Hydroquinone, Kojic Acid, Hydrocortisone, and Tretinoin in a prescription cosmetic cream base
Two melanin lightening agents, a topical steroid to even darkened patches, and a prescription-strength retinoid to encourage skin cell turnover for the reduced appearance of melasma.
Apply a light coating of cream to clean, dry skin on affected areas, once daily at bedtime, or twice daily, as directed by your doctor. Wash hands after application, and avoid excess sun exposure. Strut Melasma formula is usually not used for longer than 8 weeks unless directed otherwise by your doctor. Therapy should be discontinued when control is achieved unless directed otherwise by your doctor. This drug combination is not intended for long-term treatment of Melasma and does not permanently cure Melasma. Once this treatment is discontinued, repigmentation will likely occur in the affected areas, although patients can continue to be managed with other treatments. Follow your doctor's specific orders if you are unsure how to use the medication.
The most common side effects of Strut Melasma Formula are itching, redness, scaling, dryness, peeling, burning, stinging, and increased sensitivity to the sun. Less common side effects include severe dryness, cracking, bleeding, blisters, oozing, or a blue or black discoloration of the skin. Wear sunscreen daily while using this product.
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