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  1. Photographic developer poisoning; Hydroquinone poisoning; Quinone poisoning; Sulfite poisoning ... Hydroquinones Quinones Sodium thiosulfate Sodium sulfite/bisulfite Boric acid Photographic fixative can also break down (decompose) to ...
  2. Age Spots (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    ... available without a prescription. These products generally contain hydroquinone (hy-dro-QUIN-own). Prescription-strength products that contain hydroquinone tend to be more effective than those you ...
  3. Melasma: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Outcome (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    ... control pills, melasma treatments are available. These include: Hydroquinone : This medicine is a common first treatment for ... works by lightening the skin. You will find hydroquinone in medicine that comes as a cream, lotion, ...
  4. Melasma (Logical Images)  
    ... Treatments Your Physician May Prescribe Use bleaching agents (hydroquinone 4%) carefully. Do not apply these agents to ... as normal skin may also be bleached. Use hydroquinone under the supervision of a physician, as side ...
  5. ... bleaching lotions or creams. Most bleaching lotions use hydroquinone. This medicine is thought to be safe in ... form used to lighten darkened skin areas. However, hydroquinone can cause blisters or skin reactions in some ...
  6. Hyperpigmentation (American Osteopathic College of Dermatology)  
    ... prescription creams used to lighten the skin contain hydroquinone . Bleaches lighten and fade darkened skin patches by ... coloration. Prescription bleaches contain twice the amount of hydroquinone, the active ingredient, as over-the-counter skin ...
  7. Vitiligo Treatments (American Vitiligo Research Foundation)  
    ... reject the PUVA option. Bleaching with monobenzylether of hydroquinone 20% cream (Benoquin) is a permanent, irreversible process. ... been reported from the use of monobenzylether of hydroquinone for skin bleaching. Why Is It Important To ...
  8. ... are available over the counter (0.5–2% hydroquinone in the US and stronger, but possibly dangerous, ... help fade dark marks. These include 2–4% hydroquinone, tretinoin, tazarotene, azelaic acid, and glycolic acid. These ...
  9. Vitiligo From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases)  
    ... recommended. Patients apply the drug monobenzyl ether of hydroquinone (monobenzone) twice a day to pigmented areas until ...
  10. Skin of Color (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    ... with topical skin lightening creams that contain ingredients hydroquinone, retinoids, azaelic acid, hydroxyacids, or kojic acid may ...
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