What is Skin Lightening?
Our Skin Lightening Treatments reduces melanin production using natural ingredients like bearberry leaf extract, a natural skin lightener that reduces melanin production and has proven to be effective in lightening age spots, sunspots, and melanoma, and liquorice root, a natural alternative to hydroquinone and contains glabridin which inhibits the activity of tyrosinase (an enzyme that causes pigmentation from sun exposure)
What is Anal Bleaching?
Anal bleaching is the process of lightening the color of the skin around the anus. It is done for cosmetic purposes,to make the color of the anus more uniform with the surrounding area.
Vaginal + Anal Bleaching is the process of brightening the skin and can be used on any area that has hyperpigmentation like the labia, nipples, underarms, knees, elbows, etc
What Causes Discolouration?
Pregnancy, child birth, breastfeeding;
Chemical burns or reactions;
When Will I See Results?
Our skin lightening results are instant. You will see up to 4 shades lighter in one treatment. For best results, we highly suggest coming in once a week until your desired color is achieved, then maintain at home with our 3-Step Kit. Our products are safe enough to use twice a day if you’re trying to achieve results for a special occasion.
How Long Does It Last?
It’s hard to predict how long you will see results, as it varies from person to person. With hormonal imbalances and changes, it will come back. Though, with proper at home maintenance, you can see results for 6+ months before needing another professional treatment
Is Skin Lightening Safe?
Our products are FDA and Health Canada approved. They contain no harsh chemicals like hydroquinone, Kojic acid, or mercury. It will safely lighten the skin to a more even tone and will not cause any hypopigmentation (ie. skin will not become lighter than the baseline skin colour)
Is This Safe for Pregnant or Breastfeeding Mothers?
Although our treatment is completely natural and safe, we do not recommend it to those who are pregnant or breastfeeding due to heightened hormones that can cause pigmentation