Facial bleach is usually done in order to hide the unwanted facial hair or in the process of making the skin more fairer. So is it really safe for long term use. In order to understand this we need to see what it actually contains. It contains hydrogen peroxide, sodium and potassium hypochlorite which when used for a long time can make your skin more prone for pigmentation. Facial bleaching does not make your skin after. It just maintains it the same way. It can lead to premature aging of the skin, in turn makes your skin dark, dull and damaged. Facial bleaching can also cause severe allergic reactions and blister formation and even burns. So even if not bleaching what are your other alternatives? So you can look at laser hair reduction if you have thick and black hair which is why you are using the bleach in the first place or you can opt for Q switched Nd Yag laser which is used for very thin and light coloured hair and it bleaches the melanin in your hair and the hair generally falls off in 10 to 15 days. If you don’t want to go for procedures you cause the eflornithine cream which decreases the hair growth on the face over a period of time.