Hydroquinone is a skin lightener used in many whitening creams and dark mark fade treatments. It reduces the production of melanin in your skin, so it is great for fading hyperpigmentation, acne marks, sun spots, melasma, and other skin discoloration issues. It is one of the active ingredients in the popular Obagi skin care line.
Over the past several years, hydroquinone has become a controversial skin-care ingredient for topical use. Despite the controversy, it's abundantly clear is that hydroquinone is a well-researched ingredient, incredibly effective for its intended purpose, and that no other skin lightening ingredient compares to its effectiveness.
Hydroquinone is used to treat skin conditions related to hyperpigmentation. This includes: acne scars; age spots; freckles; melasma; post-inflammatory marks from psoriasis and eczema
Hydroquinone Skin Bleaching Cream. Hydroquinone is used to lighten the dark patches of skin (also called hyperpigmentation, melasma, "liver spots," "age spots," freckles) caused by pregnancy, birth control pills, hormone medicine, or injury to the skin. This medicine works by blocking the process in the skin that leads to discoloration.
Use hydroquinone as ordered by your doctor. Read all information given to you. Follow all instructions closely. Do not take hydroquinone by mouth. Use on your skin only. Keep out of your mouth, nose, and eyes (may burn). Wash your hands before and after use. Do not wash your hands after use if putting this on your hand. Clean affected part before use.
The treatment prescribed was composed of azelaic acid cream (20%) 30 g, hydroquinone cream (4%) 60 g, methylprednisolone aceponate cream (0.1%) 60 g, and salicylic acid 3 g. All of the women were prescribed the same treatment and were instructed to use it daily, except in the case of skin irritation when they should use it every other day.
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