So you have some intimate areas of skin you want to lighten, but you’re not sure where to get the products to do it. No problem – I can help 🙂
Firstly, you want to be sure you are buying a product that is made for the use on those sensitive intimate areas. You can’t just use any old whitening cream and expect it to be OK for delicate use. And nobody wants skin irritation, rashes — or even burns — in places you are not going to forget about in a hurry, right?
So where should you buy then? There are two places I would recommend you use.
 Find a local salon or spa that offers intimate skin whitening services, and ask them if you can buy a cream to use at home. Some may say no – even though they do sell these creams anyway. Mainly because they want you to buy their more expensive treatment first. When you go for a salon treatment most places will sell you products to continue to use at home (for maintenance) anyway. So they do stock products – you just might have to ask a few before one says yes.
 Buy online. This is my preferred option. It saves on the embarassment of ‘that discussion’ about exactly what you want to use it for. Or worse still, the confused or freaked out look of ‘why would you want to do that…’! And there are good products available online anyway that can be shipped all over the world if need be. A lot of salons just use these products anyway, so it really is the best option in my opinion.
So in a nutshell, that’s it. Where should you buy intimate lightening creams? If you’re confident enough, then go to a salon or spa and buy the product they recommend. Or if you would prefer a bit more privacy, then just order online direct the manufacturers. Then you know you’re getting the real product, that it is fresh stock that has been stored properly – and you’ll pay a fair price for it.
An intimate lightening product is not really something to be bargain hunting on as ‘cheap’ can come back to bite you later (perhaps even quite literally in the butt!). So go for a well respected brand that specalises in making products specifically for this use. It’s just not worth the gamble to buy ‘something that might be OK’.