Telangiectasias Caused by Hydroquinone Cream
- Asked by debo201
- 1 year ago
Derm prescribed retin-a and hydroquinone to get rid of brown spots from a chemical peel. After 5 months brown spots faded but Im left with 2 small red marks. New derm said it was broken blood vessels from the hydroquinone. Now Im just using retin-a. Since retin-a stimulates collagen will this help to make those blood vessels less noticable?
Telangiectasia are common side effects from cortisone creams but not from hydroquinone
hydroquinone is not known to cause telangiactasia ( broken blood vessels) so I doubt that is the cause. Both retin-a and hydroquinone can cause irritation of the skin which might make a pre-existing blood vessel more visible .i wouldn't recommend using retin-a in hopes of stimulating collagen to cover visible blood vessels as retin-a is known to stimulate blood vessels also and some physicians think it may cause broken blood vessels
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