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Intimate Bleaching is the process of lightening the color of the skin around the area you desire.

This service can be done on Men and Women. The process can take up to an hour, depending on the the area you are getting lightened.

On average, it normally lasts up to 12-16 weeks once the lightening application is applied. However, individual results vary depending on the skin type and how dark the area is.

For best results, between 3-6 sessions is needed depending on how dark the area is.




This aesthetic service can be performed on men and women. The process can take between 30 min to 90 min depending on the area being treated. It can be performed on legs, elbows, knees, areola, bikini, underarms, inner thighs, derriere, labia, anus and lower abdomen.


What to Expect from an Intimate Bleaching Treatment?

On average it normally lasts up to 16 weeks once the lightening application is applied, however, individual results vary depending on the skin type and how dark the area is. Most patients need 3-6 treatments for the best outcome, but again, it depends on how pigmented your skin is. Pregnant women cannot have this procedure done. You will peel for 5 days after the service for a week, you will shed the top layer of the skin to lighten dark hyperpigmentation.

Noticeable results after one service.



I recommend doing a minimum of 6 series of sessions spaced 2-4 weeks apart for optimal results while using the bleaching cream on a daily basis in between sessions. Recommended to use twice per day (morning and night). Also, using the exfoliate scrub when showering.


Schedule your next service in 2-4 weeks. Keep in mind that the area will need to be HAIRLESS, so, you are doing sugaring/waxing, make sure your sugaring/waxing service is scheduled 3-7 days before your anal/vaginal bleaching. If shaving 2 or 3 days before service is fine.



• Two days prior to treatment, discontinue using any topical medications. If in

doubt about using any product, please discontinue it and discuss with the practitioner at your


• Shave or wax (preferably wax) before appointment.

• If you have a history of herpes simplex virus (cold sores or fever blisters), in rare

instances a reactivation of this condition could occur after treatment. Please inform your nurse

or physician so that an anti-viral medication can be prescribed before the treatment.



• During the first 5 days post treatment, care should be taken to prevent trauma to

the treated site: avoid scrubs, clarisonics, luffas, microderm crystals, wash cloths or anything

abrasive. any mechanical or thermal damage to the area must be avoided.

• Anything that produces heat in the skin should be avoided for five days: hot

baths, steam rooms, saunas, hot showers, UV exposure, and hot tubs. the gym should also be avoided for 24-48 hours.

• Cleanse the skin the following morning post treatment with gentle cleanser. The skin should be kept clean (cleanse twice a day) to avoid contamination or infection. Apply bleaching cream after cleansing.


Applying the bleaching cream which would not irritate the skin at all and yet would help start the bleaching process.

The Lighting cream is highly concentrating so don’t need much and apply to damp skin.


What is a TCA peel? (Chemical peels)

A TCA peel is a noninvasive skin treatment used to treat skin discolorations, scarring, and wrinkles. These peels get their name from trichloroacetic acid (TCA), which is used to clear away dead skin cells to reveal the newer and smoother skin layers below. TCA peels are part of the group of skin treatments called chemical peels, which are used to exfoliate your skin by using different strengths and combinations of nontoxic acid ingredients.

What to expect after a TCA peel (Chemical Peels)

After a TCA peel application, you may notice some changes right away. It could also take three or four days before you see the full effects develop. After the initial redness fades from your skin, you’ll notice that your skin begins to feel tight. Throughout the next three days, the affected area will shed the skin that has been exposed to the TCA treatment. It’s normal for the peeling skin to come off in patches over the course of several days. Avoid scratching your skin or peeling it off with your fingernails.

After the skin comes off completely, the skin underneath may appear firmer, smoother, brighter, and more youthful. During the period that your skin is peeling, make sure to wear sunscreen and protect your skin from sun each day. Avoid excess exposure to UV light.



Any sun exposure will result in the area becoming darker so avoid tanning beds and sun

exposure to the areas. Pregnancy, birth control, menopause and other hormonal changes can

affect the skin color returning. Although the treatment and products are safe to do while

pregnant, it would be best to wait until after pregnancy and ideally after breastfeeding, allowing the body's natural changes to occur first before attempting skin bleaching because oftentimes the skin will fade after breastfeeding and may not need as many treatments. be able to apply the bleaching cream which would not irritate the skin at all and yet would help start the bleaching process.

The ideal candidate for a TCA peel: is not breastfeeding or pregnant.

does not have a skin condition such as psoriasis, eczema, or rosacea has no history of keloids or poor wound healing will be counseled by the doctor beforehand. People who have taken the acne medication isotretinoin (Zenatane, Amnesteem, Claravis) should avoid chemical peels for a period of time after completing treatment.


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