Skin Whitening Pills

Skin Whitening Pills

Using Pills as a Treatment to Lighten Your Skin

It seems that pills are becoming available to treat almost everything. From weight control, to lightening your skin, there truly is a pill available to cater to your every need.

It is debatable whether or not humanity has now reached a stage where we have an over-reliance on these ‘magic’ pills, to the point where the majority of the population now use them as their first point of call, should they suffer any illness, or just wish to change something about their body or their health.

No doubt if you are here, then you are considering using pills to alter the color, or at least the darkness of your skin.

Whether or not you have exhausted other means of treatment, or this is your first point of call, this article is here to present you with as much information as is possible in order to assist you when you are making your decision as to whether or not pills are the way for you to go.

It is possible that you are frightened of laser treatment and the potential dangers that are often associated with such treatments.

It is also possible that you feel pills are a better option than manufactured creams, which often contain steroids or other potentially harmful ingredients.

If that is the case, then it is likely that pills are the next most commonly used treatment as you work your way down the list of potential solutions to your skin complexion problems.

As previously mentioned, this article will aim to provide you with a balanced view as to whether whitening pills are the answer to your problems.

Looking in more detail at; why you may wish to whiten your skin, how skin whitening pills work and what exactly they are, how quickly you can expect to see results should things go well and the potential dangers and side effects of such treatments.

 

Why Whiten Your Skin?

As the famous line reads, ‘let’s start at the very beginning, it’s a very good place to start.’

Building on this, the reason that you are here is that you have likely decided that you wish to alter the tone of sections or your skin, or at least you are in the process of deciding whether or not this is a good idea or something that you wish to pursue.

Well, you are not alone.

In fact, you are very far from being alone.

It is not uncommon for both men and women to want to ‘clear up’ any birthmarks or discolored areas of their skin.

Usually, the reason for this is that they suffer from the confidence issues that can easily arise due to such marks on their skin.

This is understandable, especially if these issues should cause you to reach such a level of discontent that you feel that taking any risk at all is necessary to help to rebuild your confidence in your own body.

In this age, where confidence issues and mental health problems are increasingly more common, or at least it is now more widely accepted to discuss such issues and to seek support to manage or resolve these issues that may be present in your mind, be it subconsciously or at the forefront of your thoughts.

There are many potential treatments that promise to lighten your skin tone. From skin lightening creams to laser treatment, the list is growing.

However, in the interest of staying safe, it is common for people to stick to ‘the big three’ types of treatment.

As you can most probably guess, these types of treatment are; creams, laser treatment and of course, skin whitening pills.

As I eluded to before, things are changing in our day to day lives. One way that this is happening, is that people want things quicker than ever before. Quicker delivery, faster food, quicker broadband, and seemingly quicker treatment.

Pills certainly tick this box. They are accessible to an extent, they promise to work quicker than other treatments and, on the surface, they seem the easiest and most convenient of all of the treatments that were previously mentioned.

However, as I hope you will be aware of by this stage, there is always a risk associated with any treatment of this nature.

After all, changing the color of your skin is not like getting a haircut. You are changing what is probably the largest part of your personal appearance, so it is imperative to do so in the safest way possible.

Delving Deeper Into Skin Whitening Pills

With this in mind, let’s find out more about this form of treatment in greater detail.

Not unlike other treatments, skin whitening pills are designed to significantly reduce the amount of melanin that is produced by your skin. This is self-explanatory in some ways.

The more melanin that is in your skin, the darker your skin will be and the safer you will be from the powerful rays of the sun. So, when the production of melanin is limited, your skin should, in theory, appear lighter.

The pills that are designed to have this effect will contain a range of ingredients that are designed to limit this production. The list of some of these ingredients includes, but is far from limited in any way to; Glutathione and Vitamin C.

In short, Glutathione is included as it blocks the tyrosinase enzyme, which is the enzyme that helps with to accelerate the production of melanin by the human body.

The reason that pills are known as the ‘quick-fix’ of the skin lightening world, is that some of them commonly work from the inside of the body outwards, rather than from the outside in, which helps them to provide faster results when the treatment is successful.

Just How Quickly Can I Expect Them to Work?

If indeed they are the ‘quick-fixers’ of the industry, you will no doubt want to know just how quickly you can expect to see the results of your chosen product. Well, fear not, that is what we are here to tell you.

As I mentioned just before, some of these pills are made from a Glutathione base.

These Glutathione pills will work at a slower rate than some of the other pills that are available at your fingertips – that is to say, at least they may take longer to show the results of what they are doing to your body.

As you are reading this article, it is likely that you are using the internet as your primary source of information.

This is not a bad idea. The internet is available to almost everyone the world over, for a small fee, or at least for a comparatively small fee to that of purchasing journals and books on everything that you wish to find out about.

There is also a wealth of knowledge available on the internet, many of which from leading industry experts. However, there is also a lot of bad advice that is on the internet.

Your job is to decipher the useful information from the densely populated pages of the internet and use this information to make an excellent, informed decision that gives you the best chance of success.

With this in mind, keep this at the forefront of your thoughts – there are many pages where people are able to share their own experiences with such products, and who could be better placed than people who have undergone the treatment to determine its success?

Well, medical experts. However, apart from these medical professionals, the chances are that nobody knows better than those who have undergone the treatment. However, seeing as every individual is very different, it is wise to lean on the knowledge of your doctor or at least a trained medical professional as well.

If you are looking for a specific amount of time that your pills will work in, I am afraid I will have to disappoint you.

Results differ based on each individual. Some may see results after just a few weeks, whilst for others, it can take up to a year – that is assuming that you see results at all, as of course, it is impossible to guarantee the success of any such treatments.

The average time that it takes for results to show, is said to be between four and sixth months, but as I say, do not be discouraged from continuing your treatment if you do not see results in this time period.

In case you are wondering, a range of factors could be affecting your tolerance to the treatments. These factors are; your original skin tone and the darkness of your skin, the speed of your metabolism (believe it or not) and of course, the ability of your body to absorb the effects of the pill.

As always, it is strongly advised that you visit a medical expert and an industry leader before you make your decision on which treatment is for you. They will be able to offer the best advice possible and help you make the decision on which treatment is right for you.

Side effects of Skin Whitening Pills

As you can probably imagine, consuming pills to alter your physical experience does not come without its own risks.

You can find a brief list of what these potential issues are, which will hopefully help you to make a slightly more informed decision on whether or not you think pills are the right way for you to go.

Let’s get the scariest one out of the way first, it is possible that some ingredients that can be found in some of these pills can possibly be unsafe and even in some extreme cases be cancerous.

It is often the case that these could contain high levels of hydroquinone, which is supposed to ensure faster and stronger results when the pills are consumed.

These pills can also affect the hormone balance of an individual’s body. It can cause a large unbalance, which I do not need to tell you can have a wide range of negative side effects on your body and your mindset.

These side effects can include, but are not limited to; stress, headaches, and nausea.

Further to that, it is worth offering you a heads up that taking such pills for a prolonged period of time can significantly lower the levels of zinc in your body.

Last but not least, consuming any time of pill, no matter what it is, will cause damage to your liver.

Be it paracetamol or these skin whitening pills, using them for a long period of time will cause damage to your liver by forcing it to overwork at a rate that it is not comfortable with.

With this in mind, you are now better qualified to make an informed decision on whether you feel pills are worth the risk and are the treatment for you.

Just remember to seek the advice of a medical professional before you make your final decision.

If you would rather try a topical cream to whiten your skin then we recommend that you use Amaira Skin Lightening Serum, check out our expert review for more information.

 

Skin Darkening

Skin Darkening

As the market for skin lightening has grown – originating in the world of adult film actresses and celebrities – so too has the demand for skin darkening procedures.

Skin darkening can refer to sun-bed tanning or, increasingly, to fake tanning products used to get that golden glow even if the weather is miserable.

If you have a naturally dark complexion then you may notice light areas developing over time.  This can be due to many factors including depleted melanin levels and various skin conditions.  One solution is to spend more time in the sun.

However, if you live somewhere where there isn’t much sunlight then this is easier said than done.  Fortunately, there are many different ‘sunless’ creams, gels and tanning solutions available to help maintain healthy, dark skin.

Skin darkening procedures

When you’re looking for skin darkening products you’ll notice that DHA (dihydroxyacetone) is a common ingredient used in almost all of the most popular lotions.  This chemical is actually a sugar which reacts with proteins in the skin to produce what is commonly known as a ‘fake tan.’  Here’s how to fake tan properly, ensuring that you get the natural results you’re looking for:

1. Wax/shave before tanning

If the areas that you want to darken aren’t already smooth then it’s a good idea to wax or shave before applying fake tan.  This makes sure that the lotion comes into contact with as much skin as possible and doesn’t get trapped in between hairs.  However, it’s important to leave at least 24 hours between waxing/shaving and applying the fake tan lotion.  This is because removing hairs will make your skin more sensitive and tanning too soon could increase the risk of skin irritation.

2. Moisturise

It’s a good idea to apply moisturizer to the intended areas the night before fake tanning to make sure your skin is as hydrated and smooth as possible.  If you leave areas of dry skin then your tan is likely to be patchy and you might not get the beach-ready look that you’re after.  Moisturised skin is healthy skin and the healthier your skin is, the less likely you are to encounter adverse effects when using intimate bleaching products.

  1. Wear gloves

A common mistake when fake tanning for the first time is forgetting to wear gloves.  While a body tan can turn heads, tanned palms aren’t exactly the height of fashion and can be mistaken for dirt.

Buy some cheap latex gloves prior to applying your fake tan.  Don’t worry too much though as you can buy tan remover if you forget to pick up a pair of gloves.

  1. Be gentle

To get the best possible results, apply a light, even layer of tanning lotion to the desired area.  Some people think that rubbing the solution into the skin will result in a better tan when the opposite is in fact true.  If you have moisturized your skin properly then the lotion will work its magic and you’ll get the tan you’re after.

  1. Follow the product directions

It can be tempting to assume that leaving your fake tan on for as long as possible will give you a stronger tan, but this is not the case.  Different products work at different speeds so always read the directions for use and stick to them.

Whether you’re bleaching or darkening, the procedure is simple and easy, designed for those looking for convenient home-based beauty solutions.  If you’ve done your research, tried the product on a small  area of skin to check for any irritants and read the directions which comes with all products then you shouldn’t have any problems at all – just remember to enjoy the new you and try to get used to all the compliments you get for looking fabulous!

Dark butt treatments

Dark or discolored buttocks is something which can affect men and women of all ages.  Because it’s one of those embarrassing ‘private’ areas, people don’t really like talking about their behind.

However, with so many lightening treatments available today, you don’t need to suffer in silence and can easily return your posterior to a more pleasing, lighter shade with little to no hassle.

There are many reasons why skin around the buttocks can discolor over time.

Some of the most common include:

  • Pressure from sitting down
  • Not applying exfoliation/ moisturizing treatments
  • The continual rubbing of clothes on the intimate areas
  • Natural hyper-pigmentation (high levels of melanin in the body)

While it might not seem like a huge problem to some, many women can feel self-conscious about dark, uneven areas of skin to the point where it can have a negative impact on their self-confidence, sex lives and even relationships with partners.  Advances in science and understanding of natural remedies have reached the point where we know how best to treat this condition.

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