Frequently Asked Questions

1) What is SPF?

SPF stands for SUN PROTECTION FACTOR, the number attached to it represents the level of sun protection provided against harmful UV rays .

SPF 30 blocks 97 percent

SPF 50 blocks 98 percent

2) Why to use anhydrous sunscreen?

It gives high SPF and good UVA protection with an extremely soft application .  Anhydrous composition offers good skin adherence which improves the skin protection properties, and make the cream suitable for very sensitive skin types.

3) Why use non – comedogenic sunscreen?

Non-comedogenic sunscreen is designed to be gentle on oily or sensitive skin. It is free from pore-clogging ingredient, which protects skin from sunburn and tanning and prevents pore-blocking. As acne and blackheads results from clogged pores, it is advisable to use non-comedogenic skincare products.

4) How often is sunscreen applied?

Sunscreen works well, but only if it’s applied correctly. Here are some guidelines to follow:

  • Use a sunscreen that protects you from both UVA and UVB rays (broad spectrum).
  • Apply it 30 min before going outside. This gives your skin the time it needs to absorb the sunscreen and get proper protection.
  • Don’t forget your lips, ears, and scalp( if any is exposed).
  • Reapply sunscreen every 2 hours
  • Reapply after swimming or sweating even if you are wearing water resistant sunscreen.

5) What is the use of minoxidil?

Minoxidil is used to stimulate hair growth and to slow balding. It is most effective for people under 40 years of age whose hair loss is recent. Minoxidil has no effect on receding hairlines. It does not cure baldness; most new hair is lost within a few months after the drug is stopped.

6 )What special precautions should I follow before using minoxidil?

  • tell your doctor and pharmacist if you are allergic to minoxidil or any other drugs.
  • tell your doctor and pharmacist what prescription and nonprescription medications you are taking, especially guanethidine (Ismelin), other medications for high blood pressure, and vitamins.
  • tell your doctor if you have or have ever had heart, kidney, liver, or scalp disease.
  • tell your doctor if you are pregnant, plan to become pregnant, or are breast-feeding. If you become pregnant while using minoxidil, call your doctor.
  • plan to avoid unnecessary or prolonged exposure to sunlight and to wear protective clothing, sunglasses, and sunscreen. Minoxidil may make your skin sensitive to sunlight

7) Do I have to wash my hair each time after I use my minoxidil?

No, although it is advisable to wash your hair if not once per day then once every other day in order to avoid any build-up of minoxidil residue on the scalp. You should leave at least an hour after applying minoxidil before washing your hair. Male Pattern Baldness with Finasteride and Minoxidil found that “the combined medication showed best efficacy

8) I’ve just started using minoxidil, why is my hair shedding more than before?

Firstly, we understand this can be disconcerting but it is nothing to worry about – in fact it is a good sign! When patients first start using high strength minoxidila small number may find that for a short period their hair starts shedding in slightly larger amounts than before. This can happen in both men and women and is temporary. The hair that sheds will be replaced by new, stronger hair.

9) What is Finasteride?

Finasteride is one of only two medically approved medications to treat male pattern hair loss; its original brand name was Propecia. The medication works by inhibiting the amount of di-hydro testosterone (DHT) produced in the body, a sensitivity to which can cause hair loss in some men. Successful treatment of Finasteride can prevent and, in some cases, reverse the effects of hair loss. Finasteride is a UK-licensed medication that requires a medical consultation before being administered

10) Can you use both Minoxidil and Finasteride in terms of a dosing schedule?

Yes, the combination has better outcomes than taking it individually. It is also not that expensive to consume this combination.

Because Finasteride and minoxidil work using different mechanisms, there is no risk in using both at same time. In fact, taking them in tandem could be the most effective means of managing hair loss. A 2015 randomized and comparative study of the combined treatment of

11) How does dandruff happen?

Dandruff happens because of the unique environment of the scalp. First of all, you have your hair and your skin, which are both constantly growing and shedding. Now add to that your sebum (your skin’s natural oil). When you have dandruff, your skin’s top layer may shed more quickly. And when the skin sheds too quickly, it gets clumped up with sebum and creates those flakes you recognize as dandruff. Scientists also believe that increased sebum may favour the growth of a species of fungus or yeast that naturally lives on skin, and that this type of yeast may further contribute to dandruff.

12) What is ketoconazole?

Ketoconazole is a medication that’s used to treat infections caused by a fungus or yeast—think things like ringworm or athlete’s foot. In those cases, it’s available as a cream, foam, or gel.

However, ketoconazole is also available as both a prescription or over-the-counter shampoo that’s specifically designed to control dandruff, as well as scaling, flaking, and itching of the scalp (much like what happens when you’re using minoxidil).

There’s both 1% and 2% ketoconazole shampoo (which refers to the concentration of ketoconazole in the solution). The 1% shampoo is available over the counter, while the 2% version is obviously stronger and requires a prescription from a healthcare provider

13) What is the advantages of using aloe vera and glycerine on skin ?

  • Moisturize skin

Aloe vera easily gets absorbed into the skin, and Glycerine is itself a Humectant that retains moisture in the skin. Hence these both ingredient works effectively against dry skin conditions or dry scalp. Aloe vera contains an abundant amount of water that helps to maintain skin hydration

  • Tighten skin

Aloe vera consists of an Aloesin component that helps to improve skin elasticity, thereby tightening the skin pores. It greatly reduces saggy skin and also helps to rejuvenate it. Glycerine helps to tighten and firm your look and provide a fresh, revitalized appearance by diminishing and reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

  • Promotes wound healing

Aloe vera and Glycerine possess anti-microbial properties that help to prevent acne and other skin conditions that are caused by microbes. Aloe vera when applied topically promotes wound healing and prevents microbes from entering the wound.

  • Prevents acne

Glycerine act as a toner to prevent the formation of acne, pimples, or blemishes. Aloe vera has anti-inflammatory properties that help to suppress acne.

14) Does Non-Comedogenic Mean?

Part of the word “comedo” which is described as an acne lesion or hard blockage created from excess sebum (oil) in a pore. Such blockages can contribute to acne. In simple terms, “non-comedogenic” refers to any ingredient or product made specifically to not block pores or cause acne.

15) What Are the Benefits of Non-Comedogenic Moisturizer?

  • Helps keep pores clear to reduce acne
  • Controls excessive oiliness in people with oily skin
  • Does not strip the skin of necessary moisture
  • Feels light and doesn’t contain overwhelming fragrances
  • Often contains nourishing ingredients to soothe skin
  • Can be used on normal, oily, or sensitive skin

16) What is vitamin E and how does it help your skin?

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin that acts as an antioxidant, helping protect cells from damage throughout your body. It’s found in our sebum (skin oil), which creates a natural barrier to keep moisture in your skin. So oilier skin surfaces, like the face, contain greater amounts of vitamin E. And since people with oily skin have more sebum, they also have more vitamin E on their skin.

In moisturizers, vitamin E:

  • Stops skin from losing moisture.
  • Protects cells from damage.
  • Softens skin.

17) How to know that your skin needs moisturizer?

 These are the few signs that show your skin needs to be moisturized skin starts to feel dull, cracked, sometimes tight, and acne as well.

18 )What is luliconazole used for?

Luliconazole topical cream is used to treat infections caused by a fungus or yeast. It works by killing the fungus or yeast or preventing its growth.

Luliconazole cream is used to treat:

  • Ringworm of the body(tinea corporis)
  • Ringworm of the foot between the toes(interdigital tinea pedis, athlete’s foot)
  • Ringworm of the groin (tinea cruris, jock itch)

19) Is fungal infection serious?

The most common fungal infections like those on your skin or nails are not serious. If you have a weakened immune system , you are at higher risk of serious illness from certain fungal infections.

20) Are fungal infections contagious?

Some superficial fungal diseases like ringworm, can spread from person to person through direct contact. Studies suggest that pneumocystis jirovecii infections can also spread from one person to another. Other deep infections, like fungus that you breathe into your lungs from the environment are not usually contagious.

21) How quickly does itraconazole work?

Itraconazole takes around one to four weeks after treatment for its optimum action on the fungi that cause ringworm infections. It is essential to complete the dosage for the best results.

22) Who should not take itraconazole?

You should not take itraconazole if you have ever had heart failure. If you have liver or kidney disease, you should not take itraconazole with colchicine, fesoterodine, or solifenacin. Itraconazole may harm an unborn baby. Avoid getting pregnant while taking itraconazole and for 2 months after your last dose.

23) What is the benefit of eberconazole Cream?

 Eberconazole 1% cream is an effective treatment for fungal infections produced by dermatophytes, with a good safety and tolerability profile, and can be considered a good alternative for the treatment of dermatophytoses.

24) What causes acne?

Acne can be caused by excess sebum oil and clogged pores. Doctors aren’t sure why some people get acne and others do not, but some research suggests that hormone levels may play a role.

Acne is most common in young adults with increasing hormone levels, and about 80 percent of people will have at least one [acne] outbreak before age 30. It is less common in older adults, who tend to have steadier hormone levels. Since stress can affect hormones, it may also play a role in the development of acne, but so far, there is no definitive evidence that factors such as stress, diet, or light makeup have any links with acne. If you have acne, wash gently with a mild cleanser no more than twice a day; and avoid hard scrubbing, exfoliating, and touching the affected areas.

25) How can I avoid wrinkles?

A: Wrinkles are a natural result of aging, but you can delay their onset or minimize their appearance. To do so, limit sun exposure, wear sunscreen every day, and use skin products that contain antioxidants and retinoids, which can reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

26) What is the benefits of glycolic acid?

Glycolic acid works through the process of exfoliation. When applied to the skin, it breaks the bond on the outer layer of the skin cells, which is the dead skin cells layer. By doing so, it triggers the cell renewal process.

  • Reduces Fine Lines and Appearance of Pores

Glycolic acid and salicylic acid both can help diminish the signs of ageing in their own different ways. Those dealing with premature ageing and looking for ways to reduce fine lines and wrinkles can also benefit from using glycolic acid. It helps boost collagen levels in the skin which is essential in keeping skin supple and healthy.

27) How to choose (and use) the best face wash for acne-prone skin?

Look for active ingredients. A few ingredients to look for in your face wash include benzoyl peroxide (to clean out the bacteria that contributes to acne), salicylic acid (to exfoliate and remove pore-clogging debris and break up blackheads and whiteheads), sulfur (to lessen inflammation), or glycolic acid (an alpha hydroxy acid that clears away dead skin cells).

28) What is LAB?

Human skin is the first defense barrier against the external environment, especially microbial pathogens and physical stimulation. Many studies on skin health with Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) have been published for many years, including prevention of skin disease and improvement of skin conditions. LAB, a major group of gram-positive bacteria, are known to be beneficial to human health by acting as probiotics. Recent studies have shown that LAB and their extracts have beneficial effects on maintenance and improvement of skin health.

  • Fights Acne

Those with acne-prone skin can benefit from glycolic acid. This skincare acid is a popular choice for sloughing off dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. Since acne occurs when a pore gets clogged with dirt, oil, bacteria and other impurities, the exfoliating property of glycolic acid can be useful. With regular use, you will experience less acne over time.

  • Corrects Skin Tone

One of the leading causes of uneven skin tone is UV rays. Not wearing enough sunscreen and poor skincare habits are also to be blamed for this. Glycolic acid and salicylic acid both can help correct uneven skin tone in different ways. Apart from sloughing away the layer of dead skin cells, glycolic acid also increases the resilience of the skin against external aggressors. This makes skin evenly toned and brighter.

  • Treats Mild Hyperpigmentation

These days hyperpigmentation is a common concern among all age groups. Although harmless, the patches of dark skin in some areas of the face makes it an annoying skin problem. It is a result of excess melanin production in the skin. Using glycolic acid can help address a mild case of hyperpigmentation as it exfoliates the top damaged layer of the skin. It can reduce the marks left behind by sun damage and ageing too.

  • Brightens Complexion

Apart from being a mild exfoliator, glycolic acid also plumps the skin by boosting hydration levels in the skin. Since it has the ability to retain moisture in the skin, using glycolic acid can brighten the complexion and make it look health


  1. What is glutathione ?

Glutathione is an antioxidant produced naturally in the cells of your body. It’s produced by the liver and consists mainly of three separate amino acids: glutamine, glycine, and cysteine. The compound is helpful in tissue building and repair and immune system function.

Generally, glutathione levels decline as you age and these levels can also be reduced by several other factors including stress, environmental toxins, and a poor diet. For this reason, it might be necessary to take glutathione supplements.


This is a frequently asked question about glutathione and one we get most often. When incorporated as part of your skincare routine, glutathione has several benefits. It acts as a skin-lightening agent and can combat the visible signs of aging like wrinkles and fine lines while, at the same time, improving your skin’s elasticity.


Glutathione has several mechanisms that all combine to lighten your skin and make it look more youthful. The mechanisms include:

  • Antioxidant actions. Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that detoxifies your skin and enhances its ability to combat the harmful effects of free radicals formed by sun exposure. It does this by reducing the oxidative stress caused by these free radicals and reducing toxin levels. This results in the reduction of dark spots, fine lines, and wrinkles and skin that looks youthful and vibrant
  • Depigmentation actions. One of the main mechanisms glutathione uses to lighten skin is depigmentation. Firstly, it inhibits tyrosinase activity. Tyrosinase plays an important role in melanogenesis. In other words, it determines how much melanin is produced and, thus, by inhibiting its actions, one can effectively control the levels of melanin in the skin. And the lower the levels of melanin, the lighter the skin. Another mechanism that aids in skin lightening is the activation of the pheomelanin pathway. Pheomelanin is a lighter type of pigment that’s found in the lighter parts of your skin like your lips. Thus, increasing the levels of pheomelanin causes lighter skin.
  • Anti-inflammatory actions. Glutathione reduces the levels of pro-inflammatory mediators because it has powerful, effective anti-inflammatory properties. In turn, this reduces acne, melasma, and hyperpigmentation.
  • Anti-aging actions. Glutathione has anti-aging properties that reduce wrinkles, fine lines, and dark spots. In addition, it also improves skin moisture and elasticity.

4)What does glutathione face wash do?

It helps to control acne, reduce dark spots, hyperpigmentation, prevents fine line and wrinkles giving you whiter, brighter and Glass skin tone making it look younger.

5) Can I use kojic acid and glutathione together?

Kojic Acid lightens pigmentation in the skin. Tranexamic Acid reduces pigmentation by decreasing melanin. production so it works synergistically with Glutathione.

5) How long does glutathione take to make skin brighter?

Ans. Glutathione may take three to nine weeks of consistent use to have noticeable and long-lasting effects.

  • How long does glutathione take to make a skin brighter?

Glutathione may take three to nine weeks of consistent use to have noticeable and long lasting effects.

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