Eukroma Cream

 

What is Eukroma used for?

Eukroma is a skin lightener designed to help reduce skin pigmentation due to the overproduction of the so-called pigment melanin, but it is also effective in a variety of other skin disorders or conditions. Whether you  experience severe symptomps of liver or age spots, freckles, or even acne scars, you may be rest assured that Eukrome will remove and ease any forms of skin disorder. The cream may also be used to treat discoloration on darker skin surfaces that may very well be caused by either prolonged exposure to the sun, contraceptive hormones or pregnancy.It is even capable of treating melasma.

 

How does Eukroma work?

Eukroma contains certain chemicals, such as hydroquinone or tyrosinase, which is an enzyme responsible for producing melanin, the pigment that determines the overall color of our skin. The hydroquinone works two seperate and opposing ways: first, it decreases melanin production in the respective cells of the skin; second, it increases  melanosome breakdown (melanosome contains the melanin).The less melanin is present, the more the darker skin begins to match the normal skin color of the patient.


Side Effects?

  • Possible Skin sensitivity and\or contact dermatitis
  • Allergic reactions due to the presence of metabisulphite
  • possible blue\black pigment build-up (exogenous ochronosis)

 

 When should Eukroma not be used?

You should not use Eukroma cream if you:

  • are allergic to hydroquinone or any ingredients in Eukroma
  • are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • are using benzoyl peroxide, hydrogen peroxide, or other peroxide products with Eukroma, as this combination may cause a temporary darkening of the skin

 

How should Eukroma be used?

It is advised to test your skin against sensitivity before excessive use. If you are not showing any symptoms after 24 hours, then you may proceed to use Eukrome for its desired purpose.


How to Use:

  • Test a small amount of your Eukroma cream for sensitivity before use. If there is no reaction within 24 hours, continue the application
  • 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
  • Do not apply near the eyes, mouth and other mucous membranes
  • Do not use any peroxide after the application of Eukroma Cream.
  • Store your Eukroma below 25°C in a cool dry place.

 

Side Effects:

  • skin sensitivity
  • severe allergic reaction.
  • contact dermatitis
  • exogenous ochronosis

 

Key Ingredients:

  • Hydroquinone (Active key ingredient)
  • Sodium Metabisulphite

 

When should Eukroma not be used?

You should not use Eukroma cream if you:

  • Are allergic to hydroquinone or any ingredients in Eukroma
  • Are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Are using benzoyl peroxide, hydrogen peroxide, or other peroxide products with Eukroma, as this combination may cause a temporary darkening of the skin.

 

How long should you take Eukroma?

Apply your Eukroma cream for up to four weeks before you should expect to see lightening of the skin, but this may take longer to achieve. If you have not noticed any bleaching effect after 3 months, you should stop your treatment with Eukroma cream. After your skin has lightened sufficiently, you can continue to apply Eukroma cream as needed to maintain the reduced color.

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