Who said that history can’t be fun when you can found out that women were obsessed with skin whitening techniques since the beginning of times! As far as Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire go, women used to use some kind of lead powder to make themselves look as perfect possible, but would sometimes even cause death! Also, Cleopatra was known worldwide for her luxurious bath, with only but the finest milk to keep her skin as radiant, perfect and… as white as possible? And what about the women back in the 19th century that used to eat significant portions of chalk to make their faces a warm shade of white?
When hyperpigmentation is deep within the dermis of the skin, these superficial therapies are not able to bring the desired results and skin specialists resort to laser therapy.
Laser's essentially carry out the exact same exfoliating procedure as the additional non-surgical therapies, however at a higher intensity and accuracy, because of the quantity of control they allow the physician when targeting areas of hyperpigmentation.
Since ancient times, people saw skin lightening as a sure method of gaining more attention from those around them, because, in many cultures, having a paler complexion was considered a great advantage for someone interested in moving up the social scale.
In fact, it is still considered an important factor, in many parts of the world. Apart from the social advantages, many other benefits come with this practice.
Yes, we know, it’s hard enough being a woman nowadays, with all the stress and harmful environment factors that prevent you from having that gorgeous natural skin lightening! Still, what would you say if a healthier and more effective way to achieve it, that is right in front of you, and you don’t even realize it, exists? Let me share this little secret with you and your life will be so much better, from this point of view!