Esthetics by P Brown can help clean up all of your bikini area concerns.
This question was a DM in my social media, I’m sharing it so all my (lady) clients know, yes, we can help brighten your bikini area.
Porsche, I need to get rid of this hyperpigmentation around my bikini area, I’m headed to Jamaica to renew my wedding vows in June, what can I do?
Believe me, I understand your dilemma, we definitely can help you and we can do it soon so you can check that off your list. Vaginal hyperpigmentation is common and it can develop from a lot of reasons including hormonal changes.
You can get a body peel where we’ll lay low-grade acids, like a pumpkin enzyme acid, or I’ve done a hibiscus acid or an apple wine acid, something that is gentle enough to peel your intimate area but strong enough to lift up the hyperpigmentation.
No Intimate Relations For 3 Days
If we do a vaginal peel, you will want to wait until three days after the peel to have relations as my grandmother would say. The reasoning is because you’ll be shedding and there’ll be nothing sexy about it. Now, once you’ve passed the 72-hour mark, your bikini area will look so good you’ll be wanting to show it off (not suggesting it, just saying).
Pumpkin Is Perfect for the Bikini Area
Pumpkin is the perfect enzyme to use on the bikini area, because it contains Glyolic Acid. Glycolic Acid is a water-soluble alpha hydroxy acid (AHA), it has the smallest molecules and is why it’s able to easily penetrate the skin. Glycolic Acid comes from a natural derivative such as Aloe or Pumpkin. The pumpkin is also loaded with vitamins and antioxidants, it naturally exfoliates dead skin cells. Pumpkin will give you a flawless glow, even skin, and reduce ingrown hairs.
So if you’re in need of a vaginal peel or have noticed hyperpigmentation below, let us help you. Also, if you have any questions about hyperpigmentation, chemical peels, or any skincare questions in general, please feel free to call us at (615) 884 – 6744 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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