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Benoquin Cream (Monobenzone)

 


Benoquin (Monobenzone Cream U.S.P. 20%)


Tube of 20g   


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Product Name
Benoquin
Active Ingredient
Monobenzone Cream 20%w/w
Manufacturer
MAC
Expiry date in our current batch
May 2020


What is Benoquin Cream used for?

Benoquin contains the active ingredient Monobenzone 20% used to treat vitiligo. Benoquin is a topical treatment used to lighten up the skin surrounding the white patches thus making it look evenly colored. Benoquin is not used for other skin patches caused due to other factors.

Benoquin (Monobenzone) works on the melanocytes that are cells producing melanin-a skin color pigment. Results caused by Monobenzone are permanent. You need to consult with a medical professional before you begin to use Benoquin.

 

What are the side effects of Benoquin Cream?

The affected body part must be clean and dry before applying cream. Rub adequate amount of Benoquin cream and gently rub it in.

After the first 4 months of treatment, you may need to use Benoquin only twice a week to maintain the desired results.

 

Precautions:

- Use Benoquin only on the affected skin part.

-  Do not be used on the chapped skin.

- Benoquin is not for treating freckles, sun damage, melanoma, jaundice or other pigmentation disorders not caused by vitiligo.

- Tell your doctor if you are pregnant, plan to become pregnant or breastfeeding if you are going to use Benoquin.

- Skin treated with Benoquin may be especially sensitive to sunlight or irritation. Avoid exposure to sunlight or tanning beds.

- Benoquin is for external use only and do not get let the cream to get into your eyes, mouth, or nose. Rinse it off right away if it does get on these areas.

- If you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction such as hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Stop using Benoquin and call for emergency help immediately.

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