|Generic For||Glycolic Acid Cream|
|Generic Name||Glycolic Acid|
|Manufacturer||Micro Lab, India|
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|1 Tube/s||US$ 9.50||US$ 9.50|
|3 Tube/s||US$ 6.33||US$ 19.0033%US$ 28.50|
|6 Tube/s||US$ 5.33||US$ 32.0044%US$ 57.00|
Glyco cream 6% (30 gm) is used in the treatment, control, prevention, & it’s used in acne treatments and anti-ageing treatments. Glycolic acid, the active ingredient present in the topical preparation is widely used to improve the texture and appearance of the skin, by helping to diminish wrinkles and fine lines, by this means making the skin younger and fresher again. It is also widely reported that this cream can help to regenerate collagen and elastin, and it can also act as an exfoliant. The Cream improves the patient's condition by removing the top layers of the dead skin cells. It is a naturally occurring substance called (AHA) alpha hydroxyl acid and can be found in products such as milk, fruits, and sugar cane. The medication has an exfoliating consequence to help break up dead skin cells which have come together in unhealthy ways which lead to healthier skin.
Avoid prolonged exposure to the sunlight as it will cause the skin to become overly sensitive. Without delay go to your nearest emergency department if you suffer an allergic reaction. Symptoms usually associated with such a reaction include chest tightness, swelling, difficulty breathing or swallowing, skin rashes, and hives. There is no such drug interaction with this cream for more information please let your health care specialist know about all your prescription/ non-prescription, drugs, vitamins, minerals, protein supplement you take. There is no such drug interaction with this cream for more information please let your health care specialist know about all your prescription/ non-prescription, drugs, vitamins, minerals, protein supplement you take.
Below are the common side effects that may occur when using Glyco 6% 30 gm skin cream. Please speak with your health care specialist if you examine any of these side effects even in a mild form. The common side effects of Glyco cream 6% are redness, dry skin, leaving behind black or brown spots, peeling irritation, and itchiness of the skin.
Glyco cream 6% is usually applied topically once per day at night-time or as directed by a health care specialist. The medication should be eased into and on the first night it should only be applied for 15 minutes before being washed off. On a subsequent night increase the time by 35 minutes until it can be left on for 2.5 hours. If you do not notice major problems, it can be left on the skin for the night treatment. Wash and dry both of your hands and the affected areas thoroughly. Spread a thin layer of the cream onto the darkened area and gently massage it in until it disappears. Contact your health care specialist for the correct dosage and length (time) of treatment as it will depend on the patient's condition and their response to the medication wash and dry both of your hands and the affected areas thoroughly. Spread a thin layer of the cream onto the darkened area and gently massage it in until it disappears.