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Doctor insights on: Natural Face Bleach

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What do I do if i get bleach on my face?

What do I do if i get bleach on my face?

Wash it off : Right away and consider going to the er if there is a skin or other contact injury or calling poison control if you ingested any. ...Read more

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How can I bleach my teeth naturally?

How can I bleach my teeth naturally?

No real way...: .. If there were, there would be no need for all of the products at your drugstore or the professionally applied and dispensed gels at your dentist. Brushing and flossing will keep them clean but not whiten them. ...Read more

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How can I naturally bleach my teeth?

How can I naturally bleach my teeth?

You can not.: There is no "natural" bleaching agent that I am aware of. The most common bleaching agent is carbamide peroxide used in professionally dispensed bleaching systems. See your dentist for options. ...Read more

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Are their any effective whitening (or bleaching) creams i could use, specifically for my face?

RetinA/HQ/steroid/KA: There are many combinations of "peel and bleach" creams that contain various mixtures or combinations of retin a, (tretinoin) hydroquinone, triamcinolone or other steroids, kojic acid, as well as many other agents such as licorice root or bilberry extracts. It is important to protect the skin with sun block during this period, . ...Read more

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Treatments for cream bleaching burns in the face?

Wound care: Any skin irritation or inflammation resulting from contact with a specific chemical deserves close monitor. It is important to remove the offending agent and avoid further contact. First aid measures including skin cleansing and hydration, with or without ointment is usually helpful. If worse, or no improvement, seek medical attention. Expect possible discoloration for a period of time. ...Read more

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Is there a way to naturally bleach/whiten teeth?

Is there a way to naturally bleach/whiten teeth?

Dental cleaning: This is where to start. After cleaning, you can go over w your dentist the technique, either in office , at home or both, to get the desired shade. ...Read more

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