A Comprehensive Guide to Anal Bleaching

There are a lot of people out there who are concerned with what their butthole looks like. If you are one of these people, you’re not alone. The anus naturally gets darker as we age due to friction and hormonal changes, so there generally isn’t anything to worry about if you are extra pigmented down there. However, anal bleaching lightens the area so it better matches the rest of your skin, which can increase confidence.

Lucky for you, we make our own Gentle Anal Brightener. Want to know how it works? Read on to find out everything you need to know about anal bleaching.

  

Anal Bleaching Quick Questions

What are the options?

1.      Chemical Peels/Creams

Chemical peels or bleaching creams use natural chemicals to lighten the pigment and break down the melanin surrounding the anus. You can have this done by a professional at a spa or salon or do this at home with creams purchased online.

2.     Laser Treatment

Laser treatment lasts longer but is much more expensive than purchasing a cream to DIY it. This is generally also more painful but should not be excruciating.

 

Is it safe?

If done correctly, anal bleaching is very safe. Of course, there are risks with anything. Improper bleaching can cause redness and itching, discoloration, or infection. If you choose to do so at home, make sure you are purchasing your products from a reputable company. If you get it done professionally, go somewhere you trust and ask all your questions up front.

 

How long does it last?

This really depends on how you go about it. Products that you apply yourself will generally need to be reapplied once a week or once a month, depending on the product and the desired lightness. If you opt for laser treatment, you will likely only need to go in for touch ups once a year. It all depends on your anus!

 

Does it hurt?

You should either feel no pain or mild discomfort. Of course, laser treatment will hurt worse than a cream, but it is generally a painless procedure. Always check the ingredients of whatever chemical you are using to make sure you do not have any known allergies. You can also opt to do a test patch on your skin prior to applying it to your anus.

 

What to expect before? during? after?

If you decide to get your anus professionally bleached, go to a spa or plastic surgery center to have someone qualified. Prior to your appointment, avoid high intensity activities for a few days, stop shaving near the anus, and avoid sex. These activities can cause small tears in and around the anus, which will make the procedure more painful and risky. Just before your appointment, clean the area and wear comfortable and loose clothing.

During the appointment, the technician will either apply the chemical peel directly to your anus or apply a numbing cream prior to laser treatment. It is quick and should be less than 30 minutes.

After, you will likely be given a cream or moisturizer to use the week following your appointment. Avoid sex and tight clothing while you are healing, and then you will be good as new.

 

The Bottom Line

Getting your anus bleached can make you feel much more confident during sex. If you do not like the way your anus looks, order a lightening product online or visit your nearest plastic surgery office.

 Our organic anal brightener naturally brightens the anus with just a quick spray after your daily shower. This pain-free method gives you a glowing hole in no time. We love following it up with the Cupcake Sweet Hole so your partner gets a sweet treat the next time they go down on that bright hole.


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