Ultra 10 Skin Lightening Gel
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- This formula works to help improve skin color such as freckles, age and liver spots, or pigment in the skin that may occur in pregnancy or from the use of oral contraceptives, by inhibiting the production of excessive skin pigment that can lead to uneven color or dark spots. Regular use should even out skin tone and give an overall brightening effect.
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• For the gradual fading of dark discoloration in the skin such as freckles, age and liver spots, or pigment in the skin that may occur in pregnancy or from the use of oral contraceptives.
• To stimulate the exfoliation cycle.
• Wash face with a mild cleanser (Non-Drying Cleanser). Pat lightly to dry and wait 5 minutes.
• Adults: apply a small to a very gentle amount as a thin layer on the affected area, or as directed by a doctor. Children under 12: Do not use unless directed by a physician.
• Do not rub the product in. This will simply irritate the skin.
• Allow drying. You may apply other AHA products on top of this for your normal routine.
• Must apply sunscreen at least 30 minutes prior to getting into sunlight.
• Apply once a day at bedtime. After 28 days, begin using twice daily. If no improvement is seen after 3 months of treatment, discontinue.
• Lightening effect of this product may not be noticeable when used on very dark skin.
• When having professional Glycolic Peels or Microdermabrasion, stop Glycolic Acid 48 hours before a treatment and do not restart until 48 hours after the treatment.
• Stop usage if pregnant or breastfeeding
• For external use only. Keep out of reach of small children. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes
• Some may experience a mild skin irritation. A mild transient tingling may occur in people with sensitive skin. This is normal. If tingling sensation or skin irritation becomes severe, stop use and consult a doctor
• Do not use an alcohol-based astringent when using this product
• Do not use for more than 3 months Special Note: Excellent for stubborn discoloration once you have used Glycolic Acid for at least 6 months. Glycolic Acid inherently lightens most discoloration.
• Women with Melasma must wear sunscreen. Melasma can and will return if a marginal quality broadspectrum sunscreen is used. This discoloration is typically caused by birth control pills and is activated by UVA radiation o Hydroquinone by itself is not very effective. When you add Glycolic Acid, it becomes dramatically improved. It will attack Melanin from below the surface and tell it not to produce pigmentation.
• If having laser treatments discontinue use of this product until 28 days following completion of your treatment.
• Not recommended if you have sensitive skin, or facial issues including eczema, psoriasis, or rosacea.
Active Ingredients: Hydroquinone 2% Water, SD Alcohol 40, Glycolic Acid, Propylene Glycol, Ammonium Alpha Hydroxyethanoate, Polyquaternium-10, Sodium Bisulfate, Citric Acid, Sodium Sulfite, EDTA, and BHA.
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