What You Should Know
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There does not appear to be an official website for the skin lightening treatment Porcelana Daytime Treatment, but it can be ordered directly from on line shops. The Porcelena Daytime treatment is manufactured by the company Schwarzkopf and Henkel. As women age many begin to suffer from age spots and discoloration of the skin due to exposure to the sun or due to the fact they have taken Hormone Replacement Therapy or the Oral Contraceptive Pill. Many women search for a solution to fade this skin discoloration. Porcelana Daytime Treatment is just one of a whole range of products available for sale which claims to be able to fade age spots and other signs of skin discoloration.
Porcelana Daytime Treatment is available to purchase very cheaply from online shops at a price of $5.99. This low price may tempt a number of women into giving it a try in order to find a solution to their skin discoloration and age spots. However a close look at the ingredients which are in this product gives us cause for concern. Firstly the Porcelana Daytime Treatment contains Parabens. A number of cancer experts now believe that Parabens have a role to play in certain types of cancers. This is why a number of manufacturers of skin care products have now wisely decided to no longer include parabens as ingredients in their skin care products.
Also Porcelana Daytime Treatment contains Hydroquinone which some studies have shown to be highly toxic and downright dangerous for the skin and the body. Those who sell this product on line tell us that this product may cause slight irritation and that when using it your skin will be more sensitive to dangerous UV rays, and so they therefore advice that you should use a sunscreen or limit your exposure to the sun.
- This product is reasonably priced.
- It is available for purchase directly online.
- There is a full and comprehensive list of ingredients available for the Porcelana Daytime Treatment.
- This skin fading treatment contains parabens.
- Porcelana Daytime Treatment will increase your skin’s sensitivity to dangerous UV rays.
- It contains Hydroquinone which we know to be toxic.
- There are no contact details given should you wish to contact a representative of the company which manufacturer the Porcelana Daytime Treatment.
The Bottom Line
We simply cannot recommend this skin fading treatment. We would suggest that living with age spots is preferable to putting your skin and health in danger by using a products which contains Hydroquinone and Parabens. In any event if what you are looking for is an anti wrinkle cream this product is not designed to diminish lines and wrinkles and you would be better off using a cream which contains Matrixyl 3000.