STRONG SKIN BLEACH 30 – 5 GAL.

$3,999.00

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NOTE: Orders for 5 Gallons, I formulate after I receive the order. There’s a 10 day turnaround. During this time I will formulate your skin bleaching cream from scratch. And I’ll also further verify your payment & shipping information to prevent fraud.

HYDROQUINONE 30%: Enjoy 35% Off when you purchase in bulk. I’ve just made it easier for you to purchase premium skin bleach for your business. Full instructions come with your product on how to dilute it to lower strengths and how to preserve it. This wholesale HQ cream comes in a 5 gallon jug and a 5 gallon pump is included. If you need a ‘Custom Order’ for skin bleaching cream in a different strength please contact me for a quote.


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The herb has not been established as either effective or safe but is being researched by Hui-Min Wang and his colleagues at Kaohsiung Medical University in Taiwan where experiments shown that it was effective at causing Zebrafish to lose their stripes.[41] Post-melanin synthesis[edit] Alpha hydroxy acids[edit] Alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) — primarily in the form of lactic acid and glycolic acid — are the most researched forms of AHAs because they have a molecular size that allows effective penetration into the top layers of skin. It is generally assumed that in and of themselves AHAs in concentrations of 4% to 15% are not effective for inhibiting melanin production and will not lighten skin discolorations in that manner. It is believed that their benefit is in helping cell turnover rates and removing unhealthy or abnormal layers of superficial skin cells (exfoliation) where hyperpigmented cells can accumulate. However, other research has shown that lactic and glycolic acids can indeed inhibit melanin production separate from their actions as an exfoliant on skin.[42] Alpha hydroxy acid peels (using 50% concentrations or greater) may remove skin discolorations. Only a qualified physician should perform these types of facial peels.[43] Niacinamide[edit] Niacinamide is claimed to be a much safer alternative when applied topically for skin or genitalia whitening. According to research by Procter & Gamble, a cosmetics company, niacinamide has no adverse side-effects. It also promotes acne reduction, increases skin moisture, and reduces fine wrinkles.[44] Other/ungrouped[edit] Depigmenting agents[edit] Most commonly, depigmentation of the skin is linked to people born with vitiligo, which produces differing areas of light and dark skin. These individuals, if they so decided to use a lightening process to even out their skin tone, could apply a topical cream containing the organic compound monobenzone to lessen the remaining pigment. Monobenzone may cause destruction of melanocytes and permanent depigmentation. An alternate method of lightening is to use the chemical mequinol over an extended period of time. Increasingly, people who are not afflicted with the vitiligo experiment with lower concentrations of monobenzone creams in the hope of lightening their skin tone evenly. However, monobenzone is not recommended for skin conditions other than vitiligo. Mercury[edit] Many skin whiteners contain toxic mercury such as mercury(II) chloride or ammoniated mercury as the active ingredient. However mercury has been banned in most countries for use in skin whitening (1976 in Europe, 1990 in the USA) because it accumulates on skin and it can have the opposite results in the long term. Some studies suggest that long-term use could cause systemic absorption that leads to tissue accumulation of the substance.[45] Other[edit] Other options with some amount of research regarding their potential skin lightening abilities are licorice extract (specifically glabridin).[citation needed] There is also a small amount of research showing oral supplements of pomegranate extract, ellagic acid, vitamin E, and ferulic acid can inhibit melanin production.[46] Laser treatments[edit] Both ablative and nonablative lasers can have a profound effect on melasma[citation needed]. However, the results are not always consistent, and problems have been reported (such as hypo- or hyperpigmentation). Laser treatments of this kind are more likely to result in problems for those with darker skin tones.[47] Cryosurgery[edit] Another alternative to laser treatment is cryosurgery using liquid nitrogen. Controlled destruction of skin cells causes the skin to naturally regenerate itself. Excess melanin comes to the surface and peels off in a few days. This is particularly useful in sensitive areas like the genitals where laser treatment could leave a scar. Efficacy of the treatment depends on the depth of the pigment. Freckles in any part of the body can be treated the same way.[citation needed] Controversy and negative health effects[edit] Satirical cartoon of a quack selling

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    Brianna
    November 10, 2015
    I don't run a business. I bought this for me and my sister, and gets shared with a few cousins. I almost broke a nail tryin to click the add to cart button haha. This is a good deal for me cuz EVERYBODY is always borrowing my cream! “OOoo Canni geta few squeezes?” Damn! I’m gonna start charging.
    Mina
    November 6, 2015
    I'm an esthetician and I own a salon & day spa. I make and sell my own handmade soaps & lotions through my salon and they always sell out quickly. This cream mixed well with my handmade aloevera lotion, I dilute it down to 2.5%. My customers love it! Some just come in to buy the cream no appointment. A lot of my clients are of olive skin tone with sun damage & brown patches. My 2.5% mix really fades the heck out of hyperpigmentations and at such a low dose. I myself am Sicilian and my bruises turn dark. I accidentally banged my butt on the corner of a wood table (trying to squeeze past it) and there has always been a dark spot there after the redness went away. This cream faded it good but I used it at 5% strength.I had always purchased a couple of small bottles at a time for my own personal use. I bought this bulk size after deciding to make fade creams for sale. At first I really feared that I purchased too much of this cream but it's selling really well so I'm happy.
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