Demelan cream is a topical cream used for the management of conditions associated with skin pigmentation. It contains arbutin, glycolic acid and kojic acid. It helps to reduce dark skin discolouration that is caused by sun exposure, certain disease, pregnancy, etc. Demelan cream is a skin lightening agent, works to improve skin texture and pigment. Demelan cream should be used externally only. Do not overuse this cream, it may cause skin irritation if used for more than recommended duration....
Q: How long can I use Demelan cream?
A: You should use Demelan cream for as long as prescribed by the doctor. Follow all the instructions and do not stop using Demelan cream on your own.
Q: How to use Demelan cream?
A: You should use Demelan cream as instructed by the doctor preferably at night. Clean the affected area and apply a small amount of the cream. Wash your hands before and after using Demelan cream unless your hands are the area to be treated.
Q: Demelan cream has been expired, can I use this expired cream?
A: Do not use Demelan cream after the expiry date on the label. The expiry date refers to the last day of that month.
Q: What should I do if my eyes come in contact with Demelan cream?
A: If you get any cream in your eyes, rinse with water straight away and consult your doctor.
Q: Can Demelan cream be used to treat acne scars
A: Yes, Demelan cream can lighten or treat the facial marks due to pimples or acne.
Q: Is Demelan cream used for hyperpigmentation?
A: Yes, this cream is used for the management of hyperpigmentation. Hyperpigmentation is a skin colour disorder characterised by darkened patches or spots on skin due to the excessive formation of a skin pigment melanin. Components of the Demelan cream can help reduce the formation of melanin also protects your skin from the sun which could induce melanin formation.