• Thoughts on Pink Daisy Intimate Bleaching Cream

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    Dirty Red Angel [sign in to see picture]
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    Hey all,

    Just a question -

    I'm thinking about purchasing some of this for a few problem areas I have.

    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=15903

    If I do it, I'm doing it for me (as opposed to someone saying something to me, and me feeling self-conscious).

    But part of me cannot help but wonder how using a bleaching cream is good for your skin.

    Anyone used anything similar or have any thoughs on this?

    Cheers x

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    muchkin [sign in to see picture]
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    I have never used anything like this, and i dont know much about them, but it will be good to here other views and reviews about this sort of product

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    Alicia D'amore [sign in to see picture]
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    I wouldn't trust anything with "bleach" in the title and no ingredients list on the page.

    Sure hydrogen peroxide (that's what bleach *usually* is) is "natural"....doesn't stop you burning your skin on it though. Dog shit is natural, it can still make your children go blind.

    Adx

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    Nothing with the word bleaching in its name is going anywhere near my intimate bits regardless of how natural the ingredients are.

    xGGx

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    Dirty Red Angel [sign in to see picture]
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    Yeah, that's kind of what I thought hence my reason for questioning it.

    And Ad - nice comparison!

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    Here is the official site:

    http://www.my-pinkdaisy.com/about.asp

    As a general rule I won't touch stuff that isn't licensed when most other things in that category would be (medicines, remedies etc...). I also don't really trust things that claim to be all natural, it's mostly a bullshit word that means boring and ineffective or it's simply dangerous and committing the naturalistic fallacy.

    The list of ingredients seem about as harmless as throwing a chicken korma on your bits, so I suspect it's just a bit rubbish.

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    "Purified distillate water, capric triglyceride (from coconut), emulsifying wax (plant source), stearic acid (plant source), niacinamide (vitamin B3), ascorbic acid (vitamin C), licorice root extract, magnesium sulfate, sorbitol, n-acetyl glucosamine, borago officinalis (borage) seed oil, soy protien, olive squalene oil, glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice) root extract, arctostaphylos (uva ursi) leaf extract, aloe barbadensis leaf extract, phenoxyethanol, caprylyl glycol (plant source), palmitic acid, potassium sorbate (plant source), sodium hyaluronate (hyaluronic acid), coenzyme Q10, siricol, croda kombuchaka extract, punica granatum seed oil, rosa affinis rubiginosa (rose hip) seed oil, alpha- d-tocopherol acetate (vitamin E), lycopene, tocotrienols, astaxanthin, lutien, capsaicin extract, alpha lopoic acid, ascorbyl palmitate, citric acid."

    I suspect you'll be smoother anyhows!

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    WandA wrote:

    Here is the official site:

    http://www.my-pinkdaisy.com/about.asp

    As a general rule I won't touch stuff that isn't licensed when most other things in that category would be (medicines, remedies etc...). I also don't really trust things that claim to be all natural, it's mostly a bullshit word that means boring and ineffective or it's simply dangerous and committing the naturalistic fallacy.

    The list of ingredients seem about as harmless as throwing a chicken korma on your bits, so I suspect it's just a bit rubbish.

    Not something i would recommend ......... but no I haven't tried it !

    xGGx

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    ghostgirl wrote:

    WandA wrote:

    Here is the official site:

    http://www.my-pinkdaisy.com/about.asp

    As a general rule I won't touch stuff that isn't licensed when most other things in that category would be (medicines, remedies etc...). I also don't really trust things that claim to be all natural, it's mostly a bullshit word that means boring and ineffective or it's simply dangerous and committing the naturalistic fallacy.

    The list of ingredients seem about as harmless as throwing a chicken korma on your bits, so I suspect it's just a bit rubbish.

    Not something i would recommend ......... but no I haven't tried it !

    xGGx

    I did intentionally choose a milder dish to be fair.

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    WandA wrote:

    ghostgirl wrote:

    WandA wrote:

    Here is the official site:

    http://www.my-pinkdaisy.com/about.asp

    As a general rule I won't touch stuff that isn't licensed when most other things in that category would be (medicines, remedies etc...). I also don't really trust things that claim to be all natural, it's mostly a bullshit word that means boring and ineffective or it's simply dangerous and committing the naturalistic fallacy.

    The list of ingredients seem about as harmless as throwing a chicken korma on your bits, so I suspect it's just a bit rubbish.

    Not something i would recommend ......... but no I haven't tried it !

    xGGx

    I did intentionally choose a milder dish to be fair.

    Sure madras would work just as well hey

    lol

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    WandA wrote:

    "Purified distillate water, capric triglyceride (from coconut), emulsifying wax (plant source), stearic acid (plant source), niacinamide (vitamin B3), ascorbic acid (vitamin C), licorice root extract, magnesium sulfate, sorbitol, n-acetyl glucosamine, borago officinalis (borage) seed oil, soy protien, olive squalene oil, glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice) root extract, arctostaphylos (uva ursi) leaf extract, aloe barbadensis leaf extract, phenoxyethanol, caprylyl glycol (plant source), palmitic acid, potassium sorbate (plant source), sodium hyaluronate (hyaluronic acid), coenzyme Q10, siricol, croda kombuchaka extract, punica granatum seed oil, rosa affinis rubiginosa (rose hip) seed oil, alpha- d-tocopherol acetate (vitamin E), lycopene, tocotrienols, astaxanthin, lutien, capsaicin extract, alpha lopoic acid, ascorbyl palmitate, citric acid."

    I suspect you'll be smoother anyhows!

    Ha - is this so it "feels" like it's working? Capsaicin is the "painy" bit in chilli. But there's so little (being 5th from last in a very long list there's basically none there) that that's even pointless.

    I wouldn't bother.

    Adx

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    Have a feeling that unless Alice finds someone brave enough to try it and post a review this could bomb

    xGGx

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    OK, I'll take one for the team. What do I do with it?

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    products like this are usually described as anal bleaches and this is what ive found about them online:

    http://gaylife.about.com/od/healthfitness/a/analbleaching.htm

    http://ezinearticles.com/?Anal-Bleaching-Kits---Is-At-Home-Anal-Bleaching-Safe?&id=2418971

    http://www.articlesbase.com/medicine-articles/anal-bleach-and-vaginal-bleach-creams-5-tips-for-applying-intimate-area-bleaching-products-1934433.html

    other than that I can't really help you. Some salons do it professionally so it might be worth researching what's available in your area and checking prices.

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    Unless you're planning on appearing in porn I don't really see the point - the skin around the genitals is meant to be pigmented. Actually nevermind, even if you ARE appearing in porn I don't see the point - 14 months in the sex industry and I've never felt the need to change the colour of my bits :P

    I'd be very wary of any kind of skin bleaching treatment - I did a year at beauty college and one of the things we studied were skin bleaching creams used by black and other non-white people to try to lighten their skin (which I find really upsetting, that culture dictates that you have to look 'more white' to be seen as attractive :( I think a lot of darker skinned people look absolutely stunning the way they are). Apparently they can cause uneven skintone, scarring and in some cases extreme darkening of the skin - which is the last thing you want! I don't know how much those products have in common with anal bleach (I would imagine there's a vast difference in strength) but I would seriously investigate possible side effects before using :/

    That said an 'all natural' product probably does a whole lot of not much, so it's probably safe (although a waste of your hard earned cash :P).

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