Expigment Cream is used to provide color lightening over time in cases of Chloasma, Melasma, Senile Lentigines and other unwanted hyperpigmentation.
Depigman is an effective substance that can cause undesirable cosmetic effects if hydroquinone is not used as indicated. The specialist physician should examine the notes in the prospectus in detail before writing a prescription for his patient. Sensitivity and allergy detection can be done by applying a small amount of Expigment Cream to an undamaged skin area and observing after 24 hours. Mild redness is not a contraindication, but should not be used if itching, vesicle formation or excessive inflammation occurs. It is necessary to follow the patient well. Avoid contact with eyes. If discoloration and whitening are not observed after 2 months of use, the use of Expigment Cream should be discontinued. Cream Depigman is formulated to be effective, it should not be used to prevent sunburn. Melanocytic activity slows down with little exposure to sunlight. Therefore, solar filters constitute an important part of hydroquinone therapy. The sun filters in its composition provide a sunscreen effect during the treatment. In order to prevent repigmentation during and after the treatment, the bleached area should be protected from sunlight or a preparation containing a sun filter should be used. Topical Hydroquinone has not been studied in animals. It is not known whether topical Hydroquinone prevents fertility or whether it is harmful to use, so care should be taken in its use in this case. There is no information available about its use in children younger than 12 years of age.