Introduction to Demelan LSA Cream 40gm

The formula has been prepared to improve skin tone and texture for healthy skin

This preparation is effective in targeting hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone, dark spots, and promote a brighter and more radiant complexion

How Demelan LSA Cream 40gm Works?

This formula contains Glycolic acid, Arbutin, and Kojic Acid. Glycolic Acid exfoliates the skin by removing dead cells on the upper layer and promoting a proper cell turnover. Arbutin inhibits the production of melanin reduce pigmentation. Kojic Acid provides a lighter shade to skin by inhibiting tyrosinase enzyme; which is responsible for the synthesis of melanin.

How To Use Demelan LSA Cream 40gm

  • Apply this formula on the affected area regularly at least or for two times a day, or as instructed by your dermatologist
  • Gently massage the preparation into the skin until it gets fully absorbed
  • Apply sunscreen during daytime to protect treated areas

Special Precautions About Demelan LSA Cream 40gm

  • Read the label carefully before use Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight Keep out of reach of children

Benefits Of Demelan LSA Cream 40gm

  • Effective in treatment of melasma
  • It enhance skin tone, senstivity and texture
  • It lower dark spots, uneven skin colour and dead skin cells

Side Effects Of Demelan LSA Cream 40gm

  • Skin pain,
  • Irritation,
  • Burning,
  • Acne,
  • Redness

What If I Missed A Dose Of Demelan LSA Cream 40gm

When you remember apply it. Do not double up for the missed dose.

Similar Medicine Of Demelan LSA Cream 40gm

For information purposes only. Consult a doctor before taking any medicines.

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Health And Lifestyle

Manage healthy lifestyle, balanced diet and consume antioxidants rich food. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. Follow regular skin care routine and use sun protection and moisturisers.

Drug Interaction

  • NA

DRUG FOOD INTERACTION

  • NA

Disease Explanation

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Hyperpigmentation is a condition in which specific areas of skin become darker due to excess melanin production. It can be mainly caused by sunlight exposure. Some other reasons of darker skin are inflammation and other skin injuries.

Written By:

Written By:

Ashwani Singh