Skinlite Cream is a skin lightening agent. It is used to lighten the skin color. In addition to remove dark spots such as freckles and age spots.
Skinlite Cream Key Points
|Nature||Skin Lightening Agent|
|Uses||Melasma, Acne vulgaris, Age spots, Dermatitis, Wrinkles|
|Composition||Hydroquinone, Mometasone, Tretinoin|
|Side effects||Skin Thinning, Contact Dermatitis, Burning of Skin, Allergic Reactions,
Hypopigmentation, Skin Irritation
- Do not use it for a prolonged duration. Unless prescribed by your dermatologist. As it contains a steroid.
- Besides, avoid sun exposure immediately after applying this medicine.
Moreover, do not apply anywhere near the eyes, nose, and mouth. In addition to any infected or exposed surfaces.
Also, do not occlude (applying a polythene film) after applying this cream or use it under bandages.
Above all, limit sun exposure. In addition, use a broad-spectrum sunscreen while going out in the sun to avoid damage to the skin by radiations.
Finally, you should cover the areas of skin where this medicine is applied when outdoors.
Hydroquinone inhibits an enzyme known as tyrosinase. Moreover, tyrosinase is responsible for the production of a pigment called melanin. Melanin is responsible for skin pigmentation and melasma.
- Mometasone is a corticosteroid. It works by blocking the production of inflammatory chemicals like prostaglandins and leukotrienes. Furthermore, Mometasone narrows and constricts blood vessels.
Tretinoin is a metabolite of Vitamin A and is keratolytic. It is responsible for the elimination of melanin. It also has anti-inflammatory properties.
How to Use Skinlite Cream
Firstly, apply it gently and thinly. Then, rub or massage it thoroughly after applying until the cream absorbs into the skin.
Moreover, exposure to the sun should be avoided. In addition, use a broad-spectrum sunscreen to prevent the sun’s radiation from reaching your skin.
Furthermore, do not use this cream for a prolonged duration to avoid side effects such as skin thinning and irritation.
- Use it once at night or as prescribed.
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