INTIMATE SKIN BLEACHING (ISB)
Intimate Skin Bleaching as the term implies, is skin bleaching of intimate areas, namely the vulva (the outer vaginal area), anus and, sometimes, the nipples as well; but it really encompasses all areas a person might consider intimate: underarms, under the breasts, inner thighs, testicular and groin areas and also knees and elbows.
There are over 1.5 million search results for “why is my intimate area dark?” And another 385,000 for the search term “underarms bleaching”.
This treatment is almost as common as shaving your legs!
The idea of Intimate Skin Bleaching has been around for years now and is becoming more and more common as women and men become more aware and more comfortable with their bodies.
It is more common now than ever for people to groom their intimate areas, and this makes the difference in skin color much more apparent.
There are many causes ranging from lifestyle to health. Discoloration of intimate areas can be caused by aging, hormonal changes from pregnancy, infections and medical conditions such as Contact Dermatitis or STDs, and only a properly trained certified professional can help you determine the best course of action or if Intimate Skin Bleaching (ISB) is right for you. There are a few things that you can do in the meantime to prevent the skin from further discoloration; however, they are not guaranteed. Avoiding coffee, dark sodas, and artificial colors in food can help with the discoloration of the anal area, for example. Discontinued use of deodorants that contain alcohol also helps for pigmentation in the underarm area. The use of G-strings, not only makes the rectal opening more visible, hence the need for some women to bleach the anal area, but the actual use of G-strings causes the anal (and vaginal) area to become darker with the rubbing of the material (usually nylon) against the skin, causing laceration or burning of the skin. So, women who are frequent users of G-strings tend to have darker anal and vaginal areas.
Shaving and waxing the pubic area causes more pigmentation due to heat, inflammation and friction. In general, anything that produces heat, inflammation, laceration, and friction may cause hyperpigmentation, also known as Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH).
As with anything, you should consult a doctor if you suspect that health is the culprit. A certified professional is able to determine if a health condition might be present and refer you to an appropriate health provider. A thorough consultation to determine the contraindications is necessary.
You must purchase a Topical bleaching solution to use at home to enhance the benefits of the treatment and maintain results.
ALL OF THE BLEACHING PRODUCTS WE USE DURING TREATMENT AND POST-TREATMENT ARE MADE OF ENTIRELY NATURAL INGREDIENTS WITH NO HARMFUL CHEMICALS.
IMPORTANT!: Bleaching agents temporarily lighten skin color, but exposure to ultra violet rays may re-oxidize the skin, creating a darker appearance than before. This is a simplified reason why most skin bleaching or fading products warn against exposure to sunlight or tanning beds after application.
Vaginal, Anal, Buttocks, Nipple, Inner Thighs, Underarms, Posterior neck, Knees, Elbows, Under Breasts and Groin.
This treatment is not to be performed if you have a history of Genital Herpes or Genital Warts as it could exacerbate the condition and provoke a breakout.
After your procedure is done. If you are like most people seeking this service, you probably seek this treatment to look good for your sexual partner. Sex comes after intimate skin bleaching. Please be aware that this procedure DOES and WILL make you more susceptible to STDs and HIV infection during the course of treatment.