Eldoquin Forte Uses, Side Effects & Warnings
Eldoquin Forte 4% Cream
Eldoquin Forte minimizes the development of tegument in the skin. Plume (melanin) is the pigment that gives the skin its brown color. Hydroquinone topical helps to lighten the dark areas of the skin such as age spots, suntan, and dark areas which are the result of hormonal changes, freckles, and any other marks due to injury.
This treatment works by stopping the procedure which gives rise to discoloration.
You can buy Eldoquin Forte 4% cream from Canada Pharmacy at the lowest available cost with the best quality.
Eldoquin Forte includes:
- Hydroquinone (4%)
- Stearic acid
- Propylene glycol
- Poly-oxyl stearate
- Mineral oil
- Sodium metabisulfite
- Glyceryl monostearate
- Propylene glycol monostearate
Eldoquin Forte 4% cream is normally applied two times in a day (at morning and bedtime). Use it in the same way as directed by the doctor or mentioned on the label. Do not try to use it in even slightly larger or smaller amounts than recommended. This cream is only for use on the skin. While applying, avoid using it on your lips, mouth, or nose.
Before starting treatment with this medicine, do a patch test to see if there are any allergic reactions. If they are none, you can use the medicine as prescribed.
Different people experience different side effects. It depends on many factors it can be due to the environment, patient-related, due to age or drug-related as every drug has some side effects with it.
You should discontinue using this medication if you are allergic to any of its ingredients.
Before using it, consult your doctor or pharmacist first and ask whether it will cause any side effects to your skin. If you have any of the problems mentioned below, do not use this cream.
- Liver or kidney related problem
- Asthma or allergy
- Using antibiotic medicines
If you are pregnant, make sure to ask your doctor first.
People of the age 12 or below should avoid this medication.
Side effects of Eldoquin Forte include burning, itching, stinging, and erythema.
If you use more than prescribed, then other side effects may also occur which are not mentioned above. If you experience any of the above or other side effects, then tell your doctor or pharmacist promptly.
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