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Licorice Root & Bearberry

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" Lili, I personally wouldn't use hydroquinone. If you do some ...that would probably be safer: Bearberry (1%), Mulberry (1%), and Licorice Root extracts(.4%), and kojic acid(up to... "

" ...also some people get rebound hyperpigmentation after stopping it), ...of other things like licorice root, bearberry, kojic acid, etc. that ...personally, but have used vitamin C and retinoids... "

" ...root, corn silk, milk thistle, bearberry leaves, licorice root, peppermint, spearmint, ginger root, sage,... "

" ...C MSM supplements vitamin B3 bearberry/mulberry alpha arbutin kojic acid Licorice Root if you have sun damaged... "

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" ...use tht cheap hydroquinolyn. There are ALTERNATIVES such as licorice root, kojic acid, bearberry extract,white lilly etc. Try godivaskincare.com you might find that site... "

" ...limit tanning too cause they are tyrosinase inhibitors. You can try licorice root or bearberry extract for hyperpigmentation.... For scars try Immortelle Helichrysum oil and... "

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www.mothering.com
" ...it will take a series to really fade things. If you use an OTC skin lightener/brightener with Bearberry, licorice root or mulberry you need to use it every single day for 3 months to see... "

" ...on top. Other alternatives are brighteners like kojic acid, licorice root, mulberry, bearberry and azaleic acid. These are affective to treating overproduction... "

" ...has dandelion root, burdock root, corn silk, milk thistle, bearberry leaves, licorice root, peppermint, spearmint, ginger root, sage, galangal root, and artichoke... "

" ...Beta arbutin is just bearberry extract, which doesn't work ...other ligheners, kind of like licorice root and mulberry extract. L-arbutin, while derived FROM bearberry, is different because of... "

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