If you’re looking for vagina or anus lightening – Lakshma Maxxi is a decent pick. We were kind of bummed that it doesn’t say anything about the nipples, scrotum or penis though – those naughty bits need some lovin’ too!
Although we DID see that Lakshma Maxxi was free of hydroquinone or paraben, so it might be safe to use on all intimate areas. But at your own risk. The manufacturers do claim that this product works well to effectively lighten skin for people of all skin types and colors, so we’re always glad to see some equal-opportunity butt bleaching.
Quick bleachy breakdown – this product is sold in a 2 oz tube (so you can totally take your butt bleaching cream on the plane!) and priced at around 50 buck-a-roos. Although, we’re shattered there’s no buy-one-get-one-free offer available for this product like other products such as Amaira.
I guess once you’ve seen behind the affordable bleaching curtain then nothing is ever the same again. So, that’s a huge bummer when it comes to this product. You don’t get a free sample or a return policy to save you from spending money on something that doesn’t work for you.
Also, we believe that this product is no longer available online, there may be some local stores selling this cream still but that is for you guys to find for yourselves. We are just reviewing this product still because of the possibility that it might still be available in some remote places that isn’t covered by the internet.
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What is Lakshma Maxxi?
Lakshma Maxxi is designed for lightening the skin around the vagina and anus areas only. So if you’re looking for pretty pink nipples, check out another general lightening product like Amaira, or try this one out on your other-under-bits at your own risk.
This product uses ingredients made for sensitive skin, and does not contain the harsh and controversial chemical Hydroquinone. The instructions on the package say to rub a small amount of Lakshma Maxxi into the skin you want to lighten every single night before bed. They weren’t specific about how long it takes to see results, so you’ll have to figure that out for yourself which was kind of lame.
While we’re glad to see that you can get a cheap bleach for 50 bucks, since this is such a tiny 2 oz bottle, we’d really like to see a buy-one-get-one-free deal soon. For the meantime, if you want to get more bang for your buck, you’ll have to go with a product like Amaira which offers bulk discounts and pricing specials.
What are the Ingredients?
This product contains a lot of stuff we couldn’t pronounce, which isn’t ideal, but we did appreciate them listing the full ingredients:
- Caprilic Capric Triglyceride
- Deionized Water, Dimethicone
- Emulsifying Wax
- Propylene Glycol
- Dea Cetyl Phosphate
- Frankincense Essential Oil
- Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate
- Stearic Acid Tp
- Glycyrizha Glabra Root Extract
- Rosemary Essential Oil
- Peppermint Essential Oil
- Vitamin E
- Kojic Acid Dipalmitate
Our Review – Does Lakshma Maxxi Really Work?
The website says that this bleaching cream works in as little as 3-4 weeks, but what we saw when we tried it out is that it really differs from person to person. Our test subjects with paler skin saw results in about a week and those with darker skin saw very little change even after 3 weeks.
They say you should just keep using it until you get your desired skin color (which sounds kind of expensive with such a small bottle and no bulk discount). Our review? If you’re already a pale-skin then you’ll get some leeway with Lakshma Maxxi, but if you’ve got darker skin then you’re better off with a more intense product like Amaira.
One thing we did really like – Unlike a lot of other whitening creams out there (see more), this cream does not contain hydroquinone. We’re always happy to see a product using natural ingredients instead of harmful chemicals which can leave scarring or long-term damage.
One thing to keep in mind that this product is designed for vagina and buttholes only – so you’ll need to explore other options to get your perfect pink nipples or pale underarms. And boys – you’re out of luck with this one as the site doesn’t say anything about your snake and scrotum.
Give it a try! We’d love to hear your own personal review of Lakshma Maxxi.
Update – We couldn’t find anywhere to purchase Lakshma Maxxi after our first trial. It looks their website no longer exists either.
If you want to try a similar product and can’t find this one, check out our review of the top pick for the best bleaching cream, Amaira which is on sale until the end of February.