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What is Hydroquinone
Hydroquinone is a topical lightening product found in OTC products, and is used to correct skin discoloration associated with disorders of hyperpigmentation including melasma, post-inflammatory hyperpigmention, sunspots, and freckles. It can be used alone, but is more frequently found in combination with other agents such as alpha-hydroxy acids, corticosteroids, retinoids, or sunscreen. Hydroquinone has come under scrutiny due to several complications associated with its use, including dermal irritation, exogenous onchronosis, and carginogenicity. As a result of these concerns, hydroquinone has been banned in the EU and UK.
Hydroquinone mechanism of action
Hydroquinone reduces melanin pigment production through inhibition of the tyrosinase enzyme, which is involved in the initial step of the melanin pigment biosynthesis pathway. Hydroquinone takes several months to take effect.
Dosage forms of Hydroquinone
|Ultraquin Cream with SPF20||4%||15g Cream||$46.00|
|Neostrata HQ Lightening Gel||2%||30g Gel||$45.00|
|Neostrata HQ Plus Lightening Gel||4%||15g Gel||$45.00|
|Tri-Luma cream||0.01/4/0.5%||30g Cream||$210.00|
Indication of Hydroquinone
Hydroquinone is used as an OTC topical lightening agent for disorders of hyperpigmentation including melasma, post-inflammatory hyperpigmention, sunspots and freckles.
Toxicity of Hydroquinone
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