Tri luma cream
Tri luma cream offers the most effective treatment against melasma because it incorporates three powerful active ingredients in a single preparation. The combination of Fluocinolone acetonide 0.01%, Hydroquinone 4%, and Tretinoin 0.05% is ideal for treating moderate to severe melasma on the face. The formulation provides maximum benefits as compared to other topical treatments, available in the market, limiting the effectiveness in patient’s blemishes. The cream is proven to treat moderate to severe melasma in eight weeks. It is safe for intermittent use up to six months within a period twelve months.
Tri luma new approach to treat melasma
Many women across the world, including a small population of men, could benefit from Triluma cream to help with the issues of increased pigmentation on the facial skin. The skin condition is often called as melasma; it causes a pigment change in the skin. A woman suffering from melasma will like to see the marks over the cheekbones but can involve the forehead, chin, and other areas as well. Apply Triluma cream that contains three effective constituents that can really help to gradually remove these unsightly marks. It is believed to be the only melasma therapy that combines a low potency corticosteroid Fluocinolone acetonide, Hydroquinone (skin lightening ingredient), and Tretinoin (a retinoid that can correct pigmentation-related issues).
What Tri-luma cream works to treat melasma?
Triluma is a triple combination that consists of:
- Fluocinolone acetonide 0.01%- It is a topical steroid, which works by blocking the production of certain chemical messengers (prostaglandins) that make the skin red, itchy, and swollen.
- Hydroquinone- The primary function of hydroquinone is to reduce melanin (a skin pigment that causes darkening of the skin) production in the skin.
- Tretinoin- It is a derivative of vitamin A in the topical form. It clears the skin by renewing skin cells. The active ingredient is known to stimulate healthy skin cell growth, speeding up the 21-day life cycle of skin cells, effectively increasing the skin turnover.
Patients using Tri-luma cream are advised to limit their exposure to the sun. A good quality sunscreen and protective clothing are recommended during the triple combination melasma treatment.
How effective is Triluma treatment?
Apply the triple action cream once daily thirty minutes before bedtime. After washing your face and neck with a mild cleanser, apply a thin layer of Tri-luma cream to the affected area. Rub the preparation gently into the skin. It may take four weeks to notice a significant improvement in the appearance of patchy brown skin. If you experience dry skin during the treatment, prefer applying a moisturizer in the morning to help treat this dry skin effect. Avoid getting the topical preparation in your mouth, eyes, nose, or broken skin. The formulation is well tolerated by all skin types and fades skin discoloration gradually.
What are the possible side effects of Tri-luma?
In clinical studies, the most frequently reported side effects of tri-luma include redness, peeling of the skin, burning, and dryness accompanied by itching at the site of application.
Discontinue uses and notify your dermatologist if you experience any of the following side effects:
- Strong irritation of the skin
- Painful burning or swelling of the skin
- Darkening of the treated skin
- Scaling or crusting
- Irritation of eyes, nose, or mouth
- Breathing issues
What are the precautions for safe use?
- Individuals suffering from hypersensitivity reactions should avoid using Tri luma cream.
- Avoid use of this combination treatment if an allergic reaction to Hydroquinone, Tretinoin, or Fluocinolone acetonide was experienced in the past.
- Avoid direct exposure to the sunlight immediately after applying the cream.
- Individuals suffering from any type of fungal or bacterial infection are advised not to use the topical treatment.
- The triple action cream may be unsafe to use during pregnancy, consult a health care specialist for the safe use of Tri-luma cream during pregnancy and breastfeeding.