Gone are the days when vaginal bleaching was only reserved for certain people. Now every woman can enjoy the perks of having a lighter skin around their vagina. Vaginal bleaching has become part of the mainstream popular culture, and now regular women everywhere are thinking about sprucing up their vagina. We talk to Dr Judey the co-founder of BioMedical Emporium about her Genital Complexion Correction products
Tell me about your Genital Complexion Correction products
Looking and feeling our best doesn't have to be limited to the places that everyone sees –which is why vaginal and anal brightening has become part of the mainstream popular culture. Skin brighteners are widely used to make the skin fairer. The rationale behind skin brightening actives are to diminish age spots, reduce excessive pigmentation and prevent overall skin discolouration. Anal and vaginal skin discolouration is mostly associated with post inflammatory pigmentation, as the pigmentation occurs due to a history of distress proceeding the appearance of the skin, such as waxing, maceration, infections associated with the anal and genital areas, and even, but perhaps to a lesser extent, the exposure to ultraviolet rays.
Since Genital is a very sensitive area, how safe are these products to use?
As you are dealing with mucous membranes at both the vaginal and anal areas much more gentle ingredients have been subsequently developed for cosmetic purposes, and does not contain any colourants, dyes, fragrances or parabens. Additionally, these ingredients can be innovatively formulated within an encapsulated delivery system, which will reduce any form of side effects while gently providing a natural-even toned skin. Lastly, it’s essential for these gentle active ingredients to be used at fairly-low concentrations, as it this will ensure the safe cosmetic application for the consumer to use at least twice daily.
Your products cater for whom?
Skin brightening is an ancient and well documented practice that can be traced back to the 16th century in Asian countries, including India, China, Japan and Korea, and is mostly associated within the beauty industry. It is done for multiple reasons, ranging from aesthetic, psychological, and sociological, political and even economic motivations. Certain ingredients available on the market to brighten the skin fulfill a multiple function, as it’s not only limited to skin brightening, but also to facilitate general skin health - which inherently broadens the scope of use.
With the genital complexion correction products growing within the medical industry. What sets yours apart? Why would you recommend someone to try your products?
The vaginal and anal brightening can also be used on other areas such as around the nipples and areolas. Many aesthetic practitioners recommend these mild brightening products such as the Biomedical Emporium Complexion Vaginal and Anal Enhancers - as well as the Vaginal Douche - as good pre-and post-care option for professional procedures such as waxing, laser treatments, vaginal tightening and even labiaplasty.
Why pigmentation occurs?
Anal and vaginal skin discolouration is mostly associated with post inflammatory pigmentation, as the pigmentation occurs due to a history of distress proceeding the appearance of the skin, such as waxing, maceration, infections associated with the anal and genital areas, and even, but perhaps to a lesser extent, the exposure to ultraviolet rays.
How long does it take to see the results?
Results can be expected with the first 7 days of use.