Safe Intimate Skin Bleaching Treatments: Is Anal Bleaching Dangerous?
By Ava Cantos.
Anal bleaching is quickly becoming as popular as Brazilian waxing. What started as a very niche cosmetic trend reserved for "adult" actors, exotic dancers, and those obsessed with physical perfection has now began to quickly enter the mainstream. While this procedure is still focused in major cities like Los Angeles, Miami, and New York, women and men all over the country have begun ordering do-it-yourself anal bleaching products online.
In addition, men have also purchased this product in growing numbers as evident by the variety of ads out there specifically targeting both straight and gay men. Although, women are still the driving force behind this rapidly expanding cosmetic treatment option.
However, as the popularity and social acceptability of anal bleaching continues to grow, it is also important to ensure that this very specific skin bleaching treatment remains safe.
Unfortunately, there are some anal bleaching products on the market that still contain the dangerous ingredient Hydroquinone. While some would argue that a small percentage such as 2%-4% solution of Hydroquinone is still safe, the reality is that skin bleaching products that contain Hydroquinone should be avoided.
This is because most developed countries, excluding the United States which will surely soon follow, have completely banned all skin lightening products that contain Hydroquinone.
This is exactly why you should avoid any anal bleaching treatment that contains Hydroquinone. There is simply no good reason that you should risk your health for a cosmetic procedure.
Applying anal bleach is sure to scare even the most daring people. That area of the body is very sensitive. This is why those that choose to use anal bleach should not only follow the direction closely, but should also ensure that they properly clean the area they plan to lighten very carefully.
This is because much like teeth whitening, certain dark-colored food and drinks can easily stain the anal area if you are not careful about using proper wiping and cleaning techniques.
The Future of Anal Bleaching
Anal bleaching has already surpassed being thought of as a trend. It is simply here to stay. In the near future, more and more companies will develop products specifically designed to lighten the anus, and those that already have an anal bleach product will continue to improve the safety and effectiveness of their product. As a result, those that would like a cleaner, lighter anal region will be able to choose from a wide variety of safe, effective, and affordable anal bleaching treatments.
Where many current anal bleaching customers prefer having the procedure performed in a salon, the future expansion of at home anal bleaching products will ensure that men and women all over the world will be able to perform this popular cosmetic procedure in the safety and privacy of their home much like how many have shifted from dying their hair in a salon to doing it at home.
In conclusion, anal bleaching is safe as long as it does not contain Hydroquinone. However, like any cosmetic procedure, it is up to the individual to research each product carefully. For example, a safe anal bleaching product will clearly list their ingredients so that the potential customer can determine if they are allergic to any one ingredient as well as ensuring that the product does not contain Hydroquinone.