Bleaching Cream for Black Skin – Products That Are Safe to Use

A Guide to Bleaching Creams that are specially made for black skin which is safe to use

There are numerous products available to lighten skin, but bleaching cream for black skin is a special area that only a few companies can claim. Authentic bleaching cream[1] for black skin is made by African Americans, Latinos, or any other race that has dark skinned people. It is designed specifically with dark skinned people in mind. Dark skinned people have different pigmentation than light skinned people. Bleaching cream for black skin, or for dark skin, must safely and gradually lighten skin without causing unnecessary harm or risks to it. Where can you find safe bleaching cream for black skin?

Makari is an African American company that makes bleaching cream for black skin. Their bleaching cream is all natural, and does not contain harmful ingredients. There are no steroids, mercury or hydroquinone[2] present in these products. Instead they use ingredients like vitamin c and plant extracts to achieve the desired skin lightening results. They don’t just sell bleaching cream for black skin. They sell super-concentrated serum and spray too. And the products are affordable. They were designed with the health of black and dark skinned people in mind. Makari has done their own independent research before developing bleaching cream for black Skin. Their products are unique, and can’t be found anywhere else on the market.

Many people consider using Ambi bleaching cream for black skin. Ambi is a company that is well known among African Americans. However, Ambi’s bleaching cream for black skin is harmful. It contains 2% of hydroquinone, a product that has been known to cause cancer. As a result, hydroquinone has been restricted to use in prescription lightening creams online. If you see bleaching cream for black skin with hydroquinone in it, you should avoid it at all costs. The same statement can be made regarding bleaching cream for black skin that contains alpha hydroxy acid and arsenic. There are plenty of other products that are better for your skin, and won’t cause you any harm from daily use.

Some companies, such as Palmer’s and Vanity Fair, sell bleaching cream for black skin over the counter. You’ll have to find Vanity Fair bleaching cream for black skin in a department store, but it’s inexpensive. Palmer’s bleaching cream for black skin contained some harmful ingredients, but the product has been safely revised. Avon also sells bleaching cream for black skin that gives results in as little as 14 days.

Emily Peetlukes

Contributor: Emily Peetlukes (The Beauty Insiders)

This Article Has Been Published on October 22, 2010 and Last Modified on January 7, 2019

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