Eukroma KJ cream is a medication used to treat melasma, which is a skin condition characterized by dark, discolored patches on the skin. This cream helps to lighten these dark patches by reducing the amount of melanin, a skin-darkening pigment, in the affected areas.
It is important to only use this cream externally and as prescribed by your doctor. Before and after applying the cream, wash your hands thoroughly. Using this cream regularly and as instructed is important for achieving the best results. Avoid using more than necessary, as this may increase the risk of side effects.
Some potential side effects of Eukroma KJ cream may include dry skin, itching, skin burn, skin peeling, and skin redness. Serious allergic reactions to this medication are rare, but if you experience persistent or bothersome side effects, notify your doctor. It is recommended to read the instructions provided with the medicine carefully, and avoid getting the cream in contact with your eyes. In case of accidental contact, rinse your eyes thoroughly with water.
It is advisable to perform a patch test by applying a small amount of the cream on unbroken skin or near the pigmented area for several days to check for any allergic reaction. If you experience itching, excessive inflammation, or swelling, discontinue the use of the cream. Pregnant women should consult their doctor before using this medication. If there is no improvement in the condition after two months of treatment, stop using the product.
Eukroma KJ Cream is a prescription medicine primarily used to treat melasma and hyperpigmentation. It comes in a cream form, and the correct dosage depends on individual factors such as age, gender, medical history, and symptoms. Common side effects of this medicine include skin irritation, erythema, and skin burning. These side effects typically go away on their own and do not last long. However, if they worsen or persist, it is important to consult a doctor.
Eukroma KJ Cream has a moderate effect on pregnancy and nursing, and patients should consult their doctor before using it during these times. Additionally, it is important to know if this medicine has any adverse effects on the kidney, liver, or heart. More information on such potential side effects has been provided in the related warnings section. Eukroma KJ Cream contains Hydroquinone and Kojic Acid in a strength of 4%w/w and 2%w/w, respectively. It is manufactured by Yash Pharma and is available in pack sizes of 1, 3, and 6 tubes.