Skin bleaching is the practice of using chemicals to whiten the skin or to reduce the melanin content of the skin. This has become a popular act used by 80% of women in efforts to lighten the skin date back to at least the 1500s in Asia.

Skin bleaching has opened the doors to people who wanted to change the color of his or her skin. It is an effective achievement, that is, if you meet the right specialist who would recommend or produce the best chemical or cream to apply.

Why bleach your skin?

  1. To tone your skin.
  2. To prevent the effect of harsh sunlight on your skin.
  3. To lower the high rate of melanin content in your skin.


Skin bleaching treatments can reduce dark spots on the skin caused by sun damage, aging, and hormonal changes. Some skin bleaching treatments may help fade acne scars. They won’t help with active inflammation and redness caused by a breakout, but they may reduce red or dark areas that linger after acne has healed. Skin lightening can even out skin tone by minimizing areas of hyper pigmentation, such as sun damage. It can also help reduce the appearance of freckles.