Top definition. Bleached Asshole. An asshole that has undergone cosmetic processes to make it lighter. The practice follows from the anuses of women in "mens magazines" being "retouched," and women in strip clubs and other asshole-bearing lines of work wanting to appear clean. Actual procedures used vary, but there are numerous products available to the consumer, as well as from the spa industry. Heather used an awkward combination of mirrors as she simultaneously pulled apart her buttcheeks , bent over, and had a good look at her newly bleached asshole. Aug 4 Word of the Day. Every household should have a few gallons.
2. Side effects of chemical bleaching products can seriously suck.
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One popular method uses chemical peels or creams to break down melanin, natural pigments in the skin. These products can also reduce the number of melanin-producing cells around your anus. Laser treatments are another popular technique. Lasers can destroy excess melanin and slow pigment creation. Neither of these techniques involve actual bleach. Doing so can result in unnecessary harm and cause long-term complications. The skin between your butt cheeks and directly surrounding your anus is generally darker than your actual skin color. Bleaching is a way of lightening this area temporarily. It can help the color around the anus appear more uniform with the rest of the body.
WOULD you be brave enough to try out anal bleaching? The bizarre trend was sparked after celebrities including Kourtney Kardashian, Charlotte Crosby and Sophie Kasaei revealed they have lightened their behinds. The procedure involves lightening the colour of the skin around the anus. It's done purely for cosmetic reasons to make the skin the same colour as the surrounding skin on the backside. She took boyfriend Freddie Shaw, 27, along with her and claims it's boosted her confidence in the bedroom
It's not just for Bridesmaids characters: Anal bleaching is gaining some serious traction. But is lightening your backdoor right for you? And how can you tell if your esthetician's done a good job? Questions, questions.