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ProDerma Light

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5% Kligman's Body Cream

$42.00
  • Product Code: 5% Kligman's Body Cream
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5% Medium Body Cream

Size: 4 oz e 120mL                                 2-year Expiration             Made in the USA

 

Product Description

The ProDerma Light 5% Kligman's Body Cream is inspired by the formula of Dr. Albert Kligman, the famous US dermatologist who invented the widely used acne medication Retin A. Dr. Kligman also created the most guaranteed skin lightening combination that is still popularly used today. 

The 5% Kligman's Body Cream lightens the skin to give a glowing complexion that looks realistic. Some lightening creams will make the skin look "ghostly" but this cream is designed to give a nice caramel or cafe au lait skin tone.

Kligman’s Formula is a skin lightening formulation that consists of hydroquinone + Retin A + corticosteroid .The combination of these ingredients results in a potent skin lightening formulation that can be used to treat conditions involving hyperpigmentation, melasma, age spots and dark marks. The ProDerma Light version of Dr. Kligman’s Formula consists of: 5% Hydroquinone + Retin A 0.1% + Corticosteroid (betamethasone dipropionate 0.065%)

 

30 Day Money Back Guarantee

With all our products, there is a 30-day Money Back Guarantee. If for some reason you are not satisfed, simply return the product for a full refund. There are no restocking or any sort of fees for a return.

 

Warning & Precautions

Not recommended for those with sensitive skin

Do NOT use if you are pregnant, lactating, allergic to hydroquinone, or have unrealistic expectations

This cream is recommended for the body only and not the face. Body creams are usually made from a base that contains oils. Breakouts (bumps, blemishes) are more likely to occur if oil is applied to the face.

You MUST wear sunscreen when using this body cream because hydroquinone and glycolic acid and Retin A can make the skin sensitive to the sun’s UV rays.

This lightening cream should NOT be used in the genital areas. The genital areas are very sensitive and the ingredients used in this product can possibly cause irritation in these areas.

The common side effects associated with the application of Retinoids include: Redness, peeling, or feeling of warmth; sensitivity to sunlight; skin irritation; stinging at application site. Source: http://www.drugs.com/sfx/retin-a-side-effects.html

Retin A should NOT be used by pregnant women! Read why from our source: Americanpregnancy.org

Is Hydroquinone Safe?

Most U.S. experts — including the American Academy of Dermatology — stand firmly behind this lightening agent. "Hydroquinone has been used over the last 40 years, and there has not been a single documented case of either skin cancer or internal cancer associated with it," says Dr. Friedman. Like all drugs, it needs to be used properly, and he recommends that his patients apply it no more than twice a day for no longer than six months. Adds Dr. Hirsch: "When used as intended, and for a finite time, this drug is safe and is the most effective treatment available for pigmentation. Period." Source: http://www.webmd.com/healthy-beauty/features/brighten-up?page=3

According to USA dermatologist, Dr. Audrey Kunin, “For some reason there is an urban myth circulating about the supposed hazards of long term hydroquinone use. I am unaware of any health risks associated with long term use of hydroquinone and completely at a loss as to where this myth came from.” Source: http://www.dermadoctor.com/article_Melasma_55.html

Dr. Grimes, Director of the Vitiligo and Pigmentation Institute of Southern California. Dr. Grimes offers a short list of alternatives such as azelaic acid, kojic acid, mequinol, and licorice, saying, “They have some efficacy, but they don’t work as well as hydroquinone.” Source: http://www.the-dermatologist.com/


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