I am allergic to hydroquinone products and was wondering if arbutin will cause the same reaction to my skin? I read that hydroquinone and arbutin are related somehow.
try this product called LMB, hydroquinone freearbutin is a natural version of hydroquinone which doesnt have the same negative side effects. I think alpha arbutin is the best version. Check out the Euoko products
Hey Freddy, I have been meaning to ask you this for a while but ...is that you in your avatar and if not, who exactly is it of as he seems to match your personality and is quite cuteSome people have had very good results with Kojic Acid products mentioned above.
Does this cream have Parabens?try this product called LMB, hydroquinone free
LMB Pigment Lightening Cream is a high potency formula for effective lightening of pigmentation such as freckles, melesma, lentigines (age spots) and photodamage. Achieve radiant, flawless skin today! Hydroquinone free!!!! Suitable for daily use.
ha ha ha ha... yeah this "scientist" I think had a few too many than I have tonight ...he he he ...BUT maybe the the "scientist" is in need of some attention without proof, no? Aaaaawww..The "scientist" who developed deoxyArbutin just joined the forum today. Perhaps he can answer your question about Alpha Arbutin. His username is Madelong
Welcome back MAdelong. I wondered what happened to you. Of course you can understand one being suspicious that an accomplished, published scientist would be on the forum.Boissy RE.; Visscher M; deLong, MA. DeoxyArbutin: a Novel Reversible Tyrosinase Inhibitor with Effective in vivo Skin Lightening Potency. Experimental Dermatology 14 (8) 2005 601-608.
Below is the post on the deoxyArbutin thread with my questions.So I'm not sure what all you'd like to know- I can post some before and after pictures of the various compounds that we used- HQ, Kojic Acid, beta-arbutin, etc., in our tests of deoxyArbutin (dA for short). Let me go look for your posts- We originally developed this to use on burned children for hyperpigmentation following skin graft surgery.