Characteristics of pigmentary disorders within population groups
- Acne in Individuals with Colored Skin
- Acne in skin of color: Practical Facts
Hyperpigmentary Disorders in Caucasians
- Pigment Characteristics in the Caucasian Population
- Pigmentary disorders of the skin during Pregnancy
- Rosacea in individuals with skin of color
- Pigmentation around the Eyes in Singapore
- Cosmetic Pigmentary Concerns in Singaporeans
Diagnostic tools & Research:
- Confocal Microscopy
- Studying Postinflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH) on human skin
- A tool to study Rhododenol (Rhododendrol) induced leucoderma (Vitiligo-like lesions)
- Pigment Research Using In Vitro Models
- Wood’s light: How does it work ?
Physiology and Pathophysiology (Hyperpigmentation and Hypopigmentation):
- Pigmentary Anomalies Along Blaschko’s Lines Secondary To Mosaicism
- Pigmentation: The Role of Blood Vessels
- Dark Circles Around The Eyes: Why ?
- Skin Color Regulation By Genes
- The Role of Keratinocytes in Disorders of Pigmentation
- Smoking-Induced Pigmentation: Why ?
- Solar lentigo (sunspots, liver spots) and Fat Intake
Treatment of Pigmentary Disorders:
- Treatment of Hyperpigmentation
- Acne Vulgaris: how to treat acne AND hyperpigmentation with one product ?
- Treatment of Axillary Hyperpigmentation ?
- Chemical Peels to Treat Pigmentary Disorders
- Depigmentation: Ebselen and Retinaldehyde ?
- What’s new in depigmenting molecules ? (Presentation: Scientific Conference in 2010)
- Skin Whitening: Comparing Hydroquinone with a Combination of Ellagic/salicylic Acids
- Hydroquinone (1) (2) :
- Hydroquinone To Treat Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation Caused By Acne Vulgaris
- Side effects:
- Topical isonicotinic acid hydrazide (isoniazid) as a new skin depigmenting compound
- Lignin Peroxidase: a cosmeceutical to treat hyperpigmentation
- Treatment of post-inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH) in Caucasians
- Practical rules for the Treatment of Pigmentation Disorders
- Treatment of Solar Lentigines in Caucasians
- L-ascorbic acid (Vitamin C)
- Rhododenol (Rhododendrol):
- Rhododenol (Rhododendrol)-induced leukoderma: an objective way to ascertain normalization of the skin
- Rhododenol-induced cyotoxicity: proposed mechanism of action
- Rhododenol (Rhododendrol) – induced toxicity appears to happen at higher concentrations and the protective mechanism it triggers
- Treatment of Hypopigmentation