Why Hydroquinone Is Bad for You?

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

A funny thing happened in skincare over the past few years. And by funny I mean good—although this movement has undoubtedly caused way more work for the vain people among us.

Remember when skincare was very basic? As in, the only thing your mom's fancy night creams claimed to do was eradicate wrinkles? We were so innocent then—innocent of what would happen when, thanks to new, sheer, lightweight makeup formulas, our skin tone was exposed for all to see.

You see, now that nobody is caking it on like they did from the time makeup was invented all the way up to the '90s, all the fun little problems like hyperpigmentation, sun damage, age spots, uneven tone and post-inflammatory pigmentation (which is just a fancy way of labelling those dark marks you get after a pimple clears up) are, if you have 'em, so much more noticeable.

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