Intimate Whitening Guide: Bleaching or Lightening Groin, Nipples or Butt

Your Guide To Intimate Whitening

You do need to be careful when whitening delicate more intimate areas of your body. Your skin in those areas is more sensitive. So generally speaking you shouldn’t be using the same products that you would use elsewhere. There are dedicated products specially designed for this purpose.

That said, some lightening products are more gentle anyway and can be suitable for intimate use as well. You just need to know for sure before using it.

A Quick Note On ‘Right Or Wrong’

Most people reading this will already be perfectly happy with the idea of intimate area whitening. But some won’t. Let me just say however that like many decisions we all make in life this is a personal choice. Nobody should be allowed to tell you right or wrong on this. So just like our daily decisions on what we eat, what we wear or what do we in our spare time – some will approve and some won’t. It’s not your role in life to gain approval from others, you simply need to be happy in your own choices. That’s all that matters 🙂

Best Intimate Whitening Creams

#1
Amaira Intimate Lightening Serum
Amaira Intimate Lightening Serum
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  • Specially formulated for intimate lightening.
  • Dermatologist Recommended.
  • Made in USA.
  • Effective natural ingredients, no perfumes.
#2
Epibright Intimate
Epibright Bottle
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  • Specially designed for whitening intimate private areas.
  • Quality product made in the USA.
  • UPDATE: Buy 2 get 1 free.
  • 60 day money back guarantee.
#3
Pink Madison Whitening
Pink Madison Whitening Cream
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  • Available on Amazon.
  • Pretty darn cheap.
  • Not as effective as other products though.
  • General use lightener also suitable for intimate use.
Not Recommended
Honey Bare 'Butt Bleach'
Butt Bleach
  • Contains hydroquinone!
  • And other ingredients I wouldn't use.
  • Bit risky but does work though.
  • Name is a bit misleading (it's really just a general skin whitener).
Not Recommended
Lick & Luck 'Butt Bleach'
Lick and Luck Bleach
  • No ingredients listed - could be anything!
  • Discontinued/difficult to find.

OK, Let’s Get Specific

Now we all have lots of different terms for the ‘more private’ areas of our bodies. I will however try to use the most common terms, and aim to avoid offending anyone. For anyone who is very easily offended then this may not be the right place. Although it’s unlikely you will find any other guide to intimate whitening that treats the subject this delicately!

NOTE: This guide is specifically about private areas, if you were looking for a more general guide read how to whiten your skin.

What Intimate Areas Of The Body Can Be Lightened?

All of them is the short answer to this :-).

The most popular areas to whiten are the vaginal, pubic and anal areas. Although it’s also very common to want to lighten the nipple and surrounding area. And some men do also use products to lighten their penis and groin/butt area in general too.

Inner thighs are also a concern with many women as this area can be significantly darker in some women, as well as the underarms or armpits.

How To Approach This

Firstly, please be just a little patient. We all want fast results. But I want you to get good results safely.

So do not rush ahead and liberally start slathering creams everywhere all at once! Take some time to read the instructions of the lightening product you have chosen. Don’t use it more often than they recommend. And don’t apply more than they recommend thinking it will work faster – it won’t, you’ll just end up having to wipe off the excess because your skin can’t absorb it anyway.

I would also recommend doing a ‘patch test’. Intimate areas have more delicate skin, so it’s wise to see how your skin reacts to a product before going big scale! So just apply to a very small area for the first few days. If you don’t get any bad reactions then you can continue over the larger area.

If do get a reaction then that product is not for you – be thankful you didn’t apply it everywhere! Obviously stop using that cream immediately, and any rash or inflammation should go away (but see a doctor if in any doubt). It doesn’t mean you have to give up on whitening that area of skin though – you may have no problem at all with a different product, or a milder one.

Tips For Getting Better Results

To be effective whitening lotions need to be absorbed into your skin. That’s partly in the design of the lotion but you can definitely help it along.

Before you apply it, wash the area you are treating. This helps remove excess oils on your skin that are there to make your skin more waterproof – and therefore resist absorbing anything. For the same reason, don’t moisturize when applying a whitening product!

It can also help to gently (and I do mean gently!) exfoliate the area to help remove older dead cells on the surface of the skin. This can also help get the cream into your skin.

Why Can’t I Use Any General Whitener?

You may be able to, but you need to check first.

Whitening products come in many forms, with many different active ingredients. It’s also impossible to tell how much of an active ingredient has been used in that formula. So you won’t know how strong the product is overall.

You don’t want unpleasant skin rashes or burns particular on your sensitive parts. So please be careful.

What About ‘Home Remedies’?

Be very careful of people recommending natural whitening remedies. This is for the very same reason I recommend only using products specifically designed as a whitening cream for sensitive areas.

I regularly see products like lemon juice, baking soda and vinegar being recommended to lighten skin color. This is not necessarily a good idea.

Here’s why…

Lemon juice has a pH of 2 which makes it a ‘strong acid’. The same strength as the digestive acids in your stomach, and almost as strong as battery acid!

Now I know if someone online recommended applying battery acid to your vagina or penis to lighten it, you would not be tempted to try it. Yes, lemon juice is ‘natural’ – and very useful in the kitchen. But that doesn’t make it safe to start applying it to your private parts!

Nipple Bleaching

Whilst the term bleaching is often used, we’re talking about the same thing here – nipple lightening cream. We’re NOT talking about using domestic bleach on your skin – never do that! Bleaching nipples may apply to just the dark area around the nipple (i.e. the areole), to the nipple itself or the whole area. The same lightening products for delicate areas apply, you don’t need anything special for this specific area.

Genital Bleaching

I’ll say it once more – please be careful if you want to lighten your groin, bikini area or inner thighs. Use a whitening cream designed for the purpose, and stick to the instructions. The same creams can be used for vaginal lightening, whitening labia, penis bleaching or bleaching your scrotum. There’s no real need for ‘his and hers’ groin products here. Whether it’s referred to as scrotum bleaching cream or vaginal lightening cream, it’s the same thing just in different packaging whether you buy the pink bottle or the black one 🙂

Butt Whitening

Whether you call it a bum, butt or anus this is probably the most controversial area for whitening. But anal bleaching creams exist for a reason. There are a lot of people, men and women, who have dark skin in this area, and would prefer that it was lighter. For some it’s purely for their own benefit, whilst others prefer a whiter appearance for their partners. To safely lighten the anus use the right products, and follow the directions.