Melasma, a disorder of facial hyperpigmentation, is most common in women 20 – 50 years of age. Melasma looks like brown, tan, or blue-gray spots on the face and is caused partly by sun, genetic predisposition, and hormonal changes. Combination therapy with hydroquinone, tretinoin, and fluocinolone acetonide has proven effective, but is generally more expensive than older treatments. What is Tri-Luma and why might it be worth spending the money?
Tri-Luma (Flucinolone/Hydroquinone/Tretinoin) is a combination corticosteroid, a retinoid similar to vitamin A, and a drug used to lighten the skin. It is used on the skin to treat melasma. Tri-Luma is the most popular melanin synthesis inhibitor/retinoid/corticosteroid combinations. There are currently no generic alternatives to Tri-Luma.
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