Localized Intradermal Microinjection of Glutathione Versus A Combination of Tranexamic Acid and Kojic Acid for Treatment of Melasma

Nancy Abdel-kader Mahmoud


Abstract


Facial hyperpigmentation is a broad term usually reflecting an increased amount of melanin either within the epidermis, the dermis, or both. Many factors might be responsible for facial hyperpigmentation and the increased pigment might be a local phenomen


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Keywords Localized Intradermal Microinjection of Glutathione Versus A Combination of Tranexamic Acid and Kojic Acid for Treatment of Melasma
Issue Date 2009
Description Facial hyperpigmentation is a broad term usually reflecting an increased amount of melanin either within the epidermis, the dermis, or both. Many factors might be responsible for facial hyperpigmentation and the increased pigment might be a local phenomen
URI http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/12345678/47754


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