J Cosmet Sci 2020 Nov-Dec;71(6):385-397
Unit of Dermatology and Dermatosurgery, CDI Hospital, Milan 20124, Italy (M.C., M.P.), Statistics and Data Management Unit, Latis S.r.l., Genova 16121, Italy (F.M.).
Chemical peeling can reduce skin hyperpigmentation; however, once exhausted its thinning action, the depigmentation process does not continue further. We carried out a monocentric, prospective, noncontrolled study aimed at the evaluation of the efficacy, safety, ease of use, pleasantness, and tolerability of a depigmentation topical treatment program in women submitted to a previous chemical peeling. The topical treatment has been administered daily for 30 days to 16 women submitted to a chemical peeling containing a fixed-dose combination of salicylic acid, pyruvic acid, and retinoic acid within 7 days before study inclusion. Read More