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4 benzyloxy phenol is a depigmenting agent. It works by increasing the elimination of melanin (pigment molecules) from skin cells.
4 benzyloxy phenol topical (for the skin) is used to permanently lighten the skin of people with vitiligo. Depigmenting the dark skin around the vitiligo area helps to even out the skin's color and appearance.
4 benzyloxy phenol is not indicated for the treatment of freckles, café au lait spots, sunburn, melanoma, jaundice, or other pigmentation disorders not caused by vitiligo.
4 benzyloxy phenol is mainly used as a pharmaceutical intermediate, and is also a topical depigmenting agent, which can decompose melamin in the skin, prevent the formation of melanin in the skin, and restore the skin to a healthy color without destroying melanocytes, so as to play a role in decolorization. Clinically, it is mainly used to treat hyperpigmentation, such as various pigmentation spots, age spots, vitiligo, melanoma, etc.
Use exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Do not use in larger or smaller quantities or for longer than recommended. Follow the directions on the prescription label.
4 benzyloxy phenol is usually used 2 or 3 times a day. Apply a thin layer to areas of hyperpigmented skin and rub gently.
Depigmentation of the treated skin may take up to 4 months to complete. Continue using the medication as directed and tell your doctor if your condition does not improve after 1 month of treatment.
After the first 4 months of treatment, you may need to use 4 benzyloxy phenol only twice a week to maintain the desired results.
Using 4 benzyloxy phenol may cause changes in untreated skin color. Consult your doctor if you are concerned that other areas of skin not affected by vitiligo may be discolored.
Store at room temperature away from moisture and heat.
Avoid sun exposure or tanning beds. 4 benzyloxy phenol can make you sunburn more easily. Wear protective clothing and use sunscreen (SPF 30 or higher) when outdoors.
For the rest of your life, skin treated with 4 benzyloxy phenol may be particularly sensitive to sunlight or irritation. You should always wear sunscreen.
Sun protection: After applying 4 benzyloxy phenol cream to the skin, the skin can become especially sensitive to light. Direct sunlight on 4 benzyloxy phenol-treated skin is discouraged. If unavoidable, even short periods of sun exposure should be applied to the skin with sunscreen. Reducing sun exposure after 4 benzyloxy phenol treatment will reduce the chance of hyperpigmentation and skin irritation.