Debunking Intimate Lightening Myths
Intimate lightening is a procedure that many men and women are curious about yet often find themselves not wanting to talk about it. While talking about intimate lightening can seem daunting, it is necessary to help you get the appearance you want – a more restored, youthful-looking skin! As with all procedures, there are quite a few myths surrounding intimate lightening that are floating around – and we are going to talk about five of them and tell the truths behind them!
Myth 1: Creams Made to Correct Complexion Will Only Lighten the Darker Areas of Your Skin.
This is a common myth. Complexion correction creams will not only lighten the darker areas of your skin, but they actually lighten all the areas of your skin. In fact, they may lighten every area that you use it on, changing your complexion to a lighter shade overall. However, if you are not careful, you might find your skin tone to become uneven, so it is best left to the professionals, who can assure perfect results each and every time.
Myth 2: The Lighter Your Skin is, the Healthier it is.
Even today, with plenty of research suggesting otherwise, many men and women are still trying to lighten their skin with the hopes of making it “healthier.” While it is true that avoiding the sun and tanning beds can help improve the health of the skin, the reverse is not so true: lightening the skin over and over again will not make it healthier. Also, if your skin is darker, you are less prone to wrinkles, sun damage, and acne.
Myth 3: Skin Lightening Requires Repeated Sessions.
Many people who are first looking into skin lightening may find information that states that those who undergo intimate lightening procedures require repeated procedures for the results to be maintained. This isn’t entirely true: while repeated sessions may be required at first to help you achieve your desired results, you do not have to keep getting treatments in order to maintain them. In fact, after you achieve your initial results, you can feel free to make touch-up appointments if and when you desire them!
Myth 4: It’s Okay to Use Harsh Creams, as Long as You Don’t Go Into the Sun.
Here is a good tip when it comes to using harsh creams: using those kinds of creams, not only on your face but on your intimate areas, is never a good idea. Those creams contain harsh chemicals that can harm your skin – so try to stay away from them and use all-natural botanical formulas instead.
Myth 5: Only those with Certain Complexions Practice Skin Lightening.
Many people think that only those with darker skin tones tend to practice skin lightening, but that isn’t true at all! Women with all types of complexions and skin tones look into intimate lightening. It doesn’t matter what color your skin is – if you feel that intimate lightening can help improve your self-confidence, go for it!
If you are interested in learning more about the intimate lightening process offered by Dr. Ghozland, feel free to call the office today!