Hands Polish with Bleach
The skin on your hand gets dark with sun exposure and pollution. It adds up over a period of time to make your hand complexion look different from your face or body. Hand polish with bleach is the perfect way to lighten your hands’ skin color.
Bleaching cream gradually lightens your skin tone. It minimizes the suntan and skin darkening. It is also a perfect way for skin nourishment.
People with thin hair growth and who want to escape the pain of waxing can also opt for hand polishing with bleach. It lightens your hair colour, matching it to your skin tone. It moisturizes the skin, lightens the skin tone, removes dead skin, reduces tanning and is a very affordable option.
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Avoid using the bleach on the same day as your event, as it may cause minor redness. If you are bleaching for the first time, ask the beautician to do the patch test and try with mild herbal bleach made for sensitive skin and then progress to stronger ones as your skin gets accustomed to it. Wash the area with cold water before bleach.
Do not use hot/warm water as it opens up the pores and bleach me get into the pores increasing sensitivity. You can also use ice before starting to close the pores and tone the skin. Do not bleach immediately after using peels, scrubs or exfoliators. Do not apply bleach on the irritated or chapped skin. Do not use anything but water on the bleached area for at least 6-8 hours.
Do not bleach after waxing.