Genital aesthetics, which are becoming more popular day by day, both increase women’s self-confidence in sexual life and make them feel better. Bleaching the dark skin color in the genital area, that is, genital area whitening, is one of these aesthetic types. You can find everything you wonder about genital area whitening, which is referred to as vulvar bleaching, in the rest of my article.
Why Does the Genital Area Darken?
Genital darkening (darkening, hyperpigmentation) is among the issues that many women complain about today. Skin darkening around the anal and genital area in both men and women can occur for many different reasons. Factors such as hormonal problems, aging, vaginal infections, epilation methods, genetic reasons, postpartum scar tissue development can lead to darkening of the genital area skin color. Such factors cause excessive hyperpigmentation of the skin, which leads to darkening of the skin color.
What is Laser Genital Area Whitening? How is it done?
Although different solution methods have been put forward for this darkening in the genital area, many methods are not preferred because they do not give permanent and satisfactory results. In particular, chemical products applied unconsciously to this area in the name of whitening can lead to skin problems and different complications. Therefore, laser application is preferred as the healthiest and most permanent method.
In recent years, Vulvar / anal bleaching technology with CO2 laser has been used to lighten the dark skin color in the genital-anal area. Laser application is an application that suppresses the melanin in the genital area, and thanks to this pressure, it is aimed to remove the dark layer in the epidermis.
In genital area whitening with laser, the application time may vary according to the whiteness desired by the person, the existing skin color, and the body’s reaction to the laser. A change in skin tone is usually noticed after the first treatment. The procedure is painless, so it is performed without general anesthesia. Local anesthetic cream is applied to the area before the procedure to prevent possible pain.
Laser genital area whitening is a method that is not recommended for people with lupus, psoriasis, herpes or genital warts and for people during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Therefore, I recommend that you inform your doctor about such conditions, if any, before the procedure.