Eukroma Cream is used to reduce the colour of skin and remove any dark spots like age spots, freckles, and other skin discolouration associated with skin trauma, pregnancy, birth control pills, eczema or hormone replacement therapy. Eukroma Cream acts as a skin-bleaching agent and works by inhibiting an enzyme reaction in the applied skin cells.
Eukroma Cream is an effective topical medicine used to treat dark colored patches, freckles, and spots on the skin that appear due to sun exposure, hormonal changes, aging etc.
Drug = Hydroquinone
Strength = 4%
Manufacturer = Yash Pharma Laboratories
How To Take
Eukroma Cream is for external use only. Use it in the dose and duration as advised by your doctor. Check the label for directions before use. Clean and dry the affected area and apply the cream. Wash your hands after applying, unless hands are the affected area.
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Pregnancy:-Eukroma Cream is not recommended for use in pregnant women unless necessary and the benefits outweigh the risks involved. Consult your doctor before taking this medicine.
Breast-feeding:- Eukroma Cream should be used with caution in breastfeeding women. The nursing infant should not come in contact with the medicine that has been applied to the mother's skin while feeding.
External use:-Eukroma Cream should be used for external application only and any contact with the eyes, mouth, nose etc should be prevented.
Use in children:-Eukroma Cream is not recommended for use in children aged less than 12 years.
Skin sensitivity test:-Eukroma Cream is advised to take a sensitivity test to rule out the possibility of an allergic reaction before starting the regular use of this medicine.
It is advised to minimize sun exposure after applying this medicine. Suitable precautionary measures should be taken while stepping outside.
Depilatory (Hair removal) use
Eukroma Cream should not be used for removal of unwanted hair from the body.
Eukroma Cream is used topically to reduce freckles, age spots, darkened skin due to excessive sun exposure or due to change in the levels of certain hormones in the body.