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Anal bleaching has been exploding in popularity over the last few years.
However, this is still one of the more “hidden” surgeries that one could decide to move forward with – for obvious reasons.
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Hopefully this quick guide will give you an idea of the “ins and outs” of this procedure, as well as some tips and tricks you’ll want to be aware of before you make decision to make your skin lighter.
What Exactly Is This Process?
You might be surprised but this is exactly what it sounds like – the lightening of the skin (and any hair) around your anus. There are a number of different reasons why people decide to go for this kind of procedure – some of which I will outline in just a moment.
However, it’s important to understand that it is a 100% legitimate cosmetic process, and one that is certainly in high demand.
Why Do People Decide for It?
According to science and research, there are various reasons why the anus becomes discolored, including the skin in and around this area. Those that have drank a tremendous amount of coffee, soda, and other “darker liquids” for long periods of time – as well as those who have:
- Poor hygiene
- Eating habits
- Wiping habits
All these have to deal with discolored rectum areas. For obvious reasons, this isn’t exactly the most attractive thing in the world (though it might not get as much as attention as some have been led to believe).
If you are feeling at least a little bit self-conscious about the way your anus looks, you can try out any of the different cosmetic procedures that promise to light skin around your rectum.
The Most Common Methods
Obviously, those who have decided to undergo this process are going to want to investigate all of the options available to them.
Though there are various “tips and tricks” out there for doing much of this work all on your own, the truth of the matter is you probably want to try a proven methodology so as not to risk your health or very serious discoloration.
Here are just some of the more popular options out there.
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There is a variety of creams available on the market today that have been designed and developed from the ground up to bleach or lighten your anal area, many of them relying on different chemical concoctions and formulations to provide these kinds of results.
We’re talking about products like hydroquinones and others that have proven to be effective. This is a relatively inexpensive approach to anal bleaching, and one that you may be able to do all on your own in the comfort of your own home.
There are also some “DIY” kits available for sale using a peroxide-based gel, though they can be a bit more on the expensive side.
If you’re really interested in making sure that the skin tone in and around your anal area matches the rest of your body, you’ll want to move forward with laser based surgery.
Similar to the surgeries that you would go through to remove scars and other discolorations on your skin, these can cost hundreds of dollars (or even more) – and you’ll need to go through a number of procedures subsequently to get any real results.
At the same time, the outcomes are almost always positive and permanent – results that you can trust.
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Finally, if you have an almost unlimited bankroll, you may consider trying out cryosurgery. However, this is one of the more advanced and innovative solutions to lightening your anus, and as of yet there is still not enough research done to fully recommend it.
If you have thousands of dollars and are very serious about having lighter rectum (especially if you are in a profession that requires you to look your very best absolutely everywhere), then you may want to take the gamble with this one.
Risks Associated with Anal Bleaching
As with everything regarding the cosmetic operations, there are specific side-effects associated with above technologies and methods. Creams probably have the lowest risk factor, though you can certainly experience some:
- Other skin “flareups”
With laser surgery you face the same dangers as with any other similar operation, and cryosurgery has the most considering the fact that it is still in the infancy of its development.
Tips & Things to Consider
You’ll really need to consider just how serious you are about clearing up this issue for ever, and whether or not you’re willing to put up with the risk factors associated with different anal bleaching methods.
It’s probably best if you start off with a cream-based solution before moving forward with laser or cryosurgery, and always getting the recommendation of professionals that know exactly what they’re talking about before you move forward.