Movate has been formulated to help fade the appearance of freckles, moles, age spots and sun spots. Movate may be a discontinued skin lightening product because it is not available on any website and there is no manufacturer information.
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It has been found that Movate contains the potentially dangerous ingredient, Hydroquinone. We do NOT recommend using any product that contains this ingredient because it has been linked to cancer and has been banned in many European countries.
Some customers that used Movate found it to leave their skin with a burning sensation and had to discontinue use of this skin lightening product. This suggested use of Movate is to be used twice a day; however, there is very little information as to how soon before results will show.
Water, Glyceryl Stearate, Mineral Oil (Parafinum Liquidum), Hydroquinone 2%, Cetostearyl Alcohol, Propylene Glycol, Sodim Laureth Sulfate, Octyl Methoxynnamate, Dimethicone, Sodium Metbisulfite, Allantoin, Propylparabe, Triclosan, Fragrance (Parfum), FD&C Red 4 (CI14700)
Movate Wrap Up
Movate contains the potentially dangerous ingredient, Hydroquinone. Movate may not be the best choice in a skin bleaching product on the market and found that there are other products that do NOT contain Hydroquinone and can show results in just four weeks.