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Ingredients banned overseas can be found in your skin care creams

Doctors warn against using skin-lightening or fade creams without first getting medical expertise. 

Dark acne scars and spots on the skin can be annoying to look at.

That is why many women turn to skin-lightening and fade creams to erase those troublesome areas. But, women may want to rethink their daily regimen.

Millions of women are using the creams every single day.

"One of the reasons that brought me to using fade creams was because I was in a car accident and I ended up having some scarring," makeup artist Zarielle Washington said.

Serious health problems linked to the misuse of these do-it-yourself creams are raising red flags for dermatologists like Dr. Purvisha Patel.

"Part of the treatment for this is using lightening agents or bleaching agents and most commonly on the market throughout history, we've used an ingredient called hydroquinone," Dr. Patel said.

Hydroquinone is banned in parts of the United Kingdom but low doses are legal in fade creams sold in the U.S. where it's most often used by aging women to decrease dark spots.