Skin tolerability and efficacy of combination therapy with hydrogen peroxide stabilized cream and adapalene gel in comparison with benzoyl peroxide cream and adapalene gel in common acne. A randomized, investigator‐masked, controlled trial

@article{Capizzi2004SkinTA,
  title={Skin tolerability and efficacy of combination therapy with hydrogen peroxide stabilized cream and adapalene gel in comparison with benzoyl peroxide cream and adapalene gel in common acne. A randomized, investigator‐masked, controlled trial},
  author={R. Capizzi and F. Landi and M. Milani and P. Amerio},
  journal={British Journal of Dermatology},
  year={2004},
  volume={151}
}
Background  Combination therapy with antiseptics such as benzoyl peroxide (BP) and topical retinoids is widely used as first‐line treatment for acne vulgaris (AV). However, these combinations could have a suboptimal skin tolerability. Recently, a new formulation of hydrogen peroxide (HP) 1% in stabilized cream (Crystacide®; Mipharm, Milan, Italy) became available. A previous clinical study has shown that HP cream monotherapy presents a better skin tolerability in comparison with BP in patients… Expand
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