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Can I use hydroquinone with retinaldehyde and glycolic acid?

Can I use hydroquinone with retinaldehyde and glycolic acid?

Hydorquinone: I would not. First of all I am concerned about hydroquinone on the skin chronically. Second I am concerned about possible irritant interactions. ...Read more

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Hi, I'm 34 y. I have a mixed sensitive face skin. Is a cream based on a combination of retinaldehyde and fragmented hyaluronic acid recommended for me?

Hi, I'm 34 y. I have a mixed sensitive face skin. Is a cream based on a combination of retinaldehyde and fragmented hyaluronic acid recommended for me?

No. Try pangea: I recommend the discovery kit for combination skin for only $34 and free shipping until labor day. The high antioxidant content found in these certified organic botanical products (not dangerous chemicals) supports collagen retention, helps stimulate micro-circulation, gently purifies, brightens skin tone and helps prevent discoloration and moisture loss. Http://bit. Ly/146axow. ...Read more

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Using Retin A for melasma it's harsh on my sensitive skin, I heard retinaldahyde would be better, is that true. Tyvm?

Using Retin A for melasma it's harsh on my sensitive skin, I heard retinaldahyde would be better, is that true. Tyvm?

Retin A or Retinalde: Retin A is more acidic than retinaldehyde, therefore it can cause more irritation to the skin. Retin A can also cause sunburn or irritation when skin is exposed to the sun. It is advisable to use sunblock when using Retin A Retinaldehyde is an acceptable alternative to Retin A but it is not as potent. See your doctor for more information. ...Read more

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