Saturday, 15 December 2012

Homemade Skin Bleaching

This is a short list of different homemade skin whitening and skin bleaching recipes. These treatments are not guaranteed to work, or to be as effective as a cream like the one offered by the site in the sidebar, but they will probably have some effect, if you're game to try them.

The most common alternative skin whitening treatments use lemon juice, lime juice, or something containing vitamin C, as this does have some effect on bleaching the skin, even if it's only a small effect.

The first recipe is pretty simple, you mix up the juice of half a lemon, and half a cucumber, and add a pinch of turmeric, then apply to the face, and the skin you want to bleach to a lighter color.

Recipe two involves mixing up equal parts of honey and almond paste. If you can't get almond paste, you just soak the almonds overnight in water, peel them in the morning, and crush them up into a paste.

The next recipe is similar to the first one, but you use two teaspoons of flour, half a teaspoon of lemon juice, and add tomato juice, and cucumber juice.

Yet another one has ground dried orange peels, plus enough milk for a paste, and another has equal parts of fresh coconut milk, and fresh lemon pineapple juice.

The most effective ingredient of all of these recipes is the vitamin C in the fruit juices, but vitamin C only has limited effectiveness, and if you want to get real results, and get noticeably lighter skin, then you may want to try a cream specifically made for bleaching your skin white, by a trusted company like Tonique Skin Care.

Chemical Skin Bleaching

The skin whitening products offered by Tonique contain a mix of arbutin and glycolic acid, among other things, and are the most effective skin bleaching product you can buy without a prescription.

Not only that, but they have an expert support team who can give you custom advice so that you use this cream in the right way for your individual skin.

For example, you will need different usage instructions if you are trying to dye your whole skin white, or if you are just trying to bleach one small patch of skin, like freckles on your nose.

You will need to use the cream in a different way if you have naturally dark skin as opposed to if you have naturally white skin.

This is why you need the advice of experts, and you can get to the site by clicking on the link in this post, or by clicking on the link in the sidebar, which leads to the Facebook page, where you can get tons of helpful advice in the article posted there on an almost daily basis.

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