Dermaline Skin Bleaching Cream – An Overview

Dermaline skin bleaching cream is a product produced by Diana Stalder, most commonly known for other skin lightening products. The intention of Dermaline skin bleaching cream is to lighten areas of the skin which have become discolored for a variety of reasons. For example, a consumer might use Dermaline skin bleaching cream to reduce the appearance of moles or freckles. They might also use it to reduce the darkening around areas such as knees, elbows, or knuckles. The product works by inhibiting the production of melanin, the catalyst for skin pigmentation. Moles, freckles, dark spots, and other skin discolorations are normally caused by an increase in melanin produced in the skin cells of that area.

Melanin is the body’s natural way of protecting the skin’s surface. The darker the skin, the harder it is for harmful UV rays from the sun to penetrate and cause burns. However, hormones, sunlight, and other factors can cause an abnormally large amount of melanin to be produced, resulting in darkened areas, moles, and other skin blemishes. Dermaline skin lightening cream is intended to counteract the production of melanin to lighten the skin. Active ingredients in Dermaline skin bleaching cream include arbutin, kojic acid, licorice extract, and Vitamin C. These active ingredients come from natural sources.

However, there are concerns when using Dermaline skin bleaching cream, as are there concerns with many other similar products. While the makers of Dermaline skin bleaching cream claim it is entirely safe and the most effective means of skin lightening, others worry about the presence of mercury in the cream. In fact, health departments in New York have issued press releases urging users of Dermaline skin bleaching cream to refrain from using the product. This release stemmed from users treated for mercury poisoning after using Dermaline skin bleaching cream. It is unclear if these users were following the package recommendations.

Unfortunately, this is one of the many problems with using lightening products like Dermaline skin bleaching cream. There are numerous supporters and detractors on both sides of the controversy. Some believe Dermaline skin bleaching cream and similar products threaten ethnic identities because users attempt to lighten their entire complexion with such products. However, these products were never intended as full body treatments, but rather to treat small problematic areas. As such, consumers should thoroughly research before using a skin bleaching product such as Dermaline. Skin bleaching cream, depending on its ingredients, may have health risks or be ineffective for certain uses.

Emily Peetlukes

Contributor: Emily Peetlukes (The Beauty Insiders)

This Article Has Been Published on October 22, 2010 and Last Modified on January 29, 2018

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