A white crystalline compound, C6H4(OH)2, used as a photographic developer, an antioxidant, a stabilizer, and a reagent.(noun)
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Use "hydroquinone" in a sentence
"Nail salons overflow with potent toxins; the women who work in them are overwhelmingly nonwhite, often Asian, with an average age of thirty-eight—which means many are of childbearing age.125 The skin-whitening products so popular in Asia frequently contain a carcinogen called hydroquinone, as well as the heavy metals chromium and mercury.126 And the hair relaxers aggressively marketed to African-American women are very toxic."
"It turns out this kind of hydroquinone discussions are actually"
"A: Superficial chemical peels or using a topical lightening agent such as hydroquinone, retinoid, AHA, glycolic acid, etc, are other ways to treat your condition."