Remove Pigmentations With Vitamin A & Hydroquinone



Retin A & Hydroquinone 4%

Retin A can be mixed with Hydroquinone 4%, a bleaching cream to enhance the removal of pigment or brown spots which improves the anti-aging effectiveness of Retin A. In addition, when used in conjunction with microdermabrasion, Retin A’s penetration and effectiveness are enhance.

Retinol 0.3% & Hydroquinone 4%

Combining Retinol 0.3% with Hydroquinone 4% is effective in resolving fine lines, pigment and improving skin texture. Retinols are not as strong as Retin and, therefore, can be used by many people who cannot tolerate the stronger products. 

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Tretinoin & Hydroquinone

A great deal of research has shown that the use of tretinoin, also found in the prescription medications Renova and Retin A, can be effective in treating skin discolorations. However, when tretinoin is used in combination with hydroquinone, skin discolorations can show a far more noticeable and impressive improvement. Because of this, tretinoin is generally not recommended as the only topical option for melasma, but is best used to reduce darkened areas of skin in combination with other effective topicals, particularly sunscreen and hydroquinone.

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6 Comments on "Remove Pigmentations With Vitamin A & Hydroquinone"

  1. Daniel Rod says:

    Hi, i would like to know if this cream it will work for DARK SKIN?

    And also in Genital?

    It will be permanent?

    Thank You

  2. Shirleen says:

    Hi Daniel,

    Occasionally, at higher concentrations of hydroquinone (4% or higher), persons with darker skin will experience increased pigmentation, but this is rare.

    I wouldn’t say it will be permanent as it very much depends on how you protect your skin away from the sun. If insufficient sun protection is given when using Vitamin A & Hydroquinone, the pigmentation may become darker than before.

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  4. Shirleen says:

    Hi Mehjabeen,

    Sorry I don’t understand your question. What product are you referring to?

  5. Joy says:

    i would like to order that product.How much is the price and where can i buy it?

  6. Shirleen says:

    Hi Joy,

    What is ‘that product’ are you referring to? If you are referring to Retin A products, you will need to have a doctor’s prescription for that.

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