Glyaha Kojic acid lotion by Menarini Pharma, contains glycolic acid, olive leaf extract, cetomicrogol emulsifying wax, and microcrystalline waxasan as its active ingredients. It tames the production of melanin and Kojic acid adorns you with lightening effect. The dosage of 1% or less is advisable for the treatment of affected areas.
A good skin tone can do magic if you are very possessive about your skin tone and especially about fair complexion. Melanocytes are responsible for making melanin. Melanin is the protagonist that decides your skin tone. Kojic Acid lotion minimizes the number of melanocytes present in the skin layer. Thus, by decreasing melanin, you are reducing your skin darkening.
Glyaha kojic acid lotion functions by permanently removing the uneven skin discoloration and blesses you with flawless skin. It is an anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, anti-irritating, skin elasticizing, anti-acne, anti-microbial, moisturizing, and skin whitening formula. It also treats fine lines, blackheads, acne, oiliness, and dusky skin.
Before the application of this product make sure that you read the patient information leaflet prescribed by the dermatologist.
It is advisable to use Glyaha koj preferably at night. Put on a thin film of it and follow that with moisturizer( if you are used to wearing moisturizer to bed). Repeat this procedure for 4 weeks.
After 4 weeks if your skin resembles the good shape and reflects no signs of side effects then you can start using this medication during the day. Wash your hands completely and apply Glyaha koj to bare and freshly rejuvenated skin. Apply any moisturizer or sunscreen after that.
If you use more Glyaha kojic acid lotion then splash it with plenty of water. Store at room temperature (15-25 degree Celcius)
Remember that your doctor has advised you to use this medication considering its benefits more than risks.
The most common side effects manifest as stinging, mild burning, redness, and dryness of skin where medication is applied. Never use the lotion on broken, damaged cuts, scrapes, or eczema affected skin.
Contact dermatitis is also the most common side effect of Glyaha kojic lotion. Even if kojic acid does not irritate the skin at the initial stage, there is a risk of developing allergic contact dermatitis in the near future that is- delayed dermatitis if you continue to use it rampantly.
However, concern your dermatologist for further guidelines prior to the long term or discontinue the use of the lotion.
Save your eyes, nose, and mouth getting exposed to Glyaha kojic acid lotion and if by chance they get so, splash water immediately. After this medication your skin would turn very sensitive to the sun. So, Avoid prolonged sun exposure, sunlamps, and tanning booths. Put up a habit of protective clothing and cover the treated areas of skin when outdoors. Keep this medication away if you are pregnant or on breastfeeding. Safety and efficacy not established for children.