Skin whitening products have become part of the skin regime for most women, to repair the visible damage of skin manifesting itself in age spots, liver spots, melasma, chloasma, scarring, glowing skin, pregnancy and hormonal changes damage, and other skin blemishes. The objective of skin lighteners is to lighten the skin, exfoliate dead skin cells, and inhibit melanin production.
There are a few pointers to keep in mind when choosing the right whitening skin product for you: The most important thing is to know your skin type and consult a professional to know exactly what your skin type is and what the condition you are suffering from is. The right research should help you find out what kind of product you really need. If you go on blindly by using expensive products or brands you have randomly heard in an ad, without the right research, you may not only spend uselessly, but you may even harm your skin further. To avoid spending uselessly in a skin product, consult a dermatologist or if you feel confident enough do your own research.
The next step is to discover what kind of product would suit you best. Lightening skin products are founds in many shapes and forms, in lotions, creams, serums and gels. You can buy whatever type of products suits you and your skin regime best, or you may want to use a combination of products for day and night use. Whitening skin products are also labeled differently as bleachers, brighteners, lighteners or even color extractors.
One of the most prominent features you would need in a lightening skin product is sunscreen protection. Sun is the actual enemy of the skin that causes most of your skin blemishing problems, and using a products that lightens your skin and in the same time protects you from the sun to avoid further damage, is what you should be looking for. Also look for lightening products that simultaneously hydrate your skin, to keep the skin’s moisture and vitality. Look for natural ingredients to avoid irritations, allergic reactions, inflammation and other side effects of chemical based lighteners, especially if you have sensitive skin.
Read the labels and look for botanical extracts (Bearberry extract, Alpha-Arbutin, Kojic Acid, Licorce extract, Resveratrol, Manuka Honey), natural amino acids, Vitamin A and SkinWhite Herb. Also look for natural exfoliators such as citrus, milk, sugar, apple, willowbark, papaya and pineapple based products, and look more specifically for their scientific names in the label: Sorbic Acid, Lactic acid, Glycolic acid, Malic acid, Salicylic Acid, and enzymes of Papain and Bromelin.
Ageless Derma’s Anti-aging Intensive Skin Brightener contains many ingredients that have multiple positive functions for your skin. Through its natural ingredients the product lightens and evens skin tone, protects the skin from future UV damage, helps the skin against irritation and inflammation, enhances collagen production, and acts as anti-oxidant. Choose the right product for your skin by following these steps and do more research to find out your skin type, your skin afflictions, and the natural ingredients that are good for you.
Skin Whitening Products
November 19, 2013 by · Leave a Comment