Eukroma cream is used to treat skin conditions that cause hyperpigmentation, such as melasma, freckles, and age spots. The cream contains hydroquinone 4%, a skin-bleaching agent that works by reducing the production of melanin, the pigment that gives color to the skin. Eukroma cream may also contain other ingredients such as glycolic acid and tretinoin, which can help to improve the overall appearance of the skin.
Application of Eukroma Cream
Eukroma cream is typically applied topically to the affected areas of the skin once or twice a day. Here are some general steps for applying the cream:
1. Wash your hands and the affected area of the skin with a gentle cleanser and pat dry.
2 .Gently apply a thin layer of the cream to the affected areas of the skin, using your fingertips.
3 .Be sure to cover the entire affected area, not just individual spots.
4 .Avoid applying the cream to your eyes, mouth, and other mucous membranes.
5 .Wash your hands again after applying the cream.
6. Wait a few minutes for the cream to dry before applying any other products to your skin.
Eukroma cream contains hydroquinone, which can cause some side effects. Here are some of the possible side effects of Eukroma cream:
• Skin dryness, redness, and irritation
• Burning or stinging sensation on the skin
• Itching, rash or hives
• Swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat
• Severe skin reactions, such as blisters, crusting, or oozing
• Changes in skin color, such as darkening or lightening of the skin
• Increased sensitivity to sunlight