Association of emblica, licorice and belides as an alternative to hydroquinone in the clinical treatment of melasma.

@article{Costa2010AssociationOE,
  title={Association of emblica, licorice and belides as an alternative to hydroquinone in the clinical treatment of melasma.},
  author={Adilson Costa and Tha{\'i}s Abdalla Mois{\'e}s and Tatiana Cordero and Caroline Romanelli Tiburcio Alves and Juliana Marmirori},
  journal={Anais brasileiros de dermatologia},
  year={2010},
  volume={85 5},
  pages={613-20}
}
BACKGROUND Melasma is a common skin pigment disorder with a difficult clinical response to treatment. OBJECTIVES To evaluate the clinical efficacy and safety of the association of Belides, Emblica and Licorice 7%, compared to Hydroquinone 2%, in the treatment of melasma. METHODS After 60 days of exclusive use of an SPF35 sunscreen, 56 women, 18 to 60 years of age, phototypes I to IV, with epidermal or mixed melasma, were divided into two different groups in a mono-blind clinical study: A… CONTINUE READING

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