New pubblication on Journal of Clinical and Cosmetic Dermatology
A Cosmeceutical Retinoid-Based Depigmentant Formula for Different Skin Types and Ethnicities
Cristina García-Millán, Maria Teresa Truchuelo, Maria Teresita Gabriel, Vincenzo Nobile, Karla García, María Vitale
Disorders in skin pigmentation are a common cause of consultation for dermatologists and other physicians. Psychological distress is a usual feeling in many patients, especially when the affected area is visible such as the face. Thus, an effective treatment is important for both, the patient and the professional. A lot of scientific research has been performed in order to elucidate the mechanisms that controls and regulate skin pigmentation and also to discover new treatments to prevent, reduce or remove such dermatosis. However, different types of dyschromia are triggered by sun exposure hormonal imbalance, pregnancy, drugs, toxics, trauma, etc.