All About Anal Whitening (“Anal Bleaching”) Part 1
As celebrities like the Kardashians have brought the “buttocks” out of the shadows and into the mainstream discussion, more and more women (and men) are becoming conscious of the appearance of their behind! But maintaining a sexy tush can be problematic for those who suffer from skin darkening (pigmentation) around the anus.
Fortunately, new, state-of-the-art medical spa anal whitening treatments can remedy this concern! In this article board certified OB/GYN Doctor Hetal Gor explains everything you need to know about anal whitening (sometimes called anal bleaching).
What is Anal Whitening
Anal whitening (anal bleaching) is the process by which the color of the skin surrounding the anus is lightened. Originally developed for cosmetic reasons, the goal of anal bleaching is to match the skin of the anus to the rest of your “bikini area”.
Anal bleaching has seen a surge of popularity in recent years. After celebrities such as Kourtney Kardashian came clean about undergoing the procedure, anal bleaching has begun to climb the ranks of sought-after cosmetic procedures.
According to a recent study conducted by a top clinic offering the service, the number of women requesting anal bleaching has increased by 23 percent – with many of them citing the desire to resemble adult film stars as their main motivator in undergoing the anal whitening process.
If you’re concerned that the skin around your anal region no longer matches the rest of your backside, help regain your confidence with anal whitening!
Who Gets Anal Whitening
Women who frequently wear G-strings, or who sunbathe often, may experience heightened concern surrounding the appearance of their anal area. Gay men may also have concerns about the appearance of their anal region.
And, many brides often opt to undergo anal whitening prior to their wedding night for an extra-special attractiveness boost.
Additionally, men and women of certain ethnicities that are genetically prone to darker skin may also experience greater pigmentation (darkening) around the anus.
But anal whitening isn’t just for newlyweds, sunbathers, and adult performers: women of all walks of life feel more comfortable and confident knowing everything appears clean as a whistle back there.
Some women (and men) undergo regular anal bleaching, while others opt for the more permanent solution of one-time anal laser whitening. Whether it becomes a regular part of one’s hygiene routine or as a one-time tune up, anal whitening leaves you feeling fresher, as well as more confident in the bedroom.
What Causes Anal Darkening
As anal darkening is typically hormonal, pregnant women, women who have gone through menopause, or women who undergo any other major hormonal changes may experience a darkened anus.
Some people are also simply prone genetically to more pigmentation around the anus – including some men and women with darker skin tones.
Taking poor care of the skin also can result in an increase of melanin, which results in darkening of the skin. Additionally, wearing tight underwear or thongs has even been demonstrated to result in anal darkening.
Some women, however, may just have darker skin surrounding their anus for no particularly identifiable reason.
Whatever the cause, a darkened anus can look unclean and unattractive. If you have become uncomfortable with the skin tone of your nether region, anal whitening may just be the answer you’re looking for.
While anal whitening is obviously a very private and intimate practice, we take great care to ensure the comfort of our patients. At our Englewood, NJ spa, we promise a discrete and comfortable experience for all of our anal whitening patients many of whom either returned to us after undergoing another procedure or come back to us for a new procedure afterwards, with no stigma or awkwardness whatsoever!
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