Hydroquinone is known far and wide for it’s spot-lightening abilities. Its biggest competition is probably kojic and azelaic acids, which its fans tout as uber-effective. So imagine how much of an improvement you could make if you combine hydroquinone not only with these two acids, but two additional acids for expeditious exfoliation.
That’s the tactic behind PCA skin pHaze 13 Pigment Gel. This formula doesn’t dance around discoloration; it zeroes in on it with a vengeance from multiple angles.
The captain of the ingredient team is 2% hydroquinone, and its lightening powers are escalated by azelaic and kojic acids. To speed up the diminishing of dark spots, two more acids, citric and lactic, are included in the mix.
Accordingly, hyperpigmentation isn’t just lightened; it’s inhibited. As you treat age spots, post-acne marks and unwanted freckles with this potent blend, you simultaneously keep future discoloration suppressed.
Could each ingredient make a difference on it’s own? Possibly. But PCA Skin is ensuring a noticeable shift by bringing them together.
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