There is one answer that the beauty industry gives to the question: what to do with skin pigmentation? And that answer is hydroquinone. And indeed, in cosmetics it is used in tanning products and hair dye. In cosmetic medicine – for skin whitening and as a remedy against pigmentation. But there are so many side effects associated with this substance that I recommend thinking twice before deciding in its favor. Besides everything else that we’ve learned about hydroquinone in recent years, it turns out that in fact hydroquinone destroys skin cells and inevitably leads to its aging. Sometimes, the use of hydroquinone stimulates pigmentation, and the face appears bruised, because the spots that occur are rather dark. And the saddest thing is that such a skin condition is quite difficult to correct. Just google this question more carefully if you still doubt the undesirable effects of this substance. Continue Reading