Biofade is a bleaching cream on the market that claims to lighten the darker skin around your sensitive bits, such as:
While the Biofade manufacturers don’t mention anything about a dude’s penis or scrotum, the ingredients seem pretty safe to use on most intimate areas. The bottle says that the cream is free of hydroquinone and mercury, and they claim that the product is made with natural ingredients and has been clinically proven.
There are some big things that we want to point out on our Biofade review. According to the Biofade manufacturer, you should apply the cream directly to the area you want to lighten two times per day. They guarantee you’ll get great results, but don’t really specify what that means. While we like the versatility of this product, our biggest concern is that the manufacturer doesn’t give a full list of ingredients on their website, which seems a bit shady.
The product is reasonably priced at $60 online, but we were bummed that there wasn’t a buy 2, get 1 free deal which is offered with a lot of bleaching products. What can we say? We’re sticklers for value.
How Does BioFade Work?
This Biofade cream is designed to decrease dark pigment in intimate areas, such as the vagina, nipples, anus, butt, and underarms. This works by hindering your body’s production of melanin, so when you clean off dead skin cells, the new cells that form are lighter in color.
If you’re looking for an all-natural product, BioFade claims they use ingredients without harmful chemicals. The manufacturers say the ingredients are perfect for sensitive skin – since it’s free of hydroquinone or mercury – but we couldn’t find a full ingredient list online. So, based on our Biofade review, it definitely does work over time but we are unsure about how safe it is. We wouldn’t suggest this product to you guys because of us being unsure about how safe it is, so we recommend using Amaira Intimate Lightening Serum over Biofade. It’s guaranteed safe product that works well for anyone but if you are persistent on using Biofade then you can keep reading on to find how to use it properly.
Here’s how the Biofade manufacturers recommend using this cream:
- Apply the cream directly on your darker skin two times per day.
- Make sure the cream is fully absorbed into your skin and leave on for at least 10 minutes
- After the cream is fully absorbed, use a warm cloth to gently wash it off.
- Continue to do this twice per day until you achieve your desired results.
The manufacturer website did says that results would vary depending on your skin color and skin type. Before you use this product – we highly recommend doing a small test patch on a tiny area of your skin, and leave it on overnight. Then you can keep an eye on how your skin reacts before putting it on your naughty bits. This process is also highly recommended for other products as these creams can be too much for some sensitive skins so we suggest that you give it a shot first on a spot on your body that no will notice.
We thought it was a bit weird that they didn’t list all of their ingredients online – what are these sheisters trying to hide!? Since we only recommend safe and effective products to our readers, we can’t give this our full approval, but we did try it out so we could report the results.
BioFade Warnings & Side Effects:
One thing we didn’t like was that the manufacturer has a big warning that you shouldn’t combine BioFade with any other cream. They also said not to use the product while pregnant. For a product that claims to use all-natural ingredients, we thought this was a bit weird.
We were also kind of wary of their claims because, while they “guarantee results” – they don’t say what those results are. Instead they just tell you to keep using the product until your desired expectations are achieved. This was kind of vague, which isn’t something we want to see when putting something on our nether-regions.
The label on the bottle says to follow the instructions carefully, but the results will vary from person to person because everyone’s body is different. They also said to test a small area if you don’t know how your skin will react, and that you need to use tons of sunscreen on the areas you’re treating (duh! You’re trying to make the skin LIGHTER, not tanner).
While we can’t give you our full seal of approval on this product since we don’t know all the ingredients, if you DO try BioFade, then please talk to your dermatologist before putting it on your sensitive areas. There could be some ingredients they’re not disclosing which might potentially damage your skin, or cause an allergic reaction.
The Verdict – Should You Use It?
While Biofade claims to lighten intimate areas such as the vagina, anus, underarms, as well as areolas, we’re not sold because of their lack of transparency. Anytime a manufacturer hides information about the full list of ingredients, it gives us cause to pause. Glad that we have reviewed this product, to be able to share with you guys this information is critical for a purchase of this magnitude.
Instead, we’ll stick with our #1 choice, Amaira, because it’s proven to work and definitely has all-natural ingredients which won’t cause skin damage or allergic reactions. So the verdict? Sorry Biofade, but you don’t even come close to our top pick. On to the next review!