In this post, we will be sharing some of the most frequently asked questions (FAQ) about our best selling — until the time this post is written —product which is SkinLite Cream. SkinLite Cream FAQ provides comprehensive information on the nature, composition, uses, side effects, precautions and proper usage of SkinLite Cream, a skin lightening agent. This resource serves as a guide for individuals interested in using SkinLite Cream for melasma, acne vulgaris, age spots, dermatitis, and wrinkles. The FAQ also highlights key ingredients, such as hydroquinone, tretinoin, and mometasone, and their respective concentrations. Whether you are a first-time user or seeking further information on SkinLite Cream, the SkinLite Cream FAQ is a valuable resource for ensuring safe and effective use.
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SkinLite Cream FAQ
Skinlite Cream is used for Melasma, Acne vulgaris, Age spots, Dermatitis, and Wrinkles.
Hydroquinone, Tretinoin, and Mometasone are the key ingredients.
Hydroquinone inhibits the enzyme tyrosinase and reduces melanin production.
Tretinoin is a Vitamin A metabolite with keratolytic and anti-inflammatory properties, promoting skin renewal and brightening.
Mometasone is a corticosteroid that blocks inflammatory chemicals and soothes skin by narrowing blood vessels.
Hydroquinone 2%, Tretinoin 0.025%, Mometasone 0.1%.
Skinlite Cream may cause Skin Thinning, Contact Dermatitis, Burning, Allergic Reactions, Hypopigmentation, and Skin Irritation.
Pregnant and breastfeeding women should not use Skinlite Cream.
Limit sun exposure, use sunblock, avoid eyes, nose, mouth, infected areas, do not occlude or use under bandages, use for limited duration as prescribed.
Apply thinly and rub in, avoid sun exposure, use once at night or as prescribed, use broad-spectrum sunblock.