Skin Lightening with 2% Hydroquinone, no prescription required

"Skin Lightening, w/ Hydroquinone"

Effective for Age Spots, Brown Spots, Acne Spots, Uneven Skin Tone, Freckle Treatment

Nighttime Skin Lightening Cream
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STEP 1

Nighttime
Fade Cream

Hydroquinone 2%

The active lightening agent (hydroquinone 2%) has been incorporated into an easy spreading, light weight more emollient cream that is used on the face or can be used on any part of the body, as well as hands. In addition to normal use for age spots on hands, it is also effective for any skin discoloration that may result from sun, contraceptive pills or pregnancy masks. Contains no mercurycompounds. Ingredients.

Glycolic Acid Skin Lightening Gel  Click to enlarge

STEP 2

Dark Spot Fade Gel
Glycolic Acid 5%, Hydroquinone 2% 

Double Action Night Gel with Glycolic Acid and Hydroquinone. A special blending of hydroquinone in a light gel that not only helps speed the lightening results but improves skin texture and tone. Oily skin in particular will prefer this light gel. Yet, any skin type will benefit by alternating this gel with the Nighttime Fade Cream.  ( 2 weeks gel, 2 weeks Nighttime Fade Cream). Ingredients.

Daytime Skin Lightening Cream
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STEP 3

Daytime
Fade Cream SPF-15
Hydroquinone 1%

An advanced, botanical day-time formula for skin-lightening, which will speed up results without causing light sensitivity. In the Orient, lime and mulberry extracts have been used for many years for their skin lightening effects. We've learned that mulberry contains PHENYL FLAVANOID, which inhibits the formation of melanin, the color producing agent in skin. Ingredients.

Please read and follow the Directions for best results!
DIRECTIONS:
For best results, the Skin Lightening System should be used twice daily, morning and evening.

Each morning, choose a good non-irritating cleanser, Cleanse thoroughly, dry, and apply a small amount of Daytime Skin Lightening Cream over entire face or problem area(s). Avoid Eye Area. Rub into skin gently until absorbed. No need to apply a moisturizer because this cream also acts as a moisturizer. If you wear makeup you may apply your makeup over our Daytime Cream.

Night: cleanse skin, pat dry, massage a small amount of  Nighttime Skin Lightening Cream lightly into spot areas. Not for use in Eye Area, over cuts or irritations.  
Leave on overnight. Avoid heavy sun exposure. Use Nighttime Skin Lightening Cream for two weeks. At the end of two weeks switch to the "Glycolic Acid Nighttime Skin Lightening Gel (contains 5% glycolic acid)". Use nightly as you did with the Lightening Cream. You must alternate every two weeks from one to the other. This will help speed up the lightening process. Continue to use the DAYTIME FADE CREAM each and everyday until you have achieved the desired effect. After you have achieved the desired effect, it is best to continue
using the DAYTIME FADE CREAM
to retain the results. The sun's rays bring back hyperpigmentation if you neglect to use a sun screen daily of at least SPF15 or higher.
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"Facial Skin Lightening System I"

Skin Lightening Products, 2% Hydroquinone 
System I Includes:

Facial
Lightening
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* Directions on how to use:   .
* Daytime Skin Lightening Cream 1.5 oz. 42g
* Nighttime Skin Lightening Cream 1 oz. 28g. 
* Glycolic Acid Skin Lightening Gel 1.5 oz. 42g.


Quantity:
$65.40 Plus S/H


"Skin Lightening System II
Deluxe System for Face & Body"

Skin Lightening Products Contain 2% Hydroquinone 
Deluxe System II for face and body, Includes:
Facial & Body Lightening

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* Directions on how to use: .
* Daytime Skin Lightening Cream   1.5 oz. 42g
* Nighttime Skin Lightening Cream   1 oz. 28g. 
* Glycolic Acid Skin Lightening Gel 1.5 oz. 42g.
* Exfoliating Facial Skin Peel Cream 1.5 oz. 42g.
* Skin Lightening Body Lotion  8 fl. oz. 236 ml.


Quantity:
$110.30 Plus S/H

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