Kojic Cream Skin Lightening Cream: It is targeted towards reducing dark/black spots present on the face post-acne or pimples to restore beauty. It has three active ingredients with a proven clinical record for skin lightening. It is oil-free, non-irritating, and non-comedogenic. Kojic hydrates and restores the elasticity of the skin to make it soft and supple.
Lactokine in Kojic cream protects the skin against the visible signs of sunburns and reduces melanin production in the deeper layers of the skin. Kojic acid blocks tyrosinase. It inhibits the production of excess pigment. It can help lighten existing sunspots and photodamage, fade the dark marks left over from acne scarring or after a pimple, and also used to improve melasma.
After application of Kojic cream, apply sunscreen before stepping out in the sun. Spending time in the sun may increase the severity of acne-induced hyperpigmentation. To control this exacerbation, it is recommended to apply a sunscreen of a minimum 50 SPF.
Key composition of Kojic cream:
- Kojic Acid Dipalmitate
Therapeutic uses of Kojic cream:
- It is not photosensitive, so can be applied even during the daytime
- Easily spreadable, non-comedogenic, and is oil-free. It is also a non-irritant to the skin
- Prevents the appearance of new spots
- Keep skin soft and supple
- Protects against visible signs of sunburn
Side effects of Kojic cream:
Kojic cream generally won’t cause any side effects. If you experience any application site reactions such as skin reddening or rash or any other allergic reactions, check with your healthcare professional.
- Always use Kojic cream as told by your healthcare professional.
- Before application of Kojic cream, cleanse your face with a suitable face wash to exfoliate the dead skin and remove excess oil.
- Apply Kojic cream on the acne spots with a unique spot applicator.
- Recommended for twice daily application (once during daytime and once during the night).
- After application of Kojic cream, apply sunscreen before stepping out in the sun.
- Spending time in the sun may increase the severity of acne-induced hyperpigmentation. To control this exacerbation, it is recommended to apply a sunscreen of a Minimum of 50 SPF.
- Consult your doctor for advice before using this medicine, if you are pregnant and children 12years and under.
- Keep out of the reach and sight of children.
- Store in a cool, dry place.
- Do not freeze.
- For external use only.