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Tri-Luma® Cream Not Available, Dermatologists Recommend Hydro-Q 4% Gel® as suitable substitute


Malvern, PA (November 15, 2010) During the indefinite manufacturers backorder of Tri-Luma® Cream, Hydro-Q 4% Gel® has been recommended by many Dermatologists.
Hydro-Q 4% Gel ®contains the prescription strength hydroquinone in a cosmetically elegant water based gel formulation to help lighten dark spots (hyperpigmented) on facial skin, especially on the cheeks and forehead.
According to Dr. Manjula Jegasothy, the founder of the Miami Skin Institute, and is Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology in Miami,” Hydro-Q 4% Gel ®is an excellent choice for the treatment of hyperpigmentation. The active ingredient in Hydro-Q 4% Gel ®is hydroquinone, a skin lightening agent, which is considered to be the gold standard for the treatment of hyperpigmentation”.
Hydro-Q is contraindicated in any patient that has a prior history of sensitivity or allergic reaction to hydroquinone or any of the other ingredients. The safety of use during pregnancy or in children 12 years of age and under has not been established.
Hydro-Q 4% Gel® is supplied by DermAvance Pharmaceuticals, a specialty dermatology company that develops innovative topical products for aesthetic physicians. Visit us at

Hydro-Q 4% Gel® is a Registered Trademark of DermAvance
Tri-Luma® Cream is a Registered trademark of Galderma.


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