What are the common areas treated with the bryght system ?

Face, underarms, knees, elbows, inner thighs, derriere/bum cheeks and intimate areas like the nipples, anal region, or labia. 

What are some common types of hyperpigmentation treated with bryght?

Most hyperpigmentation that has occurred over time can be treated with bryght. melasma, chloasma, age spots, sunburns, stretch marks, acne, redness, irritation, scars and post inflammatory hyperpigmentation are just some of the types of hyperpigmentation that can be brightened by bryght

Do i have to wax or shave before a lyghtening treatment?

It is highly advised to remove the hair prior to treatment, an open follicle will allow for deeper product absorption to see better results.


How are skin bryghtening results obtained?

There are two ways to achieve brightening. 

For best results have the 4 step in spa professional treatment 1-2 times per week until desired results are achieved, then maintain the results at home by using the bryghtenup duo kit twice a day. 

You can also use our bryghtenup duo kit at home to achieve brightening results or to maintain your results between professional services. 

How long until the results are seen?

Usually 1-3 shades lighter after the first professional treatment, but everyone is different. it is a natural product so you may need to allocate for time and commitment. Results usually shown 4-8 weeks of using the duo kit

results at home will vary. Most people will notice significant changes with continued use. 

How light will the area become with regular use?

The all-natural formula will safely lighten the skin to a more even skin tone. You will not achieve any hypopigmentation, where the skin becomes lighter than the baseline skin color.

Are there any contra-indications to using to bryght?

Pregnancy and breastfeeding – only since the results will not last while the hormones are heightened and cause more hyperpigmentation. for best results, use after pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Using bryght in conjunction with hydroquinone, kojic acid or any other harsh chemical that have the ability to strip or over-lighten the skin.