Bleach Cream for Pimple Scars

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Pimple scars are also known as hyperpigmentation and erythema. Find out about bleach cream for pimple scars with help from a skin care professional in this free video clip.

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Hello, I'm Sandra Oulmas. And this is bleach cream for pimples or acne scars. If you have ever experienced a breakout, chances are after it disappeared, in its place you were a left with a dark or red spot. These dark or red spots known as hyperpigmentation and erythema respectively appear with, within acne scars. Because the delicate facial skin has been inflamed and damaged. Luckily, you don't have to live with these scars forever. You can progressively fade acne scars by using over-the-counter or prescription creams. When choosing an over-the-counter lightening cream, look for ones with combinations of kojic acid, oxalic acid, lactic acid and vitamin C. All of these active ingredients help to gradually and naturally lighten dark or red spots. For more powerful bleaching creams, seek guidance from a skin care professional. A professional is qualified to dispense medical grade skin care products or prescription strength creams, containing retinol or hydroquinone. The last and most effective cream to reduce acne scars is one containing hydroquinone. It is a bleaching agent that can only be obtained at a medical spa or dermatology or cosmetic surgery practice. Hydroquinone works from the inside as a powerful melanin inhibitor to halt the production of the enzyme that creates pigment in your skin. And thus quickly eliminates dark and red spots in less than four to six months. Hydroquinone is prescribed in four percent formulations of higher. Although, if you have sensitive skin, it is recommended to start at a lower percentage to determine your tolerance. Again, I'm Sandra Oulmas and thank you for watching bleach cream for pimple or acne scars.


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