Monobenzone Cream

Facts of MONOBENZONE

  • Brand Name: Benoquin
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  • API: Monobenzone Cream
  • Packaging: Tube
  • Strength: 20g
  • Manufacturer Name: Brinton Pharmaceuticals Ltd
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Description

Uses of medication: Monobenzone cream is also called as monobenzyl ether of hydroquinone (MBEH) and 4-(Benzyloxy) phenol. This cream is known for its de-pigmentation action. Monobenzone cream is used in the treatment of vitiligo.

Dosage: The cream containing 20% monobenzone should be applied in a thin layer and rubbed over the pigmented area at least twice or thrice daily or as instructed by your physician. Monobenzone cream shows a good result after a 1-4 month of treatment. In case of the missed dose apply the layer on the skin as soon as you remember but do not double up the doses.

Treatment Reactions: Some most commonly side effect of monobenzone cream is listed below:

  • Mild to severe skin irritation
  • Permanent skin depigmentation
  • Erythematous
  • Contact dermatitis
  • Eczematous reactions
  • Exogenous ochronosis
  • Ocular side effects

Warnings and precautions:

  • Prolong exposure in sunlight should be avoided.
  • Benoquin drugs are only used in the treatment of severe vitiligo and not as a common cosmetic product.
  • Place this cream away from children.
  • Benoquin Cream should be recommended to a pregnant woman only if clearly required.
  • Caution must be exercised when this cream is administered to a nursing woman.
  • The safety, as well as effectiveness of the Benoquin Cream in pediatric patients under the age of 12 years, is unspecified.
  • Prolonged exposure to the sunlight must be avoided while on Benoquin Cream, or a sunscreen must be used.
  • This cream should be applied only as often as required in order to maintain the depigmentation.
  • Treatment with the Benoquin cream should be discontinued if the irritation, dermatitis or burning sensation occur.
  • The administration of the Benoquin is contraindicated in any conditions other than the disseminated vitiligo.

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Storage: Benoquin Cream should be stored at 25°C (77°F); temperature may range from 15°C-30°C (59°F-86°F). Place this cream away from children.


Alternate Brands: No alternative brand is available for monobenzone cream.


Availability in India: The Indian Pharma helps to connect buyers with suppliers who can ship the Monobenzone cream worldwide as per the buyer’s requirement. The Indian Pharma offers a guarantee of quality as well as delivery for the cream.


Buying Procedure: For buying Benoquin cream, you just need to contact us at our Toll-free number +91 1800 889 1064 (8130290915) or Email–info@theindianpharma.com


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Conclusion: Patients suffering from vitiligo may develop psychological disorders due to pigmentation on the facial regions. Monobenzone cream is used as its potential psychological and cosmetic benefit that is used for the treatment of patients feeling stigmatized and depressed.

Commonly Asked Questions

Is monobenzone cream a bleaching agent?


Monobenzone 20% cream is only used as a de-pigmentation agent in case of extreme vitiligo. This is not used for the purpose of bleaching in the cosmetic industry.


How long does the cream take to show its effect?


The cream chooses effect in one to four-month after applying it.


How to use monobenzone cream?


Monobenzone 20% cream is applied in a thin layer all over the affected area twice or thrice daily.