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Dremz Cream 20 gm

Dremz Cream 20 gm

Prescription drug
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Manufacturer/Marketer

Canixa Life Sciences Pvt Ltd

Consume Type

TOPICAL

Return Policy

Returnable

Expires on or after

Jan-25

About Dremz Cream

Dremz Cream is used to treat melasma (dark brown patch on skin). Melasma, also known as chloasma or mask of pregnancy, is a common skin condition that causes brown patches on the face. It is more common in women than in men. The discoloured (grey-brown) patches occur mostly on the forehead, chin, nose, and cheeks.

Dremz Cream contains three medicines, namely: Hydroquinone (skin lightening or bleaching agent), Mometasone (corticosteroid), and Tretinoin (a form of Vitamin A or retinoids). Hydroquinone belongs to the class of skin-lightening agents that work by decreasing the amount of melanin (a skin pigment) that is responsible for the darkening of the skin. Mometasone belongs to the class of corticosteroids that work by acting inside skin cells and inhibiting the release of certain chemical messengers in the body that cause redness, itching, and swelling. Tretinoin belongs to the class of retinoids (man-made vitamin A) that works by increasing the renewal of skin cells, which helps in the natural exfoliation of the skin’s outer layers.

Dremz Cream is only for external use. Use Dremz Cream as prescribed. Avoid contact of Dremz Cream with nose, mouth, eyes, ears, or vagina. Do not apply on a cut, open wound, or burned skin area. In case Dremz Cream comes in contact with these areas accidentally, rinse with water thoroughly. Some people may experience skin pain, acne, redness, irritation, burning, itching, or stinging sensation of the skin. Most of these side effects of Dremz Cream do not require medical attention and gradually resolve over time. However, if the side effects persist or worsen, please consult your doctor.

If you are allergic to Dremz Cream or any other medicines, please tell your doctor. If you are pregnant, a nursing mother, or planning for pregnancy, it is advised to consult a doctor before using Dremz Cream. Dremz Cream is not recommended for children below 12 years of age. Do not apply Dremz Cream on ulcerated skin or wounds. Avoid sun exposure while using Dremz Cream as it may make the skin more sensitive to sunlight and cause sunburn. Wear protective clothing and use sunscreen while going out to protect your skin from sunburn. Do not cover or wrap the treated area with a bandage unless advised by your doctor. Avoid smoking or going near naked flames as the fabric (bedding, clothing, dressings) that is in contact with Dremz Cream catches fire and burns easily. If you have a sulfite allergy, asthma, rosacea (redness and often red, small, pus-filled bumps on the face), acne, skin thinning, perioral dermatitis (redness and swelling of the skin around the mouth), genital itching, chickenpox, diabetes, cold sores, ulcerated skin, warts, shingles (a viral infection causing painful rash), eczema (itchy, swelling of the skin) or any other skin condition, inform your doctor before taking Dremz Cream.

Uses of Dremz Cream

Treatment of Melasma

Medicinal Benefits

Dremz Cream is a combination of three drugs: Hydroquinone, Mometasone, and Tretinoin. Hydroquinone belongs to the class of skin-lightening agents that work by decreasing the amount of melanin (a skin pigment) that is responsible for the darkening of the skin. Mometasone is a corticosteroid that acts inside skin cells and inhibits the release of certain chemical messengers in the body that cause redness, itching, and swelling. When the skin reacts to any allergens, such chemicals are released normally. Tretinoin belongs to the class of retinoids (man-made vitamin A) that works by increasing the renewal of skin cells, which helps in the natural exfoliation of the skin’s outer layers. Also, tretinoin loosens the cells on the skin’s surface and unblocks pores by reducing the production of oil in the skin. Thus, it decreases pimples, whiteheads, and blackheads.

Directions for Use

Dremz Cream is only for external use. Wash the face with mild soap and pat the skin dry. Take a small amount of Dremz Cream on a fingertip and apply on the clean and dry affected area one time in a day at night or as advised by your doctor. Avoid contact of Dremz Cream with nose, mouth, eyes, ears or vagina. In case Dremz Cream comes in contact with these areas accidentally, rinse with water thoroughly.

Storage

Store in a cool and dry place away from sunlight

Side Effects of Dremz Cream

  • Skin pain

  • Acne

  • Redness, irritation, burning, itching or stinging sensation of the skin

Drug Warnings

If you are allergic to Dremz Cream or any other medicines, please tell your doctor. If you are pregnant, a nursing mother, or planning for pregnancy, it is advised to consult a doctor before using Dremz Cream. Dremz Cream is not recommended for children below 12 years of age. Do not apply Dremz Cream on ulcerated skin or wounds. Avoid sun exposure while using Dremz Cream as it may make the skin more sensitive to sunlight and cause sunburn. Do not cover or wrap the treated area with a bandage unless advised by your doctor. Avoid smoking or going near naked flames as the fabric (bedding, clothing, dressings) that is in contact with Dremz Cream catches fire and burns easily. If you have a sulfite allergy, asthma, rosacea (redness and often red, small, pus-filled bumps on the face), acne, skin thinning, perioral dermatitis (redness and swelling of the skin around the mouth), genital itching, chickenpox, diabetes, cold sores, ulcerated skin, warts, shingles (a viral infection causing painful rash), eczema (itchy, swelling of the skin) or any other skin condition, inform your doctor before taking Dremz Cream.

Drug Interactions

Drug-Drug Interaction: Dremz Cream may interact with photosensitizing agents (aminolevulinic acid, porfirmer, verteporfin), topical antibiotics (benzoyl peroxide), retinoids (isotretinoin), psoralens (methoxsalen), sensitizer (methyl aminolevulinate), antiseptic (resorcinol), keratolytic agents (salicylic acid, sulfur).

Drug-Food Interaction: No interactions found.

Drug-Disease Interaction: If you have a sulfite allergy, asthma, rosacea (redness and often red, small, pus-filled bumps on the face), acne, skin thinning, perioral dermatitis (redness and swelling of the skin around the mouth), genital itching, chickenpox, diabetes, cold sores, ulcerated skin, warts, shingles (a viral infection causing painful rash), eczema (itchy, swelling of the skin) or any other skin condition, inform your doctor before taking Dremz Cream.

Drug-Drug Interactions Checker List

  • AMINOLEVULINIC ACID
  • BENZOYL PEROXIDE
  • ISOTRETINOIN
  • METHOXSALEN
  • SALICYLIC ACID
  • PORFIRMER
  • VERTEPORFIN
  • METHYL AMINOLEVULINATE
  • RESORCINOL
  • SULFUR

Habit Forming

No

Diet & Lifestyle Advise

  • Avoid sun exposure while using Dremz Cream as it may make the skin more sensitive to sunlight and cause sunburn. Wear protective clothing and use sunscreen while going out to protect your skin from sunburn.

  • Regular exercise can improve your mood and self-esteem though it doesn’t clear spots. Take a shower immediately after finishing the exercise.

  • Wear a wide-brimmed hat to protect your face from sun exposure.

  • Avoid using skin products that cause irritation such as skin cleansers or shampoos, harsh soaps, hair removers or waxes, hair colors or permanent chemicals, and skin products with astringents, lime, spices, or alcohol.

Special Advise

  • Avoid using Dremz Cream for more than 6-8 weeks without a doctor’s advice. Please consult a dermatologist if the skin condition does not improve after 2-3 months of treatment with Dremz Cream.

  • Do not take Dremz Cream by mouth. Dremz Cream is for use only on the skin (topical use). Accidently if Dremz Cream gets in your eyes or mouth, immediately rinse with cold water.

  • Do not take Dremz Cream if you allergic sulfa containing medicines and have asthma. It is better to contact a doctor in these conditions and take Dremz Cream.

Disease/Condition Glossary

Melasma: It is also known as chloasma, a common skin condition that causes brown patches on the face. The discoloured (grey-brown) patches occur mostly on the forehead, chin, nose, and cheeks. Melasma may be caused by sun exposure, hormone therapy, pregnancy, birth control pills, thyroid, or even stress. It is more common in women than in men. It may occur in pregnant women, due to hormonal changes during pregnancy and is called a ‘mask of pregnancy and fades away after pregnancy on its own or after stopping the usage of contraceptive pills. It can be treated by using skin-lightening creams, topical steroids, dermabrasion, or chemical peels.

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Alcohol

Caution

Interaction of alcohol with Dremz Cream is unknown. Please consult a doctor before consuming alcohol while using Dremz Cream.

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Pregnancy

Caution

The safety of Dremz Cream in pregnant women is unknown and is given to a pregnant woman only if the doctor thinks benefits outweigh risks.

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Breast Feeding

Caution

It is unknown whether Dremz Cream is excreted in human milk. Please consult a doctor before using Dremz Cream while breastfeeding.

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Driving

Safe if prescribed

Dremz Cream usually does not affect your ability to drive or operate machinery.

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Liver

Caution

If you have any concerns regarding the use of Dremz Cream in patients with liver problems, please consult a doctor.

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Kidney

Caution

If you have any concerns regarding the use of Dremz Cream in patients with kidney problems, please consult a doctor.

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Children

Unsafe

Dremz Cream is not recommended for children below 12 years of age, as the safety and effectiveness were not established.

Country of origin

INDIA

Manufacturer/Marketer address

LG Floor, Block No. 2, , Attalika Warehouse (South), , 12 KM Mysore Road, R.V.C.E. Post, , Bangalore – 560059
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FAQs

Dremz Cream is used to treat melasma (dark brown patch on skin).
Dremz Cream contains Hydroquinone, Mometasone and Tretinoin. Hydroquinone is a skin lightening agent that works by decreasing the amount of melanin (a skin pigment) that is responsible for the darkening of the skin. Mometasone is a corticosteroid that acts inside skin cells and inhibits the release of certain chemical messengers in the body that cause redness, itching and swelling. Tretinoin belongs to the class of retinoids (man-made vitamin A) that works by increasing the renewal of skin cells which helps in natural exfoliation of skin’s outer layers.
Yes, Dremz Cream may increase the skin sensitivity to sunlight in the treated areas. Therefore, avoid or limit exposure to sunlight and sunlamps. You are advised to use a sunscreen and wear protective clothing while going out to prevent sunburn.
Yes, Dremz Cream may cause skin irritation, burning sensation or itching at the site of application in rare cases. However, if the irritation persists or worsens, stop using Dremz Cream and consult a doctor.
You are advised to use moisturizer in the morning every day to restore fat barrier of the skin that protects the skin from damage. Dremz Cream may make the skin more sensitive to extreme weather conditions such as cold and wind. Therefore, wear protective clothing and use moisturizer as required. However, please consult a doctor before using moisturizing lotions or any other products with Dremz Cream.
No, Dremz Cream is not used to treat diaper rash as using Dremz Cream under child’s nappy enables Dremz Cream to pass through the skin easily and cause adverse effects. However, please consult a doctor before using Dremz Cream in children.
You are not recommended to use Dremz Cream with benzoyl peroxide, hydrogen peroxide or any other peroxide products as it may cause staining of the skin which can be usually removed with soap and water. However, please consult a doctor before using other medicines with Dremz Cream.
You are recommended to use Dremz Cream for as long as your doctor has prescribed it. However, avoid using Dremz Cream for more than 6 to 8 weeks without doctor’s advice.
Hormonal contraceptives like oral/vaginal birth control pills, injections, implants, skin patches, and vaginal rings can cause melasma to get worse. So, it is advisable to ask your doctor about using non-hormonal birth control (condom, diaphragm with spermicide) instead.

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