What You Should Know
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|Quinol Anti-Aging Moisturizing Cream||
There does not appear to be an official website for the anti-aging product, Quinol Anti-aging Moisturizing Cream. Also information given by online shops which sell this cream is extremely sparse. We are told that it is a cream which has been designed to moisturize the skin. According to those who sell it, it will also reduce the signs of aging and lighten age spots and hyperpigmentation.
Unfortunately we could not find a comprehensive list of ingredients for the anti-aging product Quinol Anti-aging Moisturizing Cream. We are simply told that it contain Quinol and AHAs. Quinol is in fact another name for hydroquinone which is a bleaching agent. Many manufacturers now try to avoid putting this in their skin products as some cancer experts have concerns that it may be carcinogenic. Also it can cause severe skin irritation. AHAs are also not always suitable for those who have sensitive skin. Products containing AHAs can cause stinging, peeling and redness. Anti-aging products that contain AHAs can also increase sensitivity to dangerous UV rays, so if you do decide to try this product you will need to shield your skin from the sun while using it. This product can be ordered directly from online shops at a price of $56.99.
There does not seem to be an offer of a full money back guarantee or an offer of a free trial size by those selling it online. Also at the time of writing this review we could not find any testimonials posted by those who have already used this cream. We feel that there are a large number of safety issues involved if you use this cream and it is unfortunate that there is no official website which gives full and comprehensive ingredient details, as well as contact details should you wish to contact the manufacturers of the Quinol Anti-aging Moisturizing Cream.
- This product is not excessively expensive to purchase.
- It is available for sale from online shops.
- Some ingredient information is given.
- There is no official website for the Quinol Anti-aging Moisturizer Cream.
- This product contains hydroquinone which some cancer experts believe is carcinogenic.
- The Quinol Anti-aging Moisturizer Cream contains AHAs. AHAs are not suitable for those who have sensitive skin.
- There is no money back guarantee upon purchase of this product.
The Bottom Line
When evaluating an anti-aging product, safety as well as efficacy has to be foremost in our mind. We are not comfortable recommending products which contain hydroquinone and certainly are not impressed by the fact that full and comprehensive ingredient details are not disclosed for this product. Even if it were entirely safe, this would probably be more of a skin lightening product than a real wrinkle fighting product.