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From sunscreen in a stick to niacinamide, and a non-hydroquinone, retinol-free skin tone corrector, these are among the promising treatments for hyperpigmentation.
It’s becoming clear that treating hyperpigmentation is much more than targeting the tyrosinase enzyme with topical hydroquinone.
Dermatologists should not depend on a rescue approach for atopic dermatitis flares, says a recent paper. Instead, they should talk with patients about newer treatment options that could offer long-term disease with minimal adverse events.
Phase 3 studies suggest new topical retinoid effectively treats facial and truncal acne.
From automation to application-driven menus, laser technology companies are rolling out devices and handpieces designed to deliver better results and safety profiles.
Novel treatments for rosacea such as intradermal botulinum toxin-A and light therapies show promise, but more data is needed to prove their efficacy and safety in this patient population, says a recent paper.
Acoustic waves help to improve wound healing by increasing the release of systemic growth factors, but can they be used to effectively minimize post-cosmetic surgery scars?