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Bijlage 2 Garg, V.K.,

Bijlage 2 Garg, V.K., Sinha, S., Sarkar, R., (2008). Glycolic acid peels versus salicylic-mandelic acid peels in active acne vulgaris and post-acne scarring and hyperpigmentation: A comparative study. Dermatologic Surgery, 35, 59-65. Glycolic Acid Peels Versus Salicylic–Mandelic Acid Peels in Active Acne Vulgaris and Post-Acne Scarring and Hyperpigmentation: A Comparative Study 1. VIJAY KUMAR GARG MBBS, MD, MNAMS, 2. SURABHI SINHA MBBS, 3. RASHMI SARKAR MBBS, MD Article first published online: 9 DEC 2008 DOI: 10.1111/j.1524-4725.2008.34383.x © 2008 by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Inc. Issue Dermatologic Surgery How to CiteAuthor InformationPublication History How to Cite GARG, V. K., SINHA, S. and SARKAR, R. (2009), Glycolic Acid Peels Versus Salicylic– Mandelic Acid Peels in Active Acne Vulgaris and Post-Acne Scarring and Hyperpigmentation: A Comparative Study. Dermatologic Surgery, 35: 59–65. doi: 10.1111/j.1524-4725.2008.34383.x Author Information 1. Department of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology, Maulana Azad Medical College and Associated Lok Nayak Hospital, New Delhi, India * Address correspondence and reprint requests to: Vijay Kumar Garg, MBBS, MD, MNAMS, Professor & Head, Department of Dermatology, Maulana Azad Medical College and Associated Lok Nayak Hospital, New Delhi-110002, India, or e-mail: vijaykga@gmail.com 10

Publication History 1. Issue published online: 5 JAN 2009 2. Article first published online: 9 DEC 2008 ARTICLE TOOLS Get PDF (809K) Save to My Profile E-mail Link to this Article Export Citation for this Article Get Citation Alerts Request Permissions More Sharing ServicesShare|Share on citeulikeShare on connoteaShare on deliciousShare on www.mendeley.comShare on twitter Abstract Article References Cited By View Full Article (HTML) Get PDF (809K) BACKGROUND Many clinicians have used glycolic acid (GA) peels for facial acne, scarring, and hyperpigmentation, mainly in lighter skin types. Salicylic–mandelic acid combination peels (SMPs) are a newer modality, and there have been no well-controlled studies comparing them with other conventional agents. OBJECTIVE To compare the therapeutic efficacy and tolerability of 35% GA peels and 20% salicylic–10% mandelic acid peels in active acne and post-acne scarring and hyperpigmentation. METHODS AND MATERIALS Forty-four patients with facial acne and post-acne scarring and hyperpigmentation were divided into two groups, with one receiving GA peels and the other SMPs at fortnightly intervals for six sessions. The treating physician performed objective evaluation of treatment outcomes. The patients, the treating physician, and an independent observer made subjective assessments. Side effects of both agents were also noted. RESULTS Both the agents were effective, but SMPs had a higher efficacy for most active acne lesions (p

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