6 Acids For A Briter Hoo Haa

the bikini brite peel

Wait, what?

Yes, you read that correctly! The headline is 6 acids for a brighter Hoo Haa! It’s 2017 and we’re going to proudly talk about doing an acid peel on the vagina! The Hoo Haa, The bikini area, The “intimate” area.

Are you thinking….

“That’s crazy, it will burn, and it’s such a delicate area! And why do it?

If you’ve had a Brazilian….

Honestly, if you’ve had a Brazilian wax, compare that to a brow wax? Women put their Hoo Haa's through far more harsh experiences than a little glycolic acid. Let’s be real for a moment, estheticians and doctors apply acids to the faces of their patients every single day and the patients love the results.

Why ask why?

The routine daily maintenance that so many women do on their Hoo Haa can cause discoloration. The stress of regular shaving can leave dark patches. Many times in grown hairs can leave dark spots. Routine waxing can also stress the skin, causing areas of darker skin tone. This discoloration leaves women feeling uneasy. Intimate bleaching is a solution that many women are taking advantage of.

The 6 Acids

There are 6 acids that, when used in combination can help women have a Briter Hoo Haa. These are acids that Prana SpaCeuticals has combined in a multi-step treatment, called the Bikini Brite Peel that estheticians can use to on their clients to help them deal with discolorations in vaginal skin tone. ​

  1. Mandelic Acid Accelerate cell turnover by dissolving the tiny bonds that hold skin cells together, helping to remove dead skin on the surface of the skin that can lead to dull complexions.

  2. Lactic Acid Good remedy against fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of premature aging from sun damage.

  3. Glycolic Acid Good for improving the skin’s appearance and texture.

  4. Salicylic Acid Ideal to help accelerate cell turnover, bringing fresh new cells to the skin’s surface.

  5. Azelaic Acid An ideal skin-lightening alternative to Hydroquinone. Helps to reduce inflammation.

  6. Kojic Acid One of the skincare industry’s standard skin lightening acids.

The Bikini Brite Peel features Prana SpaCeuticals. It is a multi step treatment that, when done in a series of up to 3 treatments can help eliminate dark spots, dark patches and discoloration. The professional-only products include: Lactic Acid Peel, & Bikini Brite Peel, a cocktail of several acids. The treatment also includes several products that are available for professional use and home care:

Hoo Haa Cleanser A gentle intimate foam wash, designed to respect the delicate vaginal ecology, with a refreshing and effective cleansing action. Bikini Bottom Eliminate unsightly, embarrassing bumps and redness with natural anti-inflammatory whole plants.

Hoo Haa Brite Lotion Target unwanted discoloration without the use of hydroquinone. Hoo Haa Brite Lotion helps to eliminate P.I.H. - post inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Arnica Recovery Gel Arnica Recovery Gel accelerates wound healing, minimizes bruises and other traumatic injuries such as sprains and swelling.

Every time an esthetician does a bikini wax or a Brazilian wax, they have an opportunity to help their clients. Many women don’t know there are options available to help them manage dark spots, dark patches and large areas of discoloration; they simple just live with it. Many struggle with feeling sexy and confident. The Bikini Brite Peel is an easy and effective treatment to help these women.

If you want more information on Prana SpaCeuticals or the Bikini Brite Peel you can email us or call us at 866.589.2949

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