Eukroma

—–What is Eukroma?—–

Eukroma Cream is a medicine that is used for the treatment of Birth control pills, Lightens light brown color patches on skin, Age spots, Skin discolorations associated with pregnancy, Skin trauma, Hormone replacement therapy during menopause and other conditions.

Eukroma Cream contains Hydroquinone as an active ingredient.

Eukroma Cream works by reducing the accumulation of skin pigment and hampers important processes within the cells.

—–How it works—–

Hydroquinone belongs to class of medications called as melanin synthesis inhibitors. It bleaches the skin by reducing the accumulation of skin pigment called melanin that causes darkening of skin.

Fluocinolone belongs to the class of medications called as steroids. It prevents the release of the chemicals (prostaglandins, leukotrienes) in the body that cause inflammation and allergies.

Test for skin sensitivity before using 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 a thin film of cream 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 normal skin, as this will lighten as well. Hence wash your hands after applying unless these are areas of treatment.

Do not apply near 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 them over the top.

To check the skin sensitivity level, apply this cream over the small patch of hyper-pigmented skin. If no redness or itching occurs within 24 hours, begin treatment, then this product suitable for your skin.

Clean and dry the skin before applying a thin layer of cream twice daily to the area in need of bleaching. Rub into the skin well.

  • Apply this cream over the affected area only.
  • Wash your hands after applying this product.

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

Whenever you used Eukroma cream at the same you have to avoid any other peroxide products.

You can apply non-medicated cosmetics, sunscreens and moisturizing lotions over the Eukroma Cream.

Eukroma cream contains hydroquinone a chemical that Inhibits tyrosinase, an enzyme involved in the production of melanin, which is the pigment that gives colour to the skin. Hydroquinone in Eukroma cream works by decreasing the production of melanin pigment in the melanocytes (melanin producing cells) of the skin; as well as increasing the breakdown of melanosomes that contain the melanin. As the amount of melanin produced decreases the darkened skin gradually lightens to match normal skin colour.

Uses

Eukroma lite 2% cream is used in the treatment of hyperpigmentation (dark skin patches) and melasma (dark and discolored patches on the skin)

Eukroma cream is used as a skin lightener to reduce the colour of highly pigmented skin due to over production of the pigment melanin, in a variety of skin conditions. These include liver spots or age spots, also known as senile lentigine, that are common in aging skin, freckles, acne scars and other forms of unwanted skin discolouration. Eukroma cream is also used to treat melasma, which are patches of dark skin discoloration that appear on areas of the face and are caused by exposure to the sun, pregnancy and contraceptive hormones.

—-Uses of Eukroma?—–

Eukroma Cream is a medicine that is used for the treatment of Birth control pills, Lightens light brown color patches on skin, Age spots, Skin discolorations associated with pregnancy, Skin trauma, Hormone replacement therapy during menopause and other conditions.

The complete list of uses for Eukroma Cream is as follows:

  • Birth control pills
  • Lightens light brown color patches on skin
  • Age spots
  • Skin discolorations associated with pregnancy
  • Skin trauma
  • Hormone replacement therapy during menopause

—–Eukroma-SG used?——

Strictly use Eukroma-SG as instructed by your health care provider to get the safest and most effective treatment. It is normally applied to the affected area twice each day, but your particular dosage and frequency of administration will be determined by your health condition, symptoms, and response to other treatments. Never attempt to self-medicate or alter any of the given instructions to prevent causing unexpected health problems.

Before beginning regular use, you may be instructed to apply a small amount of medication on the skin to ensure any unusual reactions will not occur. Before applying the cream, thoroughly wash and dry the area to be treated. Put a small amount of medication on the skin and gently massage it in allowing any excess to air dry. Wash your hands after each application to prevent the cream from affecting your palms. It is suggested to use the medication at the same time each day to get the most efficient results by keeping a consistent level of medicine on the skin.

Attend regular consultations with your health care provider while undergoing treatment to make sure you are getting the correct results. After observing your response to the medication, you may be instructed to adjust your frequency of administration until the best effects are found. If you have any questions about the medicine, be sure to ask your pharmacist or health care provider to ensure the correct usage.

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

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

In most cases, lightening of skin should be seen 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 a 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 bleaching, after which use only as needed to maintain results.

—–Side effects—–

Hormone imbalance, Allergic reaction, Slow growth in children and teenagers, Burning sensation, Itching, Fever, Headache, Lightening of skin color, Skin peeling.

Allergic skin rash, Irritation.

The most commonly reported side effects when using Eukroma include skin sensitivity and contact dermatitis. Eukroma cream contains sodium metabisulphite, which can cause severe allergic reaction. A rare effect of long term use is exogenous ochronosis, which is the build up of blue/black pigment in the skin.

—–Side-effects of Eukroma?—–

The most commonly reported side-effects of Eukroma Cream are Skin reaction, Itchy, Inflamed skin, Mild to moderate irritation, Sore, and Allergic reaction.

The following is a list of possible side effects that may occur from the use of Eukroma Cream. This is not a comprehensive list. These side effects are possible, but do not always occur. Some of the side effects may be rare but serious. Consult your doctor if you observe any of the following side effects, especially if they do not go away.

  • Skin reaction
  • Itchy
  • Inflamed skin
  • Mild to moderate irritation
  • Sore
  • Allergic reaction

-Eukroma Cream Precautions

Before using this drug, inform your doctor about your current list of medications, over the counter products (e.g. vitamins, herbal supplements, etc.), allergies, pre-existing diseases, and current health conditions (e.g. pregnancy, upcoming surgery, etc.). Some health conditions may make you more susceptible to the side effects of the drug. Take as directed by your doctor or follow the direction printed on the product insert. Dosage is based on your condition. Tell your doctor if your condition persists or worsens. Important counseling points are listed below.

Avoid unnecessary sun exposures and cover the treated areas with clothing

Consult your doctor if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant or breastfeeding

Discontinue use and contact your doctor immediately if you develop allergic skin reaction or notice blue-black darkening of skin

Immediately wash-off with water, if the cream gets into your eyes, nose, mouth, or on your lips

Inform your doctor if you are allergic to hydroquinone

Perform a skin sensitivity test to avoid any allergic reaction

Use hydroquinone products carefully

Use of sunscreen is a must while using hydroquinone.

Do not use benzoyl peroxide, hydrogen peroxide, or other peroxide products when using Eukroma (Hydroquinone Acetate/Tretinoin/Mometasone Furoate). A temporary dark staining of the skin may occur. If accidentally used together, wash the skin with soap and water to remove the staining.

Eukroma (Hydroquinone Acetate/Tretinoin/Mometasone Furoate) creams may contain sodium metabisulphite that may cause serious allergic reactions (including anaphylaxis) in certain susceptible people.

Eukroma (Hydroquinone Acetate/Tretinoin/Mometasone Furoate) should not be used in pregnancy or when breastfeeding.

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