About SkinLite : The SkinLite cream is a lightening cream that is used to protect the skin against harsh sun conditions while also lightening darkened patches of the skin. The medicinal cream is used in treating multiple skin conditions that cause irritation and itching sensation. Nonetheless, patients are strongly advised to follow a doctor’s prescription in order to get the best sort of treatment from the cream. This medicinal cream contains Oxybenzone topical, Octylmethoxycinnamate, and hydroquinone topical as the active ingredients. They work by inhibiting tyrosinase, a melanin-producing enzyme while also protecting the skin from UV rays. Tyrosinase produces melanin onto the skin thus producing darkened skin patches. The cream is designed to serve both functions; inhibiting the enzyme and guarding the skin against damage from the sun.
How to use SkinLite
SkinLite (Hydroquinone/Octyl Methoxycinnamate/Oxybenzone) is applied to the skin for its bleaching properties. This medicinal cream is used externally only and should not be applied to open wounds, cuts or on any body inlet, i.e., ears, nose, and mouth. Patients should contact a doctor to advice on how best to administer the medication in the event of such open wounds. SkinLite Cream is usually applied twice a day on the affected area. It is applied in a moderate amount to avoid spillage or overuse followed by a smooth massage on the affected area. Patients should wash the affected area before administering and also later wash their hands to prevent the cream acting on the hands. It is important to note that the cream should be applied on a dry surface on the skin.
Patients are encouraged to abide by a physician’s prescription and instruction in order to reap maximum benefits from the cream. This is also encouraged because a different dosage is required for different conditions and symptoms. Self-medication can lead to health problems since individuals might apply the cream wrongly. In the event of over application of the cream, the individual should contact a doctor as soon as possible especially if they experience any irritation or redness.
SkinLite Side Effects
Using SkinLite Cream can bring some unwanted side effects on the skin. Patients are advised to visit a physician if these effects become sever. They include the following; depigmentation, skin irritation, burning sensation, dermatitis, exogenous ochronosis.
People who are on other medication and over-the-counter products like supplements and vitamins are advised to see a doctor before administering the cream to avoid any potential risk. Pregnant women, breast-feeding women and those trying to conceive should contact a physician to confirm whether it is safe to use the cream in their condition. A sign of allergic reaction to the cream should be reported to the doctor immediately; symptoms of allergic reactions include, hives, rashes.