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Triluma on the body
Has anyone tried using Triluma on areas other than the face? I was prescribed it for post inflammatory hyperpigmentation in the underarms. Also does the hyperpigmentation come back once you stop using it?
I’ve been using Curology for the past 3 month, my formula is .035% tret/ 2% Tranexamic acid/ 4% Niacinamide. My skin looks really good now but I still need to tackle my melasma. The majority of my melasma are on my cheeks. Can I spot treat them and use the Curology on the rest of my face? Thanks!
Started using Triluma over the last 3 weeks. Slowly reintroducing it. I have very sensitive skin with hyperpigmentation that I’m trying to get under control. Plus it’s obviously helpful with other issues. Anyway I typically use The Ordinary products. And the day after using Triluma, I did two layers of Hyaluronic Acid, their Natural Moisturizing Factors & HA, followed with a high SPF. And my skin has now turned red and is obviously inflamed. Currently washing it off and will just top will Elta MD SPF. Any thoughts on what happened? Thank you.
I have dark and red spots due to acne scars and not using sunscreen last year and my face looks much darker than my body. I’m thinking about using triluma temporary than start introducing tretinoin alone. Do you think I should start using tretinoin first and then stop tretinoin then use Triluma bc it has a formula of hydroquinone and tretinoin together or the other way around?
I want to start using triluma(it has fluocinolone acetonide, hydroquinone, and tretinoin - 0.01%/4%/0.05%) cream on my forehead area to get rid of melasma(sun damage). I been using Retin-A Micro Gel .05 every other day for a month. can i use triluma on the forehead and the .05 gel on the rest of the face? Wondering what the best method is to get rid of forehead melasma. I wear high ppd sunscreen everday.
Hello everyone. I’ve been using .025% tret every night now for about 4 months. I did not have any purging and even in the lowest strength it’s worked wonders for me. My order for the next level strength .05% will be arriving soon. After adjusting to this strength I’ve been highly considering ordering Triluma online as I still have some PIH. Does anyone have experience with this product? I know some say that hudroquinone isn’t safe but I do feel it is safe to use. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
[Routine Help] Should I use Triluma or Differin for issues such as PIH, Dull Skin and Acne.
I am a 25 year old guy, so I just want to add vitamin A in my routine. I want to incorporate it to address the problem of dull skin, PIH and acne. I used to get one or two pimples on my cheeks around the bear line on a constant basis and they usually healed with a dark patch because of me picking them. However, its been 2 months since I've been using BPO 2.5% and have successfully cleared my face but I still want to keep continue using it since I don't want those pimples to pop back up but I also want to get rid of the dark spots that are left behind on my cheek along with slightly brighten my dull complexion. I am torn apart between:
Using Differin (Adaplene + BPO) for Acne and vitamin A, but this will not address my dull skin and dark spots.
Using Triluma (Tretinoin + Hydroquinone) for Bright Skin and vitamin A, but this will not address my acne popping back up.
I use sunscreen diligently and use Salicylic Acid cleanser and a very good shea butter moisturizer. Now what should I do:
Use Triluma (Tretinoin + Hydroquinone) for Bright Skin along with BPO 2.5% separately? or
Use Differin (Adaplene + BPO) for Acne and use an AHA like glycolic acid or hydroquinone separately?
Please post some other things which I should incorporate? HELP ME OUT!!!
I am of a darker skin type and my doctor prescribed me triluma because I have some bad hyperpigmentation on my face. What I am worried about is it causing irritation and making the situation worse. I have used tretinoin in the past and it irritated my skin and damaged my moisture barrier using it everyday (even with moisturizer) but when I decided to use it every third day, I felt like I didn't see any results. I know that irritation can make hyperpigmentation worse and that is what ultimately why I am scared and worried to use triluma and that the results will ultimately backfire. Should I use triluma if I have dark skin?
My dermatologist recommended Triluma to correct some pigmentation issues on my face. My insurance doesn't cover it, so I am trying to source the best price. Does anyone use Triluma? Do you have any feedback? Have you had success? Is there a good low cost source? Thanks for your feedback!!!
I came across this group by accident and am so fascinated by the results and want to start using this to help with hyperpigmentation (from acne and sun damage). Where do I buy this stuff? Is a prescription required? Has anyone had good results with TRILUMA 15 GM CREAM? (Found on reliable RX) Ingredients are: HYDROQUINON 4%, TRETINOIN 0.05%, FLUOCINOLONE 0.01%
[skin concern] Post-fraxel on POC skin. Is it safe to use Tri-luma when I developed post inflammatory hyperpigmentation from it before?
Hi guys, I got fraxel done and my dermatologist put me on Tri-Luma. Found out it has 4% HQ. A year ago I put HQ on and developed PIH. I'm not sure how safe it is to use it again. My dermatologist is afraid of PIH post fraxel which is why she put me on Tri-Luma. Would a better approach be to use Tretnoin instead (i've been on it for a year) to tackle possible PIH?
I’ve been using Triluma cream for my terrible melasma and made great progress over the winter. Then I went to the beach for a few days. I wore SPF50 and a hat the entire time and yet my melasma has come back horribly! Apparently it can be triggered by heat and not even sun exposure?! Also, any acne I had during these few days has healed as melasma. I’m beyond frustrated.
I’m 45, no acne history, I have a melasma mustache and hyperpigmentation from years of sun damage, slight roesa , fine lines and a large line on one eye bag, no doubt, from botched fillers. I’ve seen 3 Derms over the course of 1.5 yrs. I first was given TriLuma, which helped fade my melasma, but I stopped after first round. Then I was given Trent .5..... 6 months of religious use and I notice Roesa is slightly improving, sun damage is lightly fading but melasma has worsened. What I need is help with is a am & pm regime in addition to Trent? Can I use TriLuma over it for my mustache? Perhaps a stronger strength Trent? Does anyone use Skincuticuels CE Ferluic? I was thinking of adding in am? Recommendations for a good Am&pm moisturizer? And lastly, any additions of serums for anti-aging? Eye bags? I’m currently using REN moisturizer and sunscreen. TYIA
Is it okay to use hydroquinone and niacinamide together? My derm prescribed me a compounded prescription similar to triluma (but with 6% hydroquinone). I read that you are not supposed to use both of these actives at the same time. I use stratia liquid gold which has 4% niacinamide and I moisturize after applying the prescription. Is it okay to mix them or not? Thank you very much!
[skin concerns] I have melasma on my upper lip that seems to be getting darker with every product/routine I use...please help!
https://imgur.com/a/uAtKaq6 I’m pretty sure this is Melasma on my upper lip. Its been getting darker and I feel like I’ve been trying everything. It seemed to show itself after I went on a cruise last summer to Mexico. AM: splash face with water, summer fridays cc serum, cosrx snail mucin, zo daily serum, TO aza, and centella purito green level spf 50 pa++++ and/or bioderma photoderm spf 30. PM: wash with cerave hydrating cleanser, TO niacinamide, snail mucin, wait 20 mins apply tret, wait for it to absorb a bit and here ive been alternating with zo hq 4% or aza. I was using just the hq 4% every night but then got nervous as it got hotter here and switched over to aza. The usually i finish off with cerave in the tub or a sleeping mask from cosrx or aquaphor if i was flaky the previous day. This has been my routine for about two months now, tret i use about 5 days a week, everything else I use daily. I went hard when quarantine started, but feared the brown spots were getting darker, which was confirmed by some family members after recently seeing me for the first time in while. I recently ordered The Inkey List Tranexamic Acid Hyperpigmentation Treatment and TO Alpha Arbutrin 2% after seeing a post on here. Im not sure where to fit these into my routine once I do receive them. Any help with that would also be appreciated. I also have an appt with my derm but that wont be until next month. Just hoping for some insight here.
Indian skincare is usually synonymous with natural, which overlooks the incredibly cheap and easily available ingredients available without a prescription. Here's a list of my favourites which I buy from my local chemists or amazon. Some were recommended by my dermatologist, and some I found after research. I have had far better results with these than any natural drugstore products or home remedies, and I really wish people weren't so fixated on being "natural" and "chemical-free" when we have such effective and medical grade skincare that is so easily accessible. Face:
Aziderm (Azelaic acid 20%): My absolute HG. My skin is super sensitive and prone to breakouts/rashes/overexfoliation, and I can use this almost every day with no adverse effects. I put it before bed, seal it with a gel moisturizer, and when I wake up my skin is brighter, smoother, looks airbrushed and my pores are nearly invisible. It helps with hyperpigmentation, CCs and rosacea.
Sebogel (Salicylic Acid 2%, Niacinamide 7%) I use this as both a spot treatment and face mask around once a week. It works just like any SA treatment and clears my pores, while the niacinamide is brightening.
Kojivit Plus (Octinoxate 7.5%, Glycolic acid 3%, Kojic acid 2.5%, Arbutin 1.5%): Spot treatment for hyperpigmentation and acne. If I'm not using Biluma, I use this, and it's really gentle and effective.
Biluma (Kojic acid, Arbutin) This fades dark spots like nobody's business. When my skin was at its worst, I mixed it with Nadoxin and put it on both active acne and acne scars before bed and it completely nuked them.
Glycol 6 (Glycolic acid 6%): I use this as a mask once in 2 weeks or so, and it really makes my skin even and soft.
Triluma (Hydroquinone 4%, Tretinoin 0.05%): I use this for the KP and acne scars on my back. Tried using it on my face once and it peeled so badly lmao.
Glycol 12 (Glycolic acid 12%): Same use as above.
Urelact (Urea 10%, Lactic acid 10%): I have horrible ingrown hair on my legs, which urea is supposed to help with. This exfoliates pretty well. I mix it with Salicylix SF and use it a couple times a week.
Salicylix SF (Salicylic Acid 6%): Recommended by my dermatologist. I put this on my legs and back for a few hours to unclog the KP.
These products have worked far better for me than any other skincare. I still use normal skincare products in my routine, but the products mentioned above are the heavy hitters and the rest just sort of assist them. A lot are left over from my haul phase where I bought a lot of stuff without understanding my skin needs or type, so I'm trying to use them up. But I've found that my skin reacts the best to a minimalistic routine with a maximum of 3 layers. I don't have a fixed routine, I just use what my skin needs from day to day. My other HG skincare:
Kama Ayurveda Pure Rosewater Mist
SebaMed Face Care Gel
Nykaa Naturals Rosehip Facial Oil
Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay Mask
Banila Co Clean It Zero Cleansing Balm
Tosowoong Propolis Sparkle Ampoule
Skinfood Black Sugar Strawberry Wash-Off Face Mask
Innisfree sheet masks
Tosowoong sheet masks
Etude House Sunprise Mild Airy Finish Sun Milk SPF50+ / PA+++
I received my . 05% cream from Beauty Bliss today! I was using TriLuma 2x/wk the last 6 months and Azelex the other nights without irritation or excessive peeling. AM I use PC BHA 2% then Timeless Vit C. Because TriLuma has the steroid to reduce potential irritation, should I assume that my tolerance with plain tret will be lower and therefore follow the guidelines in the wiki (stop Azelex and BHA) and act like I've never used tret? AM: - rinse with warm water, pat dry - But C - Nivea Soft cream - La Roche Pose Mineral Face SPF 50 PM 2x/wk: - cleansing balm - CeraVe hydrating cleanser - dry 15 min - tret - Nivea Soft Other nights, skip tret ETA: goal: acne control and anti-aging
Has anyone experienced melasma occurring during use of hormonal IUD? I have had mirena for about 3 years and started noticing a darkening patch on my upper lip about a year into it, which is now clearly noticeable and totally embarrassing. I used to be able to wear nothing but sunscreen on my face. Thanks to melasma, I have to pile on orangey concealer followed by foundation to even out that color with the rest of my face. I saw a dermatologist a while back and was prescribed triluma, which I've been using for almost 3 months with NO changes. Before that, I had been using an OTC hydroquinone cream that also gave no results. I've read conflicting info on melasma and hormonal IUDs, some recommending it as an alternative to bc pills and others saying they think it caused their melasma. My own Dr said it was possible but uncommon. I love everything else about having an IUD but if this is a side effect, I'm ready to get it removed ASAP. Also, if anyone has experienced this and had it removed, did your melasma get better?
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