HOW TO KNOW IF YOUR SKINCARE PRODUCTS HAS HYDROQUINONE – ZIGIHOW.COM.NG
What is Hydroquinone?
Hydroquinone, also benzene-1,4-diol or quinol, is an aromatic organic compound that is a type of phenol, a derivative of benzene, having the chemical formula C₆H₄(OH)₂. It has two hydroxyl groups bonded to a benzene ring in a para position.
•pigmentation of the Eye
•permanent corneal damage
•It causes Ochronosis
•it whitens your skin by killing the pigment cells
•It dosnt give a nice tone rather a pasty unhealthy tone.
Have you ever bought a cream or lotion that you were sure contained no Hydroquinone but notice after a few days that the product remnant around the cap had darkened in color? Or your skin start errupting in acne and rash after using a certain product? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, then your cream most likely contains Hydroquinone.
Hydroquinone (a.k.a HQ), is one if not the most controversial ingredient of all skin care products in the market today. As a chemical it has other derivatives/names that manufacturers of beauty product use just to confuse consumers into buying their products without knowing what these products contain.
The FDA in United States approves 2% HQ for Over-the-Counter products, as long as the manufacturers give warning that the product should only be used for 3 months, and this is clearly stated on the packaging.
How ever we all know that hydroquinone whitens the skin, but as a result of doing this it kills your skin pigment cell, skin pigment cells are responsible to produce melanin, which will protect your top skin from the sun rays, other natural skin lighteners such as kojic acid and arbutin they lighten the skin by reducing the production of the melanin and not by killing the cells.
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OTHER NAMES OF HYDROQUINONE
20 Other Names For Hydroquinone
(Note: be very concioisu of your skin lightening ingredients, always go through your skin care ingredients before you purchase)
HOW TO KNOW IF MY PRODUCT CONTAINS HYDROQUINONE
• Pour out a small amount of your cream/lotion in another container leave it open don’t cover it.
Let’s it be exposed for 2days if then lotion/cream turns brown then its has hydroquinone.
• A lotion or cream with hydrquinone will lighten/whiten you in less than a week, a natural made product can never do that.
• Hydroquinone gives a reddish to yellowish tone when its applied to the skin, take a good look at your skin.
• At some point if you are applying a skincare product with hydroquinone inclusive, you’ll start breaking out, it could be pimples, redness etc.
many individuals are allergic to hydroquinone, this could result to itching, at a point you discover that your skin is itching all over, its a significant indication that hydroquinone is involved.
skin care products with hydroquinone has an awful smell though The manufacturers use a loads of fragrance to cover it up, but in an indication that you notice that your lotion smells funny, then hydroquinone may be involved.
Also any manufacturer that writes, “Product may change color but this does affect its efficacy in anyway.” is indirectly telling you that his product contains hydroquinone.
So If I were you I will quickly run any of this tests to see if my product contains hydroquinone
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