WHAT IS DEMELAN GLYCOLIC ACID 10%, ALPHA ARBUTIN 5%, KOJIC ACID 2% CREAM
Demelan Cream is made by famous Glenmark, this cream contains strong Glycolic Acid 10%, Alpha Arbutin 5% and Pure Kojic Acid 2%. Demelan Cream is made specifically for dermatological use. Demelan Cream increase cell turnover and helps to diminish fine lines, wrinkles, pores, other aging signs and skin impairments. Demelan Cream can give a healthier and smoother skin texture. Demelan Cream is prescribed and can be used for acne, scars, skin discoloration, skin hyperpigmentation, post inflammatory hyperpigmentation, stretch marks, sun damaged skin and other cases.
HOW TO USE DEMELAN GLYCOLIC ACID 10%, ALPHA ARBUTIN 5%, KOJIC ACID 2% CREAM
Apply only small amount of Demelan Cream to the affected area exactly as prescribed by your dermatologist. For skin blemish spot treatment apply Demelan cream every evening before bed, directly onto the discolored or brown spots. Several side effects of Demelan Cream may include dryness, irritation, mild burning, stinging, itching, etc. A Demelan Cream is for external use only. Avoid contact of the cream in or near your eyes and mouth. Exposure to sunlight or UV light will cause repigmentation of bleached area. Avoid sun exposure during the period of treatment with Demelan cream and for at least one week afterwards. Demelan Cream should not be used in pregnancy or when breastfeeding.
DEMELAN GLYCOLIC ACID 10%, ALPHA ARBUTIN 5%, KOJIC ACID 2% CREAM MAIN INGREDIENTS
Glycolic acid 10% naturally treat discoloration and brown spots. Strong 10% Glycolic acid is an alpha hydroxy acid and is used to stimulate new skin collagen growth. It also works to exfoliate and shed dead skin cells by scrubbing the top layer of the skin. Glycolic acid 10% can also reduce oil on the surface of the skin. Discolored or brown spots on the skin, which can occur due to aging or sun exposure, is possible to treat using the exfoliating and renewing properties found in glycolic acid Demelan cream.
Glycolic acid 10% is also widely used in anti ageing treatments. Alpha hydroxy acids, also known as fruit acids, are used in their various forms to treat skin conditions, such as acne and wrinkles. One example of an alpha hydroxy acid is glycolic acid, which is derived from sugar cane. When applied to the skin in various concentrations, glycolic acid can reduce some common signs of aging. Glycolic acid is a small molecule that is easily absorbed by the skin. When applied to the skin, glycolic acid stimulates the growth of new collagen fibers. Because the breakdown of collagen fibers causes wrinkles, glycolic acid is able to reduce the effects of fine surface wrinkles on the skin.
Alpha Arbutin 5% is a professional skin care ingredient that is derived from the leaves of the mulberry, cranberry and blueberry plants. It is considered to be the natural form of hydroquinone. Alpha Arbutin in high concentration 5% works with a similar mechanism as hydroquinone, by suppressing the production of excess melanin, similar to Azelaic acid, natural skin lightener as well.
Kojic Acid 2% is a strong organic bleaching component which is derived from a variety of fungi and organic substances and is present in skin-whitening creams used to diminish dark areas resulting from excessive pigmentation in the skin. Widely used for pigmentation reduction, freckles depigmenting and melasma treatment.