face and hairline twice a day. Keeping your skin clean with soap and water can minimize oil production from your pores.
  • Make sure you remove all traces of makeup before you sleep. Falling asleep with makeup on can lead to bacterial infections, clogged pores which in turn, can cause acne. So, always, ALWAYS make sure you take your makeup off, before you hit the sacks.

Recommended:  Cleanse your face with Lanelle Clarifying Lotion using cotton balls before washing your face with Lanelle Lemon Soap or Lanelle Exotic Black-Acne Soap.

  • Exfoliate thrice (3x) a week.

Best to use:  Lanelle Cleansing Scrub

  • Shampoo your hair every day.

Acne Position:  Between Brows


  • Related to the liver: Congestion in this zone can indicate over consumption of alcohol, rich foods, and possibly a food allergy (such as lactose intolerance).
  • overindulgence of unhealthy foods or a food allergy
  • bangs/hair fringe, as filth and bacteria accumulation from dirty hair stains the skin

What to do:

  • Avoid strenuous exercises
  • Eat less processed food, junk food, and fast food
  • Sleep for 6-8 hrs.
  • Avoid alcohol
  • Avoid smoking. Smoking is injurious to your skin, too!
  • Cut back on sugar, dairy, rich foods
  • Avoid foods that cause your skin to flare

Acne position:   Near eyes/nose


  • Poor liver function
  • You are very tired, sleep very little, and are under constant stress
  • Your diet lacks essential nutrients

What to do:

  • Eat fruits and vegetables with high content of vitamin C (apple, banana, oranges) will help in providing you with a good, positive mood.
  • Cut out the alcohol, greasy food and dairy.
  • Avoid eating late at night; especially right before bedtime
  • Do 30 minutes of light exercise every day
  • Eat leafy greens

Acne position:  Tip of the Nose

Cause:  Weak digestive system

What to do:

  • Eat less cold food. Cold foods causes gastic acid secretion.
  • Look into ways to lower cholesterol, like replacing “bad fats” with “good fats” such as Omegas 3 and 6 found in nuts, avocados, and fish
  • Get more fresh air & Exercise everyday (like going for a walk)
  • Eat less pungent foods (spices, garlic, etc).
  • Eat less meat.
  • Massage the area around your nose.
  • Make sure you are getting enough Vitamin B

Acne position: Nose


  • Changes in reproduction system or the ovaries
  • Problems of the cardiovascular system: The heart may lack vitamin B and protein.
  • You live a passive lifestyle

What to do:

  • Eat less pungent foods (spices, garlic, etc)
  • Eat less meat
  • Eat warm temperature foods (not too cold or hot)
  • Get more fresh air
  • Exercise everyday (like going for a walk)
  • Massage the area around your nose
  • Make sure you are getting enough Vitamin B
  • Add more green vegetables and fruits, fish, various cereals to your diet. Do morning exercises or work out at least one hour a day.

Acne position: Jawline


  • Poor lymphatic drainage. When your lymphatic system’s drainage becomes blocked, you cannot eliminate toxic material.
  • Can also indicate hormonal imbalance in the sexual life
  • You might be nervous, sleep very little, or drink much coffee or alcohol.

What to do:

  • Avoid eating before bed
  • Eat more fresh fruit and vegetables
  • Get more rest
  • Get your hormones checked
  • Get 20 minutes of exercise each day
  • Sleep early and wake up early
  • Get body massage for relaxation
  • Practice proper hygiene

Acne position:  Lip area


  • Problems with digestive system: could include indigestion, intestinal colic or constipation
  • You are very sensitive and vulnerable, too worried about everyone and everything.

What to do:

  • Increase fiber intake. Have a cup of green tea after each meal.
  • Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Eat less spicy and fried foods
  • Massage abdominal area in a clockwise motion
  • Change your toothpaste

Acne position: Forehead


  • Toxin build-up, usually related to poor digestion and lack of water
  • Eating excess of foods like: fats, soft drinks, red meat. Your body struggles to get rid of the extra toxins.
  • stress or sleep deprivation
  • overactive mind

What to do:

  • Drinking plenty of water
  • Minimize intake of alcohol and caffeinated drinks
  • Switch to herbal teas, especially green tea.
  • Cut down on chocolate, cakes, lemonade and Coke, drink more mineral water without gas.
  • Eat food that helps eliminate toxins from the body: boiled cabbage, and baked apples.
  • Make sure to log 7 to 9 hours ofbeauty rest a night to keep your forehead clear.
  • 20-30 minutes of light exercise every day, especially outdoors
  • Practice relaxation techniques to worry less
  • Better hygiene

Acne position:  Cheeks

Upper Cheek


  • Your upper cheek is linked to your lungs
  • Can be caused directly by smoking and passive smoking. The air you are breathing will show in this area of your face, so you are more likely to break out in this area if you are living in a highly polluted area.
  • If you sleep on the side of your face, or use your mobile phone on this side, the germs and dirt can be transferred and will clog your pores, causing breakouts.

Lower Cheek


Breakouts on your lower cheek can be an indication of poor dental hygiene. If you have any infections in your mouth, especially involving your gums, this will show on the outside too.

What to do:

  • Hygiene:
    • Change your pillowcase at least once a week, and wipe down your phone with an antibacterial wipe every few days.
    • Always keep on top of your dental health, brushing, mouthwash and flossing twice a day and regular checkups at the dentist at least twice a year! Don’t just wait until you have a dental problem to make an appointment.
  • Food:
    • Foods great for healthier lungs include, kale, sprouts and pumpkin.
    • Include fresh vegetables, oatmeal and brown rice in your diet.
    • Eat more cooling foods such as gourds, winter melons, and green beans
    • Don’t overeat
    • Avoid fast food and junk food
    • Avoid mango, taro root, wine, and seafood or other foods you may be sensitive to
    • Eat less sugar
  • Lifestyle:
    • Try to spend more time on fresh air every day.
    • Try to keep a positive mood
    • Don’t let your body overheat
    • Try to decompress and relax
    • The liver is the strongest from 1-3 AM. This is when you should be sleeping
    • The lung is strongest at 7-9 AM. This is the best time for aerobic exercise
    • The liver is weakest at 1-5 PM, so schedule difficult work for the morning
    • If you have to work in the afternoon, rest your eyes for 5 minutes every hour

Acne position: Chin


  • Your period. Hormones like testosterone fluctuate throughout your cycle and make your glands produce more oil, which can ultimately clog your pores and result in pimples.
  • Your chin is also linked to your small intestine, so a poor diet or food allergies could cause you to break out in this area.
  • You might be nervous, sleep very little, drink much coffee or alcohol

What to do:

  • Get enough sleep
  • Don’t pick your pimples
  • Don’t eat before going to bed
  • Eat more fresh fruit and vegetables
  • Get more rest
  • Get your hormones checked
  • Get 20 minutes of exercise each day
  • Sleep early and wake up early
  • Massage your body for relaxation
  • Practice proper hygiene

So, the next time you get acne breakouts, look to your face map: your skin is probably trying to communicate on behalf of the internal organs. However, do remember that, as with all medical issues, it is always best to see your doctor a proper diagnosis.

Bless and be blessed!

by:  Lanelle Milanie Torralba

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