I have been advised to use emolene cream for treatment of dry skin in the chin which the doctor suggested was the reason of pigmentation there. Is this cream safe during or just before pregnancy.Thanks

Question (Posted on :  13 Feb 2008 )


I have been advised to use emolene cream for treatment of dry skin in the chin which the doctor suggested was the reason of pigmentation there. Is this cream safe during or just before pregnancy.Thanks

Doctor's Response (Posted on : 13 Feb 2008 )


Emolene contains Lecithin, Propylene glycol and Diazolidinyl Urea etc., This is the correct medication of dry skin with hyperpigmentation. This cream when used externally is safe during pregnancy. Make sure that you don't accidentally take it orally - wash your hands well after applying the cream.

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