I am a medical doctor and am not a dermatologist, but I am a dermatologist and I can speak about all the products that I use to treat acne.
I don't care how light you are. Light means you need to have more melanin. If you're light, I think you have enough melanin to deal with anything. If you're dark, I think you're already overmedicated and need some of that good stuff. If you're both light and dark, then you're going to have some problems, so don't be shy.
I'm going to use something light today and some products to deal with the fact that I just don't know what I want. This means that I 'll have to do a lot of reading, and not so much writing. There are a lot of light skin products out there that work, but don't necessarily look the best, so that's why I'm doing this. It would be nice to have a more comprehensive guide. So first things first, what do we mean by 'light' or 'dark'? Is it all the same thing, or do you mean different shades? I'm going to go with the 'all the same thing' approach to this.
To me, a dark skinned person is someone who looks like they have a darker complexion.