It isn’t really a natural thing to do to whiten your skin, but it can be done using all natural ingredients. When you get right down to it, everything comes from nature, and if it didn’t, it would be super-natural.
I’m writing this post to promote this page on natural skin whitening on the main site. It talks about the best way to use the natural products sold on the site to bleach or whiten your skin in a safe and effective way.
That page still needs a bit of work, and I’m only linking to that one because I’ve already made many links to the home page of the site.
Basically, you should follow that link, but then make your way to the home page of the site, or take a look at the sidebar, and click on the photo link at the top, and that will take you straight to the home page of the site.
You can also click on the email link, and that will take you directly to an email on your main mail account, probably Gmail if you have that, with a letter partially written out for you with a subject, addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can ask the experts at the site whatever you want, like include some information about who you are, what type of skin you have, and why you want to whiten your skin.
Include a photo of yourself, and the area where you have a problem, or if it’s your whole skin color, a photo that shows what sort of skin tone you have all over.
Many people who use this type of natural skin whitening cream use it because they have blemishes on their skin such as freckles, age spots, liver spots, birthmarks, or something a bit more serious like hypo-pigmentation or hyper-pigmentation.
Other people simply use a skin whitening product because they have cultural reasons for wanting to appear whiter.
Often in high profile jobs such as being a television presenter or pop star, agents and producers in the show business industry will recommend that dark skinned people dye their skin white.
This is even more of a cultural thing in certain Asian countries, as it is a status symbol to have lighter skin in countries like China and India.
Resources For Skin Whitening
Whatever the reason you want to lighten your skin, you want to make sure that you do it properly, so here are some authority resources from medical journals and news sites:
The Topical Use Of Hydroquinone For Depigmentation (source: Journal of the American Medical Association).
On The Etiology Of Vitiligo And Grey Hair (source: The American Journal Of Medicine).
Liver Spots (source: Medline Plus).
Creams Offering Lighter Skin May Bring Risks (source: New York Times).