Cosmetic Corner

Cosmetic Corner: Dermatologists Weigh in on Pigment Correctors

Leading dermatologists offered their recommendations on the top pigment correctors. See what they’re recommending to their patients and why.


 

To improve patient care and outcomes, leading dermatologists offered their recommendations on pigment correctors. Consideration must be given to:

  • dEp Patch Full Face Mask
    Activaderm, Inc
    “This product uses microcurrent to push vitamin C into the skin. Vitamin C, a known antioxidant that usually has a difficult time passing through the stratum corneum, corrects pigmentary abnormalities. The product also comes with a botanical pigment corrector.”—Gary Goldenberg, MD, New York, New York
  • De-Spot Skin Brightening Corrector
    Peter Thomas Roth Labs LLC
    “This product is a useful over-the-counter adjunct to prescription-strength hydroquinone, with niacinamide as one of the active ingredients.”—Shari Lipner, MD, PhD, New York, New York
  • Glytone Dark Spot Corrector
    Pierre Fabre Laboratories
    “With 2% hydroquinone, glycolic acid, and kojic acid, you have a highly effective combination of ingredients that work synergistically to lighten areas of skin discoloration.”—Jeannette Graf, MD, Great Neck, New York

Cutis invites readers to send us their recommendations. Bar soap, lip plumper, and night cream will be featured in upcoming editions of Cosmetic Corner. Please e-mail your recommendation(s) to the Editorial Office.

Disclaimer: Opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of Cutis or Frontline Medical Communications Inc. and shall not be used for product endorsement purposes. Any reference made to a specific commercial product does not indicate or imply that Cutis or Frontline Medical Communications Inc. endorses, recommends, or favors the product mentioned. No guarantee is given to the effects of recommended products.

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