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Busted! Don’t Believe These Skin Whitening Myths!

Busted! Don’t Believe These Skin Whitening Myths!

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Everyone wants a clear and radiant complexion. For this reason, many opt for skin whitening treatment. Some, on the other hand, are a bit hesitant, and we can understand why. This is mainly due to the many misconceptions going around about skin whitening making it very difficult for one to discern fact from fiction.

However, the truth is that a lot of circulated information about skin lightening is nothing more than myths. To help you steer clear of these misconceptions, Laur Skin Solutions has debunked three skin whitening myths that you have probably heard of. Let’s get started!

Myth 1: Skin whitening treatments are the same as skin bleaching
Wrong! Skin bleaching is not at all like skin whitening. Bleaching treatments only aim to change the color of the skin and facial hair, whereas whitening treatments/products are far more advanced. Skin lightening is the process of repairing skin tone and restoring the original youthful glow. It is also less dangerous and more effective than bleaching.

Myth 2: Whitening treatments are only suitable for persons with dark skin
False! People of all races and ethnicities can use skin-lightening treatments to achieve a fairer or more even complexion. Skin whitening is not limited to those with darker skin tones. Persons with a lighter complexion also suffer from uneven skin tone. Therefore, some choose skin lightening treatments/products to help reduce blemishes or age spots on the skin. Skin whitening treatments also have anti-aging benefits, resulting in younger-looking skin.

Myth 3: Drinking more water results in skin whitening
Untrue! There is no evidence that drinking more or less water is helpful or harmful to your skin. Inadequate water consumption can lead to dehydration, which will obviously take a toll on your skin as well as the rest of your body. While drinking more water can be beneficial for other health conditions, water does not automatically get absorbed by your skin when you drink it (i.e., drinking excess water will not benefit your skin). You can drink ‘enough’ water to improve your body’s functions and make your skin healthy.

If you’re looking to steer clear of more myths like these, reach out to Laur Skin Solutions. We are a leading skincare brand in the USA that promotes healthy, youthful, blemish-free skin, restoring one’s confidence and love for their own skin regardless of gender or ethnicity. We provide face and body kits that not only brighten but also hydrate the skin, leaving skin flawless, supple, and radiant.

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