Most people ask is bleach good for skin?

Almost everyone, men and women irrespectively want to have a flawless, fair, even and smooth skin.

Many people regularly bleach their skin for a better look.

Whether it is to reduce acne scarring, uneven skin tone, reduce wrinkle, blackheads, whiteheads and reduce blemishes on the skin.

But is bleach is a good way to get the desired result?

But they never think whether bleach is safe or not. Many people use bleache just because it gives instant result than other common remedies.

There are thousand plus bleaching brand available in the market.

And that may work on above skin conditions temporarily.

But is bleaching good for your skin and overall health?

Here we pointed out some facts you should know before going for bleach your skin.

Bleaching of skin is a controversial matter and raises many questions and some serious concerns.

Skin bleaching preparations contain chemicals for lighten up the skin tone and to bring more even and uniform complexion.

But using chemical bleaches on your skin can cause harm to your skin.

Because the various type of chemical is used and some of these considered being toxic.

Adverse Effects of Skin Bleaching

Fact is that skin bleaching can reduce wrinkles, dark spots and temporarily brighten skin complexion.

And the hair on the skin is bleached to match with skin colour.

However, the adverse effects are:

  • Dark grey spots
  • Acne breakout
  • Puffiness of under eye skin
  • Rashes
  • Cataracts
  • Skin become prone to infection
  • Skin becomes more sensitive
  • Promote ageing
  • Kidney and Liver damage due to a high level of mercury used in the preparations
  • Thinning of the skin
  • Skin Cancers
  • Birth defects of pregnant women

Some of these adverse effects could appear immediately.

And some are may arise after prolonged use of bleaches.

So, next time before you apply bleaches on skin thinks twice.

You can opt chemical peeling instead of bleach.

Chemical peels may be little expensive but safer choice and longer positive effects.