Melatrance cream is also effective for brightening and removing stains on hands, feet, elbows, scars, burns, and stains resulting from the aging process. No study has been done to lighten and remove the darkness of the bikini, genitals and armpits, but it is not ineffective and should be used in consultation with a doctor.
Januluma is a medicated cream and its use should be done with a doctor’s prescription. It is possible to use Januluma cream and Melatrance lightening cream at the same time with the doctor’s advice, and in some treatment methods, Melatrance lightening cream is used as a maintenance treatment after stopping the use of Januluma.
To treat melasma and prevent skin darkening, sunscreen with SPF higher than 30 and with sufficient protection against UVA should be used. Using sunscreen is one of the essential aspects of melasma treatment.
Consult your doctor.
During the treatment of melasma and spots, exposure to sunlight, sun lamps, ultraviolet light, and tanning of the treated area should be avoided. Patients who are constantly exposed to sunlight due to work conditions should use sunscreen and protective covering (such as a hat).
Clean the affected area with a tissue and rinse the residue with good water. Do not try to remove the cream with your tongue or by swallowing.
Accidental contact of Melatrance lightening cream with eyes causes inflammation and moderate itching. After contact with the eyes, do not rub the eyes and immediately wash the eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. While washing, open and close the eyes several times to ensure sufficient washing. See a doctor if eye inflammation persists.
If the cream is swallowed by the patient, a large amount of water or milk should be fed to him immediately to dilute the amount of active ingredients. Then go to the hospital immediately. Do not induce vomiting in any way.