Skin Lightening Product Reviews For Sensitive Areas

Most of us look in the mirror and wonder what we would like if our skin was just a little more olive toned, if our freckles weren’t so prominent, if our coloring was a little more even, or if we could lighten our appearance a little. Although there have been a range of remedies purported to lighten skin for centuries, from baths of milk to a facemask of urine, some may work a little while others are more likely to cause serious skin conditions if they have any effect at all.

Thankfully for most of us, science has come to the rescue. Although a yoghurt and honey facemask may be a heavenly at home treatment, if you want to really make a dramatic change in your appearance you will likely need to look at a more scientifically proven remedy. If you want to go from alabaster to tanned olive, you are going to be looking for the best fake tan on the market. If you are wanting to go from a darker tone to a creamy white you will be looking for the best skin lightening products on the market.

Finding The Right Product

One of the problems of using a skin whitening cream is finding the product that is going to work for you. Not just for getting your current skin tone to the shade you want it to be, but also for working on your skin type without causing irritation. Also, for consideration is that different products have different purposes. Not everyone is looking to get a whiter face, many people will visit Skin Lightening Beauty Guide to find products that suit their actual need, whether it’s removing or diminishing age spots from their hands, lightening their darker armpit skin, even anal bleaching and nipple lightening. Not all products are created equal, so it is important to do you research before possibly causing irreparable damage to you skin – particularly more sensitive areas such as face, anus, vagina or nipples.

Bleaching Sensitive Areas

If you are looking to whiten or lighten more sensitive parts of your body, you will need to take extra care in the products and techniques you use. Not only can using the wrong product cause you an incredible amount of pain, but certain chemicals have been shown to cause cancers and deformities if used in these areas.

Vaginal Bleaching

Although you aren’t bleaching your vagina, but the vulva and labia areas, vagina bleaching is the term you will normally see used. This is something often undertaken by women in the adult film industry but has become increasingly popular for a range of women who have a specific aesthetic that they desire. When deciding which product to use be sure to read the entire ingredient list. In particularly be on the look-out for hydroquinone. This is a product that you probably already know about as it is a popular, and effective, ingredient for skin whitening. However, it is far too strong for use on or around your genitals, and additionally its application in this area has been linked to uterine cancer. One option you might like to consider is laser therapy, although this can be expensive it is best to ensure that you are only going through a reputable spa or beauty therapist. Other options are for creams that you can use to lighten the areas at home. Again, read through the reviews and the ingredients list to get the best product that will suit your skin type – something that will not cause you any irritation or rash.

Anal Bleaching

This is another slightly misleading term, although yes, you are going to be lightening the dark skin of your anus, you will in no way be using bleach. Although the skin around your anus is thicker than around the vulva or penis (which is why it is usually a few shades darker than the surrounding area), it is still a very sensitive area that can easily be irritated by using harsh chemicals or treatments that might be more suitable on other parts of your body. You may look at using a retinol cream which is available from prescription through a medical doctor with an interest in skin care. Retinol cream is a vitamin A extract, which is why you will often see small amounts of vitamin A included in over the counter options; however, these are going to be in much smaller quantities than will be found in prescription only creams. There are home remedies, with many instructions and recipes available from a quick internet search, but just as you would when purchasing an over the counter cream, read the reviews. Although applying lemon juice might be wonderful to lighten your hair, applying the same juice to your anal area is more likely to cause blistering, irritation and pain. However, you could try something like pumpkin or papaya, if it is right for your skin type.

Nipple Lightening

Although it may be considered desirable to have a vulva or anus that is a similar skin tone to the surrounding skin, generally it is more aesthetically pleasing to have a slightly darker areola and nipple than one that blends in completely. However, that doesn’t mean that the current color and tone of your areola and nipple are actually pleasing to you. Often the skin of this area will change through health issues, breastfeeding or pregnancy, age or for a range of other reasons. Unfortunately, although the nipple may seem more robust that genital skin, it is generally recommended to not use so much as soap on the area, which can make trying to lighten the skin a little tricky. Adverse reactions are not uncommon and may range from redness or itchiness through to blistering, thrush and peeling. None of which are the desirable outcome to more attractive nipples. Luckily there are a range of specially designed creams that have been manufactured with the intent of lightening areola and nipples. Generally, these will use more natural ingredients, and you should need to use them over a period of time – anything that promises results overnight should be treated with caution.

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