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  1. Poisonous ingredients include: Hydroquinones Quinones Sodium thiosulfate Sodium sulfite Sodium bisulfite Potassium aluminum sulfate Boric acid The fixing agent, sodium thiosulfate, along with ...
  2. Chemical Peels (American Society for Dermatologic Surgery)  
    Skin Pigmentation Disorders/Treatments and Therapies ... Skin Pigmentation Disorders ... Scars/Treatments and Therapies ... Scars ... A chemical peel is a treatment used ...
  3. ... bleaching lotions or creams. Most bleaching products 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 sensitive ...
  4. Melasma (VisualDX)  
    Skin Pigmentation Disorders/Images ... Skin Pigmentation Disorders ... VisualDX ... Melasma is a common disorder of unknown cause that causes dark (hyperpigmented) patches, ...
  5. Melasma: Diagnosis and Treatment (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    Skin Pigmentation Disorders/Treatments and Therapies ... Skin Pigmentation Disorders ... A dermatologist can tell you whether you have melasma or another condition ...
  6. Skin Pigmentation Disorders/Images ... Skin Pigmentation Disorders ... VisualDX ... Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation is darkening of the skin in an area of prior ...
  7. ... appearance, using moisturizers containing ammonium lactate, tretinoin, or hydroquinone can help lighten the skin. Your provider may ...
  8. ... acid Hydrogen cyanide Organic acids Phenol Cresols Benzoquinones Hydroquinones (in some millipedes)
  9. ... prescription creams are available for lightening the skin. Hydroquinone combined with tretinoin is an effective combination. If ...
  10. Allergens in Cosmetics (Food and Drug Administration)  
    This page provides information about common allergens found in cosmetic products, possible symptoms of allergic reactions, testing for allergens and FDA’s ...
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