WHAT IS BRITE® CREAM BY WALLACE RIVELA
Brite® Skin Lightening Cream is made by famous concern Wallace Rivela. Brite Cream is combined with sun protection and considered as an alternative to branded Lustra cream, Eldoquin cream and Ultraquin cream. Brite cream is prescribed for the treatment of skin discolorations associated with pregnancy, lightens light brown color patches on skin, age spots, underarm or bikini dark spots, skin trauma, post inflammatory conditions, birth control pills, hormone replacement therapy during menopause along with several other problems. Brite Cream contains the salts Hydroquinone, Oxybenzone as active ingredients.
HOW DOES BRITE CREAM LUSTRA GENERIC WORK
Brite Skin Lightening Cream improves the skin condition reducing the accumulation of skin pigment and hampers important processes within the cells. Diminishing the penetration of UV light through the epidermis. Brite cream is used in the treatment, control, prevention, & improvement of the following skin conditions and symptoms:
- Skin discolorations associated with pregnancy;
- Lightens light brown color patches on the skin;
- Age spots removal, skin trauma, sunburn;
- Birth control pills;
- Hormone replacement therapy during menopause.
BRITE CREAM LUSTRA GENERIC SIDE-EFFECTS
The following is an exhaustive list of side-effects that may occur for all the constituting molecules of Brite Cream. Some of these side-effects may be very rare. Not every side effect occurs in every person. Please consult your dermatologist if you observe any of these side effects even in the mild form: skin reaction, itchy, inflamed skin, mild to moderate irritation, sore, allergic reaction. Cream is an alternative to Mediquin, Vitaquin, Lumiquin, Lumacip Plus, Melanox, Refaquin, Interquin.
BRITE CREAM LUSTRA GENERIC COMPOSITION
- 4% Hydroquinone USP – In simplest terms, hydroquinone 4% cream is a way to gradually bleach your skin by inhibiting the enzyme tyrosinase, which is essential in the production of the pigment melanin. Melanin is the pigment in our skin that plays a huge role in determining our complexion, and more importantly, plays an active role in absorbing UV radiation from the sun. When hydroquinone cream inhibits tyrosinase, less melanin is produced, and this creates a lighter appearance of the skin in the treated area.
- 3% Oxybenzone USP – Oxybenzone primarily functions as a photostabilizer and sunscreen. Among the vast selection of sunscreen active ingredients, Oxybenzone is classified as a “chemical” sunscreen agent. Inadequate when used alone, Oxybenzone absorbs UVB and short UVA rays but is a relatively weak chemical UV absorber. It also helps preserve the integrity of other cosmetic ingredients, preventing their deterioration under the sun. For this reason, Oxybenzone is most often used in conjunction with other sunscreen agents. Besides sunscreen, it can be found in a variety of personal care products such as nail polish, lotions, and lipstick.
- 5% Octinoxate USP – Octinoxate filters UV‐B rays from the sun. It does not protect against UV-A rays. Octinoxate dissolves in oil, which makes it a fat-seeking substance in the body. It is formed by combining methoxycinnamic acid and 2-ethyl hexanol- compounds which are not harmful on their own. When mixed together, they form a clear liquid that does not dissolve in water. It is found in hair color products and shampoos, sunscreen, lipstick, nail polish, and skin creams. In products other than sunscreens, it is used as a UV filter to protect the products from degrading when exposed to the sun.
BRITE CREAM PRECAUTIONS
Please consult with your dermatologist and read carefully product package for this information. Brite Cream contraindications are the following: allergic reactions, contact with eyes, irritated or injured skin, peroxides, phenol, resorcinol. Take the following precautions or be careful about the following while consuming Brite Cream:
- Avoid unnecessary sun exposures and cover the treated areas with clothing;
- Do not use if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant or breastfeeding;
- Contact your dermatologist immediately if you develop an allergic skin reaction or notice blue-black skin darkening;
- Immediately wash-off with water, if the cream gets into your eyes, nose, mouth, or on your lips;
- Do not use if you are allergic to hydroquinone.