So, you want to know how to bleach your skin! I know you are probably pretty smart but just in case you are really young and don’t know about the possible dangers. Please do not use the bleach that you will find in the laundry cupboard. It won’t whiten your skin but it will probably severely damage your skin and even burn it.
I recently read that a young girl put bleach into her bath water to whiten her skin. She ended up with a bad chemical burn and peeling skin. Her skin also became very dry and her private parts were quite painful for a while. Not a nice result.
How To Bleach Your Skin
You CAN bleach your skin, you just have to choose products carefully. There are a number of good products on the market these days. Make sure you stay away from any products that use hydroquinone. Even though it is banned in European countries it is still allowed in products that are sold in the United States. It is a chemical and has some unhealthy side effects. It has even been shown to darken skin. Not a great result when you are trying to bleach your skin.
The actual product that you choose will depend a little on your outcome. If you want to whiten skin that is darker then you would like, then you can use a Kojic Acid type soap. Kojic Acid soap originated in Japan and is derived from mushrooms. It works well to lighten skin and create an even skin tone. Make sure you purchase the bar of soap and not the cream. The cream tends to be more concentrated and should be used for bleaching specific areas of the skin.
How To Bleach Specific Areas Of Your Skin
There are number of creams that you can use to whiten specific areas of your skin that either have discolorations or scars. Although, most are expensive! They can cost in excess of $50 for a tiny tube. Most of these creams work to inhibit melanin production which then has the effect of whitening skin and giving more even skin tone.
I would recommend that if you are using any commercial products that you try it on a small area of skin that is usually hidden to test if you have an adverse effect. It would be devastating to lather a new cream all over your face only to find that your skin becomes burnt and peeling.
How to Bleach Your Skin With Natural Products
Ultimately, my advice on how to bleach your skin is to use a product that is made from all natural ingredients. It will cost you far less than the commercial options and there is no risk of horrible side-effects. Pineapple does an excellent job when combined with Papaw. The Papaw contains papain and serves to bleach the skin. You can also combine Pineapple and Papaw with other natural ingredients to bleach areas of scarring.