bleaching agents

bleaching agents

medications and over-the-counter preparations used to depigment the skin. The products may be used by persons whose skin has become hyperpigmented through exposure to sunlight and particularly for melasma associated with pregnancy, the use of oral contraceptives, or hormone replacement therapy. Most agents are sold as creams or lotions and contain hydroquinone.
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What about bleaching agents not listed in the ingredients used on the grain/flour to make it whiter and lighter?
Optimal Nutrition is a vegan mix created without preservatives, fillers or bleaching agents and can be blended, shaken or stirred.
Tide Vivid White + Bright and Boost are designed to give your laundry that extra boost for the peskiest of stains, and they are safe to use on colors because they don't contain any chlorine or chlorine-containing bleaching agents.
When these bleaching agents contact even a little bit of water, they will break down any organic compounds present.
Topical bleaching agents such as hydroquinone, kojic acid and azelaic acid can reduce signs of aging.
The mercury building was used by Georgia-Pacific to produce chlorine-based bleaching agents for its paper products.
she should adopt a similar policy for her hair and keep it away from all bleaching agents.
And these include bleaching agents vat dyes, azo dyes, sulphur dye, color pigment, which are manufactured by using formaldehydes, hydrochloric acid, chromium salts, ammonia, caustic soda, and many other toxic chemicals.
Separate chapters are devoted to the chemistry of alkaline pulping, pulp bleaching, oxidative and reductive bleaching agents in lignin-retaining bleaching, and biopulping and biobleaching.
8 April 2010 - A Chinese food additive company is suspected of adding pulverised lime in bleaching agents for flour.
It contains preservatives and bleaching agents and chemicals which make apples look rosier and ham look pinker.