DHC Medicated Q Quick Gel Moist & Whitening (L) 100g

DHC Medicated Q Quick Gel Moist & Whitening (L) 100g

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Made in JAPAN
100g

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More than 24 million sold!*
*Total sales of Medicated Q series from Jan. 14, 2010 to Dec. 31, 2018.

Ranked first in the 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s category in the DHC cosmetics sales ranking.

An all-in-one gel that both brightens and helps prevent the appearance of aging

DHC Medicated Q Quick Gel Moist & Whitening is an all-in-one gel from DHC’s popular Medicated Q series.

This one multifunctional gel can function as a lotion, a light milk moisturizer, an intensive cream moisturizer, a mask, and a makeup primer. From the moment you apply DHC Medicated Q Quick Gel Moist & Whitening, your skin will feel smoother. It is formulated with 0.3% coenzyme Q10 (as are all products in the Medicated Q series), a vitamin C derivative for brightening, and daisy flower extract, which helps your skin glow. With just this one step after cleansing, you can bring suppleness to mature skin and have a bright and dewy look. And as a primer, it helps your makeup go on smoothly, even right after the gel is applied. Anyone who loves all-in-one gels will love DHC Medicated Q Quick Gel Moist & Whitening. In addition to the benefits for your skin, it saves time in the morning, at the gym, at night and while traveling.

No added fragrance, colorants or parabens.

How to Use
Smooth a small amount evenly over face. Apply more thickly to use as a night mask.

*Avoid letting it come in contact with clothing, as it may cause staining.

[Quasi-drugs]

Cosmetics and quasi-drugs categories
In Japan, the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour & Welfare classifies the beauty products under 2 categories: cosmetics and quasi-drugs. Quasi-drugs, in opposite to cosmetics, are medicated, have a mild pharmacologic effect and include active ingredients. If the product is approved as a quasi-drug by the ministry, the manufacturer is allowed to actually claim the effectiveness of the product.