Suncote sunscreen gel by Curatio Pharma, contains Avobenzone, Aqua, Acrylates, Diazolidinyl Urea, Isononyl Isononanoate, Sulfonic acid and Triethanolamine as its active ingredients. It provides a protective shield for suntanning and harmful radiation.
Suncote SPF 30 sunscreen gel blesses you free form bacterial growth, sunburn, and dry skin. It neutralizes fatty acids and its SPF 30 sunscreen provides protection from harmful UV rays. It fulfills Vitamin-E deficiency and tames oxidative stress along with other conditions.
It functions by diminishing the penetration of UV light by absorbing through the epidermis, balancing PH level, scattering or reflecting UV rays and absorbing the complete spectrum of UV rays. It prevents the growth of bacteria and treats Vitamin-E deficiency. It also reduces oxidations in cosmetic formulations.
Before the application of this product make sure that you read the patient information leaflet prescribed by the dermatologist.
First things first, make sure you wash your hands completely before its application and pat dry the areas of treatment.
Suncote gel is used for skin purposes only. Apply sunscreen lotion generously on the areas of treatment 30 minutes prior to you step outdoors. Generally, 30 grams( 1 ounce) is advisable to cover the affected areas. You need to re-apply the sunscreen after sweating, swimming, drying off your body with a towel, or after the lotion has been rubbed off. If you are outdoors for prolonged periods, make a habit of applying sunscreen every 2 hours.
Remember that your doctor has advised you to use this medication considering its benefits more than risks
There are no serious side effects reported pertaining to this cream. Suncote sunscreen gel side effects comprise of stinging, mild burning, redness, and dryness of skin where medication is applied. You likely experience blistering or skin cracking. Rashes, pus in hair follicles, mild erythema, dermatitis, pruritus, and skin ulceration are some of the rare side effects.
Before using Suncote sunscreen cream, pre-inform your doctor if you are counterproductive to any of its ingredients such as PABA/aminobenzoic acid, anesthetic drugs like tetracaine, benzocaine, to sulfa drugs or any other allergies. If you are consuming any Vitamins or herbal supplements, make sure you mention about them beforehand.
Wash your hands completely after applying the medication. Save your eyes, nose, mouth from getting in contact with the medication and if by chance they get so, rinse them with water immediately. Make sure the areas of treatment are pat dry before you apply the lotion. Do not consume the medication orally. Do not wash the treated area immediately after applying sunscreen gel. Avoid the usage of other products in the affected areas.
Refrain from using this gel if you are pregnant or on breastfeeding. Keep it out of reach of children.