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A Primer on Skin Whitening Treatments

11:00 AM - July 5, 2015 by Laura Wanschers

There are two common methods that can be of great help to you want to whiten your skin, such as the conventional skin whitening treatment performed by a dermatologist and using natural skin whitening treatments that you can be administered at the comfort of your home. These two methods offer remarkable results for those wishing that their skins were somewhat whiter or lighter. If you are still contemplating on which skin whitening remedy would be more suitable for a skin whitening process that will result in skin whitening forever then worry no more because here is a primer on skin whitening treatments for you.
 

1. Try Retinoic acid


Retinoic acid is also known as Vitamin A, and it’s fascinating to note that it has been used for decades by dermatologists to boost the growth of hair, the growth of skin normally, and currently for whitening the skin. Vitamin A influences melanin production, a natural pigment manufactured by our skin. Skin that is heavily pigmented is naturally dark. Applying whitening agents like Retinoic acid can help whiten your skin around the neck, face, nape, and all other body parts. Basically, Retinoic acid works by reducing melanin production. Retinoic acid is usually available in cream or ointment form.
 

2. Be careful when using skin bleaches


Skin bleaches comprise of several chemical, including compounds like hydroquinone, Kojic acid, and vitamin C. To avoid damages caused by skin bleaches on your skin, you should apply it on your face before you test it on your arm if there is no irritation. Be careful to use it in small quantities on your face while paying attention to the usage instruction on the package for the skin bleach, and attention on the cautions given by the manufacturer to avoid causing damage to your skin.

Essentially, skin bleaches are harmful, and can damage your skin when used incorrectly. Also, you need to consider the time that you are supposed to use it. At times when skin bleaches are used excessively, it may result in a much lighter facial look compared to the adjacent skin around the chest and the neck. This causes unevenness of skin color between your face in addition to the rest of the body, hence affecting your appearance.

If your skin is sensitive, then it is good to consult your dermatologist before using skin bleaching products, especially if you want to use skin whitening treatments rich in hydroquinone. This is an effective skin whitening product when used in required amounts, but a product may cause harm to your skin instead of whitening it safely if it has excess hydroquinone.
 


3. Consider lemon and lime juice


Fresh lemon and lime juice are excellent choices for whitening a natural skin. Lemon and lime juice together have the ability to cleanse, exfoliate and lightening dark spots on your skin. To attain maximum effectiveness, try using a mixture of these fresh juices with other skin whitening products to accelerate wanted results. If encounter hyper-pigmentation, then natural health experts recommend that you combine lemon juice with pure licorice extract because licorice deters melanin production in the skin resulting to lighter and clearer skin.
 

4. Do not underestimate the power of milk


Milk contains lactic acid, which naturally whitens your skin. You may prefer using milk as the base of your homemade skin whitening concoction. However, you must be aware of the fact that skin whitening doesn’t only involve prevention of pigmentation on your skin, but also it involves other essential processes related to the elimination of accumulated of dirt, oil, and dead skin cells.

 

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