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What is Proglo Cream?
Proglo Cream is a combination of skin treatments - Hydroquinone, Tretinoin, and Mometasone Furoate. Proglo reduces the amount of Tyrosinase. As a result of hindering this enzyme, the pigment of the skin is lighter.
What is Proglo Cream Used for?
Proglo Cream is a skin bleaching agent that has to be used very carefully. It can lighten the appearance of skin color. It is often prescribed by dermatologists for patients that have hyper pigmentation concerns. They have areas of skin that are darker than the rest and the discoloration can make them feel self-conscious.
Proglo Dosage and Application
Follow the instructions for the use of Proglo Cream exactly as they were given to you. Ask any questions if you aren’t sure. Never change the dose or the frequency of use on your own. Your medical history, pigmentation, and other concerns will all influence your dose amount and frequency.
This cream is typically going to be applied once or twice per day. Apply a thin amount of it and rub it in well. Rub the cream in until it complete dissolves. Applying too much of it can have adverse effects on your skin so make sure you still to the dosage.
Possible Side Effects
The skin can become irritated when you use Proglo Cream. It may become itchy or have a burning sensation. Areas may become red and small blisters may form around hair follicles. Let your doctor know of any such side effects. They should diminish within a few weeks as your body gets used to the product.
You may notice your skin is more sensitive to sunlight, to heat, and to cold. Do your best to maintain a normal body temperature when you can. Wear sunscreen and long sleeves when you are out in the sun as a precaution.
Proglo Precautions and Warnings
If you notice swelling or severe rash you need to seek medical attention as you may have an allergic reaction to Proglo Cream. Only apply it to one area for the first few days to make sure you don’t have such an adverse reation. If nothing develops after the first few days you can apply it to the areas approved by your doctor.
Make sure your doctor is aware of all medications, over the counter products, and herbal supplements you may use. Not all of them will interact well with this particular product. If you have skin problems such as Eczema then you aren’t a good candidate for this product. Using it can make your other skin issues more severe than before.