Benoquin Cream – Effective For Skin Problems
Benoquin cream, which is also called Monobenzone, is very effective to treat skin condition called Vitiligo which is marked by appearance of white patches on the skin, especially on face leading to severe psychological trauma and can cause severe depression in the individual affected by this skin condition and the sad part is that there is no cure for this skin disorder. But the good news is that there are several treatments that promises to reduce depigmentation caused when our skin is exposed to ultraviolet rays that results in sunburns, tanning or skin irritations which are quiet common, but when your skin is over exposed to sun rays it may put you at risk for developing Vitiligo.
With the help of Benoquin (Monobenzone) cream you can control Vitiligo from spreading and retain the even look of the skin, this cream works by influencing the Melanocytes (the cells producing melanin which is a skin color pigment) by removing melanin from skin cells and lighten the darker skin around areas of Vitiligo and this helps you to get even skin tone. Benoquin cream contains Monobenzone that is responsible for treating Vitiligo effectively. This cream gives you desired result on just limited number of applications as per the dose prescribed by the doctor.
How to use Benoquin Cream?
- Benoquin cream treats skin disorder like Vitiligo.
- Before using this cream wash the affected area with water and apply a thin layer of Benoquin Cream and gently rub into the pigmented area two or three times daily.
- Once you apply the cream do not expose your skin to the sun rays.
- Use this cream exactly as directed by your doctor for best results.
Precautions Before Applying Benoquin Cream:
- Before using Benoquin cream talk to your doctor to know about the right way to use.
- Apply Benoquin Cream on clean and dry face. Wash your hands before and after applying Benoquin Cream.
- Apply this medicine only on the affected part or skin of your body.
- This cream should not be used by pregnant women or breast feeding women.
- This drug should not be taken orally, consult with your doctor before using this medicine on open wounds, dry, chapped, irritated, or sun-burned skin.
- If you are allergic to hydroquinone do not use this drug as it can cause allergic reaction.
- Make sure to not allow medication to get into your eyes or nose or mouth.
- Do not overexpose your skin to sunlight after applying this drug as rays of the sunlight can lead to skin complications.