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Skin Care, Women's Health Vaniqa (Generic) Generic drugs, marketed without brand names, contain the exact same active ingredients used in their brand-name counterparts, but cost significantly less. The drugs are required to meet US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) standards for safety, purity and effectiveness.

Vaniqa 13.9% Cream is an enzyme inhibitor that is used topically to the skin in order to reduce the rate at which undesirable facial hair grows in women. It does not work as a hair remover.


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Eflornithine cream, 13.9% by weight What kind of medication is this? Eflornithine binds to and disrupts the activity of a molecule found in the skin's hair follicles. This causes a reduction in the rate of hair growth in the areas where the cream is administered. Eflornithine is a medication that is prescribed to women in order to remove unsightly facial hair. It does not eliminate hair from the face permanently and does not "cure" excessive facial hair. On the other hand, it will help you better control your illness and will make you seem better. In addition to the applications discussed in this pharmaceutical guide, eflornithine may also be utilized for a variety of other objectives. Before I start using this medication, what information is important for my physician to have? If you have ever experienced an adverse response to eflornithine in the past, you should avoid using it. The FDA has classified eflornithine as a pregnancy category C drug. This indicates that it is unknown whether or not eflornithine will cause damage to a developing baby in the womb. If you are pregnant, you should not use this medicine until consulting with your healthcare provider first. Also, it is unknown whether or not eflornithine is excreted into breast milk. If you are a nursing mother, you should not take this medication without first discussing it with your healthcare provider. It is not recommended that children under the age of 12 take this medication since it has not been evaluated for their safety. Just apply eflornithine topically to the affected area. Even if you do not observe any benefits right away, you should keep using the eflornithine. The hair on one's face gradually thins down over time. It is possible that patients will experience improvement as soon as four to eight weeks after beginning therapy; however, it may take longer for some people. After a therapy period of six months, if there is no sign of progress, the treatment should be stopped. When roughly 8 weeks have passed since therapy has been stopped, the amount of hair growth may revert to its pretreatment levels. What is the correct way to take this medication? Just apply eflornithine topically to the affected area. Follow your physician's instructions for how to use Eflornithine. If you are unable to comprehend these instructions, please consult with your nurse, pharmacist, or physician to have them clarified. Eflornithine is not a treatment that may "cure" undesirable facial hair or eliminate hair in a permanent manner. It is not a device for removing hair (depilatory). You will need to proceed as usual with the methods you use to remove hair from your body. You will notice an improvement in both your look and your ability to manage your condition when you take eflornithine. His remedy is solely intended for topical application. The cream should be used twice daily, with an interval of at least eight hours between each application, or as advised by your physician. Always be sure to wash your hands before and after using any product. With the methods you typically use to remove hair, shave off any and all facial hair that may be present. When using Eflornithine, you should wait as least 5 minutes after having hair removed. After fully massaging the cream into the skin, apply a very thin layer of it to the afflicted parts of the face as well as the neighboring affected areas under the chin. After the therapy has been applied, you should wait at least four hours before washing the affected regions. It is important to keep this drug away from your eyes, nose, and mouth. If this does happen, you should thoroughly clean the area with water. If any of the cream goes into your eyes, immediately flush them out with plenty of water and call your primary care physician. When applied to skin that is already injured or irritated, eflornithine may cause brief redness, rash, burning, stinging, or tingling sensations. This is especially true if the skin is already inflamed. If irritation occurs, the amount of eflornithine that you apply should be cut down to once per day. If the irritation persists, you should stop using the lotion and make an appointment with your doctor. After using Eflornithine, you may then use cosmetics or sunscreen, but you should wait a few minutes to give the treatment time to be absorbed into the skin before applying the additional products. What other substances could react with this medication? Talk to your primary care physician before using eflornithine if you are currently taking any other drugs, whether they are over-the-counter or prescribed, and especially if you are utilizing any other topical treatments. It's possible that you won't be able to take this medication, or that you'll need a change to the dosage or further monitoring while you're using it. Eflornithine may have an interaction with medications that are not included in this list. Have a conversation with both your primary care physician and your local pharmacist before starting any new medication, whether it be prescribed or over-the-counter. What side effects should I be on the lookout for while I'm taking this medication? It is important to keep this drug away from your eyes, nose, and mouth. If this does happen, you should thoroughly clean the area with water. In the event that Eflornithine goes into your eyes, immediately flush them out with plenty of water and call your doctor. What potential negative reactions may I have to this medication? When applied to skin that is already damaged or irritated, eflornithine may temporarily induce redness, rash, burning, stinging, or tingling sensations. This is especially true if the skin is fractured. If irritation occurs, the frequency of applications should be decreased to once daily. If the discomfort persists, you should discontinue taking eflornithine and make an appointment with your primary care physician. Folliculitis, often known as hair bumps, is a possibility. Please consult your physician if these symptoms do not abate. It's possible that some of these symptoms won't be the only ones you experience. Speak to your healthcare provider about any unwanted effects that strike you as particularly uncomfortable or that appear out of the ordinary. What can I expect if I forget to take a dose? If you forget to take your dose of eflornithine, just skip the dose you missed and continue to take your medication according to your normal schedule. It is not safe to take a second dosage of this medicine or to try to "catch up" on a dose that you missed. Where should I store my medication, please? Keep this medication at room temperature, away from moisture and heat, and out of the reach of children. It is imperative that the drug not be allowed to freeze.


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