Eukroma 2%, as the name suggests, contains 2% of hydroquinone in it. It is an effective topical medicine that bleaches the skin from the inside and reduce the production of a pigment called melanin. Melanin is responsible for darkening of the skin. It does so by inhibiting the activity of tyrosinase, an enzyme required to make melanin.
How to Apply Eukroma Lite?
This medicine is for external use and topical application only. Strictly follow the instructions given by your doctor or as instructed on the label.
Clean and dry the affected area of the skin thoroughly before applying the cream. Wash your hands completely after applying to avoid any infection.
Benefits of Eukroma Hydroquinone 2% Cream
Hydroquinone 2% is a means to slowly bleach your skin by inhibiting an enzyme called tyrosinase which is vital in the creation of a pigment called melanin. It plays an important part in absorbing UV radiation to protect you from the harmful UV rays.
You will see the results in up to 2-3 weeks. Make sure you stay hydrated. Use a good quality of sunscreen before you step out. See the Eukroma before and after effects and you will be amazed to see the results.
Different medicines act differently from person to person. You should always check with your doctor for all possible interactions before starting any medicine.
Apply the missed dose of the cream as soon as you remember. But if it is almost the time for your next one, skip that missed dose and continue your regular schedule.
Contact your doctor immediately, if you’ve accidentally swallowed the medicine
Follow the package instructions or as directed by your doctor.
It is usually applied twice a day on the affected area generally in the mornings and evenings. Avoid any contact with lips, eyes, nose or broken skin.
For special people
This medicine is generally not recommended to be used by the pregnant women unless it is absolutely necessary or the benefits outrank the risks involved. Then too, consult your doctor before taking any medications.
The breast-feeding women should avoid applying this medicine or the infant should not come into contact with the cream that has been applied to mother’s skin.
This medicine is not recommended to be used by the children below 12 years.
It is advised to take a sensitivity test due to the possibility of allergic reaction before starting to use this medicine regularly.
It is recommended to minimize sun exposure after applying this cream. Take precautionary measures and use protective clothes before stepping outside.
Should not be used to remove the unwanted hair from the body.
Major or Minor Side Effects of Using Eukroma Cream
You might experience some major or minor side effects by using this medicine, some of which are as follows: –
- Dry Skin.
- Skin Burn.
- Itchy and dry skin.
- Peeling of skin.
- Swelling of skin on the affected area.
- Burning or stinging sensation on the site of application.