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Hydroquinone, Glyceryl Mono Para Amino Benzoate

Hydroquinone, Glyceryl Mono Para Amino Benzoate

Hydroquinone 4% Cream

is a skin bleaching and lightening agent and gives excellent results treating freckles, age spots, melasma and other skin discolorations that may occur due to pregnancy, skin trauma, the use of birth control pills, or hormone replacement therapy. It is also used as acne scar treatment. It produces better results when is used in combination with tretinoin, because while tretinoin polishes and peels the skin, the hydoquinone can reach deeper levels of the skin and erase the dark areas and blemishes.

Hydroquinone does not actually bleach the skin; it simply lightens it by blocking the production of melanin. Common risks are skin irritation and possible allergic responses and it is recommended to not use hydroquinone products for longer than six months.

According to dermadoctor.com, the American Academy of Dermatology stated that “Hydroquinone is one of the most effective molecules for the treatment of dark discoloration over the past 40-50 years and has been used in millions of people. It is used to treat the top concerns among our patients including melasma, photo-aging, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, medically and cosmetic disfiguring dyschromias.” The AAD expressed that hydroquinone is safe and effective, is also present in various food products and there has not been malignancies reported from any of these sources in 50 years of use.

Dosage:

Melalite 4% Cream (Hydroquinone, Glyceryl Mono Para Amino Benzoate) is available in various strengths and as different doses at every leading online pharmacy, drugstore, and medical supply store. It should be used only on doctor’s prescription

How Much Of Melalite 4% Cream (Hydroquinone, Glyceryl Mono Para Amino Benzoate) Should Be Applied?

Recommended Dosage: Apply a thin layer of the Cream to the affected area once/twice a day or as advised by your doctor. Do not take cream in bulk to apply as it will not show any therapeutic efficacy but the piling up of the cream or its side effects.

Side effects:

As another drug a few mild side effects of the cream have been found in rare cases. People may feel slight burning and irritation after applying the cream. You can also observe pimples, itching, dryness, redness and rashes. If you do not get relief from the itching and your skin keeps on irritating you then you must consult your doctor immediately.

Precautions:

A few things to be taken care of are:

  • Avoid the contact of this cream with your eyes, if it happens to wash off immediately
  • Avoid harsh soaps and chemicals on the affected skin
  • Do not venture out in the sun after applying the cream, if you are bound to go, then you must use a good sunscreen
  • Do not use this cream on open wounds
  • Pregnant and breastfeeding mothers should ask about the safety of cream before using it
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