The quantity of melanin is generally more in people with a dark complexion and the skin's color is determined by the amount of melanin present in the skin, which is a genetic process. Melanin production can also be influenced by the extent of damaged skin, exposure to the sun and exposure to chemicals.
Skin lightening also called as skin whitening, is the procedure by which the melanin pigment present in the skin is reduced to give the person a fairer look.
An average of six sessions and each session happens at an interval of 2 weeks.
• Redness and swelling (skin irritation and inflammation)
• A burning or stinging sensation.
• Itchy and flaky skin.
1. Minimizes dark spots. Skin lightening treatments can reduce dark spots on the skin caused by sun damage, aging, and hormonal changes.
2. Reduces the appearance of acne scars. Some skin bleaching treatments may help fade acne scars.
3. Evens out skin tone.