Discreet Feminine Bleaching & Perfecting Treatments
What is discreet feminine brightening or bleaching?
It is the process of lightening the color of the skin around the anus, labia, inner thigh crease, nipples, underarms. It is done for cosmetic purposes, to make the color of the anus more uniform with the surrounding area. Treatments are applied in the spa or esthetic facility by a iicensed cosmetologist or esthetician / technician. Home care sold is sold to be applied daily to assist in maintaining color between professional visits.
What is a Vajacial?
It is a European Facial for the intimate area around the pubic and vaginal area. If you suffer from hyperpigmentation, dark spots, ingrown hair and irritaiton in this area, this service is a dream come true. Home care sold is sold to be applied daily to assist in maintaining overall texture and color between professional visits.
Which areas can feminine brightening be used to lighten?
Booty Bleach is designed to lighten the skin around intimate areas such as anus, vagina, labias, inner thigh creases, nipples, and underarm hallows.
What is the process of brightening intimate areas in at home care?
Apply to clean skin at bedtime. Rub gently until cream is fully absorbed. You can reapply in the morning as well if so desired. If you experience any irritation, discontinue use. Resume use when skin has returned to a non-irritated state.
How many treatments will it take to lighten the desired area(s)?
Each individual's pigment severity, desired outcome and skin type is different, therefore it will vary from person to person. The average person requires 3-6 treatments to attain a consistent color that conforms with the surrounding area. The treatment is not permanent and will require regular maintanence.
Does our feminine brightening treatment contain Hydroquinone?
No, our feminie brightening treatment does not contain Hydroquinone, and it is one of the few skin lightening products on the market to not contain this effective but potentially very harmful ingredient.
Studies have shown that long term hydroquinone use can cause exogenous ochronosis, which is when your skin turns a bluish and black color. Hydroquinone not only inhibits melanin production to help lighten skin, but long term use can actually damage your pigment cells.