Melanofree topical cream 30g
Melanofri Topical Cream is indicated for the short-term, intermittent treatment of moderate to severe facial melasma when sun protection measures are in place, including the use of sunscreen
Compound: Each 1 gram of cream contains:
Fluocinolone acetonide 0.01%
Properties: hydroquinone 4% – blocks melanin synthesis and evens out skin tone and color; tretinoin 0.05% – exfoliates, rejuvenates and protects the skin; fluocinolone acetonide 0.01% – relieves inflammation and heals the skin, gives a quick result in 8 weeks; FDA-approved drug with 3 active ingredients.
Indications: Melanofri Topical Cream is indicated for the short-term, intermittent treatment of moderate to severe facial melasma when sun protection measures are in place, including the use of sunscreen.
Dosage and administration: wash your face gently with a mild cleanser; apply the cream once a day at night, at least 30 minutes before bed; apply a small amount (the size of a pea or ½ centimeter or less) of the cream to the tip of your finger; apply an evenly thin layer of cream on hyperpigmented areas; include also about 5 millimeters of normal skin surrounding the affected area and lightly rub the cream. The cream should be well absorbed. If you can still see it, then you are using it too much; be sure to wash your hands afterwards; avoid using other products on the treated area for at least 1 hour after application; if there is dryness, apply a moisturizer; the result will be visible in 1-4 weeks; treatment time 2-4 months or as prescribed by your doctor; a second course is possible only after consulting a doctor.
Contraindications: pregnancy and lactation; acute inflammatory (including eczematous) skin lesions (dermatitis, seborrhea, etc.); rosacea; skin lesions (wounds, burns, etc.); photosensitivity; diseases of the rectum; Addison’s disease; allergic to sulfites or any of the components of the cream; hypersensitivity to any of the components of the cream (stop use and ask your doctor if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: hives, difficulty breathing, swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat).
Precautionary measures: – avoid products that can dry or irritate the skin, such as abrasive cleaners, scrubs or peels, alcohol-based products, benzoyl peroxide, soaps; -exposure to ultraviolet radiation as well as heat, wind or cold should be avoided. If exposure cannot be prevented, then sunscreen (SPF 30 or more) and protective clothing must be worn. After stopping treatment, you still need to protect your skin from the sun’s rays; – if you are burned, stop using the cream until your skin has healed; – Avoid contact with mucous membranes of the nose, mouth and eyes. In case of contact, rinse with warm water.
Side effects: In controlled clinical trials, the most frequently reported side effects were: redness; peeling; burning; dryness and itching at the site of application. Stop use and tell your doctor if you have any of the following side effects: darkening of treated skin; severe skin irritation; bubble formation; weeping, increase in the area of the lesion or the formation of a crust; painful burning or swelling of the skin; any type of breathing problem; irritation to the eyes, nose or mouth.
Storage method: At a temperature not higher than 30 degrees.