What is Skin bleaching Used for?
Extremely effective in eliminating the effects of any kind of pigmentation or melanin disorders, skin bleaching is the most cost effective, successful and sought after treatment in treating a wide assortment of skin disorders. Melanin imbalances create patchy skin and unwanted dark areas, which can be safely treated with skin bleaching products. It is also becoming increasingly in the area of aesthetic preferences such as removal of freckles, changing skin color and as a deterrent to the effects of aging.
Protecting Your Skin when Skin bleaching
• Do not continue to use beyond the agreed amount of times, overuse can cause stimulation of pigmentation levels, weaken and thin skin tissue or create unnatural white skin tone
• Ensure you only select trusted brands and products
• Stick to the proposed time limits
• Be extremely careful around the eye area
• There have been documentation of potential risk of cancer with excessive use of skin bleaching
• Choose reputable skin care practitioners
• Always follow manufacturer’s instructions carefully
• Use extreme caution when handling chemical bleaches to avoid potential burns; these can take a long time to heal
Types of Skin bleaching Treatments
There are countless variants of skin bleaching brands and products on the market today. Explore the many options available to you to find the type that suits your particular needs best. If you opt for a home skin bleaching treatment, you can achieve the same desired effects as a treatment within a skin specialist practice but at a fraction of the costs. Do proper research before making a decision.
Skin bleaching Uses:
• Creating your particular cosmetic and aesthetic preferences of skin tone
• Treating all types of melanin disorders including malasma
• Correcting sun damaged areas and long term blemishes
• Balancing of asymmetrical complexion due to vitiligo and melanin disorders
• Decreasing visibility of highly colored birthmarks and scarring
• Lightening of dark eye circles
• Whitening around genitals and underarms
• Creating younger, brighter, whiter complexion
• Treatment of birthmarks and moles
Historical use of Skin bleaching
Not only in modern times has skin bleaching been used as a successful cosmetic treatment, it has been in effect for generations upon generations, producing the white faces of Japanese Geishas and correcting skin maladies in historic times.