Skin Lightening/Bleaching/Whitening

With the increased options for various skin whitening treatments available globally, it has become easier than ever to restore the lost glow and skin tone. From laser treatments to bleaching, there are different ways to lighten your skin.

Skin lightening treatment aims at reducing the excessive melanin content in your skin. Since accumulation of melanin is responsible for your dark spots, uneven tone etc. a reduction in it gives you a lighter complexion. A skin lightening treatment can help treat melasma, sun damage, freckles and other types of marks..

Different kinds of treatments can be done to achieve skin lightening. According to your needs, you can go with a skin lightening procedure on a specified body part or a face lightening treatment. Some of the most common skin lightening treatments are as follows –

  • Skin Lightening Injections: Skin whitening injections use glutathione, a skin lightening agent. This stops the production of an enzyme called tyrosinase, which is involved in making melanin in the body. As per popular belief, these injections can detoxify the body, protect the skin from harmful UV rays and promote fair skin tone. 
  • Skin Lightening Products: You can find a wide range of chemical and lightening products in the market. Most of these products have materials like azelaic acid, arbutin, retinol, hydroquinone, glycolic acid, lactic acid and kojic acid, etc. but we have provided you with a number of safe and perfect products to choose from to lighten your skin safely without side effects.
  • Arbutin: Arbutin is a popular ingredient in many skin lightening products and anti-pigmentation solutions. It is extremely beneficial to reduce freckles, stretch marks, lighten the colour of the skin as well as aging spots.


Hyper-pigmentation is a medical term to describe dark patches on the skin and uneven skin tone. These patches are the result of excess melanin production and is usually a harmless condition. This condition usually exists when there is an excess of melanin, causing the formation of deposits in the skin. Hyper-pigmentation can affect people at all ages and any skin type. However, some forms of Hyper-pigmentation are more prone to affect sun exposed areas of the body like the face, arms and legs. Other forms can affect any area of the body where the person had inflammation or injury.


  • Sunspots – These are from frequent sun exposure and ageing that makes skin appear uneven. These spots are mostly seen on sun exposed areas like the Face, Arms and Legs. They tend to be small, darkened patches of skin.
  • Melasma – Dark patches related to changes in hormone levels but largely related to sun exposure. These patches are known for showing on the face. Pregnancy, or woman that take birth control pills are more likely to develop this type of pigmentation, as they often trigger an excess amount of melanin.
  • Post-inflammatory Hyperpigmentation – Dark spots left by injury (cuts and burns) or any inflammatory skin condition for example acne and lupus. 


What Are Stretch Marks? Stretch marks or striae, are white or pink coloured linear scars that develop on the skin when it gets stretched beyond its normal elasticity, causing the supportive collagen and elastin beneath to rupture. The consequent healing process results in the appearance of stretch marks. Stretch marks commonly form on the shoulders, abdomen, calves, hips and thighs. They might reduce gradually, but do not disappear completely.

Here are some common reasons for stretch marks on body:

  • Obesity – Approximately 43% of people experience them due to rapid weight gain.Weight gain stretches the skin, resulting in the rupture of underlying dermal tissue, giving way to unsightly stretch marks.
  • Pregnancy – Pregnancy is found to be the most common cause as nearly 43-88% pregnant women are found to have stretch marks.The weight gain during pregnancy causes massive stretching and itchy stretch marks, majorly on the abdomen. Research suggests that younger mothers are more susceptible to pregnancy-related stretch marks than older mothers. ETC
glutathione injection


A course of infusions generate long-lasting skin lightening results and simulate skin cell regeneration. Regular injections speed up skin cell turnover and generate permanent and long-lasting skin lightening results. All Glutathione injections are carried out by our IV/IM specialists, who have specialised training in ethnic dermatology.

HOW DOES GLUTATHIONE INJECTIONS WORK?Glutathione works by inhibiting the production of tyrosine, the enzyme which is responsible for the production of melanin (pigment) in our skin. Aside from cosmetically lightening the skin, glutathione is a natural antioxidant which cleanses the liver and eliminates scavenging free radicals that contribute to a number of degenerative medical conditions. Additionally, skin lightening with glutathione injections treats a number of dermatological conditions that are most prevalent in darker skin types. Oily skin, enlarged pores and hyperpigmentation can all be addressed with a professional course of treatments.

INGREDIENTS AND DOSAGE Our glutathione injections are combined with vitamin C, a natural lightening agent, as well as alpha lipoic acid. Your expert IV/IM practitioner will advise you regarding the number of treatments needed and adjust the dosage and/or ratios accordingly, depending on your skin’s condition, skin type and personal goals. In order to lighten the skin, a full course of two bi-month treatments are recommended, although it is possible to undergo one session per month for 2months. Results are dependent on skin type, ethnic background and other factors. Maintenance treatments may be required and are available to clients who’ve completed at least one course of the four treatments. BENEFITS skin lightening with Glutathione is the ideal treatment choice for the following purposes: • Cosmetic skin lightening; • Skin discolouration and acne scarring; • Enlarged pores; • Uneven skin tone; • Various forms of hyperpigmentation, including melasma and significant UV damage in fairer skin types



  • Sun DamageA common source of dark spots is excessive sun exposure, this is found in roughly 90% of people over 60 but is also common in younger adults too. It is where the skin produces extra melanin as a protection against harmful UV rays.
  • MelasmaThis is caused by hormone imbalances and can be triggered during pregnancy, menopause or when using birth control etc. 
  • Post-inflammatory Hyperpigmentation This is caused when the skin has undergone a form of trauma i.e. acne scars, burns or psoriasis. This is particularly prevalent as we get older, as our skin cells do not reproduce as quickly, these are sometimes referred to as age spots.


Are you tired of dark skin patches on your knees and elbows? Dark patches can technically appear on any part of our body and the skin on our knees and elbows is much more vulnerable due to the lack of care and attention these areas generally get. In some cases, discoloration is totally avoidable, but in other cases it’s not. In this blog, we’ll explore the common reasons for skin discoloration, as well as ways you can avoid it.

 Common Reasons for Dark Knees and Elbows

 Extra amount of friction – Friction activates the creation of melanin (dark color) in the skin as a way to protect the area. Any time your knees and elbows rub against something hard and rough, your skin will become harder and darker.
Sunlight – Sunlight will darken spots greatly if not properly accounted for and can even darken pre-existing spots.



Melasma, also known as chloasma, is a form of hyperpigmentation that appears on the face, especially on the cheeks, bridge of the nose, forehead and upper lip and sometimes on other sun-exposed parts of the body, such as the forearms. Men can experience melasma, but it is much more common in women.

Melanin is the pigment that defines the color of a person’s skin, and melasma is caused by an increase in melanin production. This increase is thought to be triggered by changes in hormone levels, especially those caused by pregnancy and oral contraceptives, as well as by the sun. 

Melasma is not in any way harmful but can cause distress when it is very noticeable.

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