Comparison of 2 . 5 % thioglycolic acid , 2 % hydroquinone , 2 % Haloxyl , and 10 % thioglycolic acid peeling in the treatment of periorbital hyperpigmentation

@inproceedings{Souza2013ComparisonO2,
  title={Comparison of 2 . 5 % thioglycolic acid , 2 % hydroquinone , 2 % Haloxyl , and 10 % thioglycolic acid peeling in the treatment of periorbital hyperpigmentation},
  author={Daniela Moraes Souza and Cristiane Ludtke and Emanuelle Rios de Moraes Souza and Natana Werle Rocha and Magda Blessmann Weber and Ana Paula Dornelles Manzoni},
  year={2013}
}
Introduction: Periorbital hyperpigmentation is a multifactorial dyschromia that involves the eyelid’s vascularization and melanin hyperpigmentation. Objective: To compare the efficacy of 2.5% thioglycolic acid, 2% hydroquinone, 2% Haloxyl, and 10% thioglycolic acid peel in the reduction of dark circles. Methods: Eighty patients were divided into four groups. Groups 1, 2, and 3 underwent treatments with 2.5% thioglycolic acid, 2% hydroquinone, and 2% Haloxyl, respectively. Group 4 underwent five… CONTINUE READING

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