SKIN FADING LIGHTENING Serum- OTC Dark skin whitening bleach cream lotion - For Scars melasma, hyperpigmentation bleaching maxi peel- formulated with Hydroquinone, kojic acid, glycolic acid AHA, Vitamin C & peptides
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How Does Hydroquinone Works? Hydroquinone works by decreasing the production and increasing the breakdown of melanosomes (melanin pigment granules) in the skin's pigment cells (melanocytes). It does this by inhibiting the activity of tyrosinase, the enzyme needed to make melanin.
Professionally Formulated with multiple effective ingredients for guaranteed results. Formulated with Hydroquinone, Glycolic, Kojic Acid and Peptides Made in the USA, GMP/FDA inspected and approved facility. Our Skin Care Products are guaranteed to give you 100% satisfaction and Results or Money Back Guaranteed. No Questions Asked! Hydroquinone, FDA approved and the gold standard in the treatment of melasma, brown patches on the face and other parts of the body that are exposed to the sun, and other skin discoloration, has been produced in various over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription formulations in the USA for over 55 years, with only exceedingly rare adverse reactions reported. In reality, there is abundant scientific research showing hydroquinone to be SAFE and extremely effective, and NO OTHER skin lightening ingredient compares to its effectiveness. Kojic Acid is a powerful skin-brightening agent naturally derived from an array of organic materials (particularly fungus during the fermentation of sake). Kojic acid attacks the root of the pigmentation source by inhibiting the production of melanin. More specifically, kojic acid counters the antioxidant properties of the enzyme tyrosinase, which reacts with an amino acid called tyrosine to produce melanin. By stopping the production of melanin, kojic acid can reverse excessive darkening of the skin. Glycolic Acid is a natural product derived from sugar cane and is fantastic for exfoliation and moisturizing of the skin. It is the smallest alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) and is both colorless and odorless. Glycolic acid is a common component of anti-aging products, such as lotions, because it can refresh skin on the face and tops of hands. It exfoliates the surface layer, making skin look smoother by promoting healthy cell growth to replace the dead skin cells. Used together with hydroquinone, a bleaching agent, it might help minimize or erase the appearance of age spots, acne discoloration or other hyperpigmentation. The glycolic acid lotion slowly gets rid of dead surface cells, allowing the bleaching agent to penetrate so that new cells are nonpigmented.