Eukroma Cream (Hydroquinone) - 2% (40g)

Eukroma Cream (Hydroquinone) - 2% (40g)
  • Eukroma Cream (Hydroquinone) - 2% (40g)

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1-2 Items $ 13.10
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  • General Info
  • How To Use
  • Dosage
  • Side effects
  • Precautions

Brand Name : Eukroma

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Manufacturer : Yash

About Eukroma:

Eukroma (Hydroquinone) is a skin-bleaching agent used to lighten areas of darkened skin such as freckles, chloasma (also known as melasma), age spots, and acne scars.

How to use Eukroma

Eukroma (Hydroquinone) is a skin-bleaching agent used to lighten areas of darkened skin such as freckles, chloasma (also known as melasma), age spots, and acne scars.

This medicine works by reducing the production and increasing the breakdown of melanosomes (melanin pigment granules) in the skin`s pigment cells (melanocytes).This is achieved by inhibiting the activity of tyrosinase, the enzyme needed to make melanin.

In most cases, lightening of skin should become noticeable after 4 weeks of treatment. Sometimes it may take longer to see any change but if no bleaching effect is seen after 3 months of treatment, you should stop using Eukroma (Hydroquinone).

To increase the effectiveness of Eukroma (Hydroquinone) you should stay out of the sun, or wear protective clothing and use an SPF15+ sunscreen when outdoors. Do not use sunlamps or tanning salons.

It is important to use Eukroma (Hydroquinone) regularly as directed until you achieve the desired skin tone, after which use only as needed to maintain results

Eukroma Dosage

Test for skin sensitivity before usage by applying the cream to a small patch of hyperpigmented skin. If no redness or itching occurs within 24 hours, begin treatment.

Clean and dry the skin before applying cream sparingly twice daily to the area(s) in need of bleaching. Rub into the skin well.

Apply just enough to cover the affected areas and avoid applying to the normal skin, as this will lighten as well. Wash your hands after applying unless they are also areas of treatment.

Do not apply close to the eyes, mouth, and other mucous membranes.

Avoid using other medicated topical products (particularly peroxide products) on the same area at the same time unless directed to do so by your physician.

When using non-medicated cosmetics, sunscreens, and moisturising lotions, apply Eukroma (Hydroquinone) first, then wait several minutes before applying cosmetic, sunscreen or lotions.

Eukroma Side Effects

Eukroma (Hydroquinone) cream is very well tolerated. Some women may experience minor and temporary skin irritations including mild itching or stinging and reddening of the skin (irritant contact dermatitis). If these reactions do not subside stop using the cream.

Side effects that should warrant discontinuance of Eukroma include severe burning, itching, crusting or swelling of treated areas (possible allergic contact dermatitis) and any unusual skin discolouration.

Prolonged use of Eukroma (Hydroquinone) has been associated with the development of exogenous ochronosis (a persistent blue-black pigmentation), especially in Africa, but this is rare. It might be caused by the presence of other ingredients such as phenol, resorcinol and antimalarial agents, which are known to cause ochronosis.

Eukroma Precautions

Do not use benzoyl peroxide, hydrogen peroxide, or other peroxide products while using Eukroma (Hydroquinone). A temporary dark staining of the skin may occur. If accidentally used together, wash the skin with soap and water to remove stains allergic reactions (including anaphylaxis) in certain susceptible people.

Eukroma (Hydroquinone) should not be used while pregnant or breastfeeding.

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