Raplite Depigmenting Cream

  • Targets Hyperpigmentation
  • Brightens Complexion
  • Improves Melasma
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Product Description
Raplite Depigmenting Cream is a targeted skincare solution designed to diminish the appearance of dark spots, hyperpigmentation, and uneven skin tone. Its advanced formula contains potent ingredients that inhibit melanin production, promoting a clearer, more uniform complexion. Suitable for all skin types, this cream hydrates and nourishes while effectively reducing discoloration, resulting in brighter, more radiant skin with regular use.
Key Benefits
  • Targets hyperpigmentation effectively.
  • Brightens complexion for a radiant look.
  • Contains potent depigmenting ingredients.
  • Hydrates skin, preventing dryness.
  • Non-greasy formula suitable for all skin types.
How to Use
  • Wash & dry your skin before application.
  • Apply an even layer on the affected area.
Key Ingredients
  • Tranexamic Acid
  • Kojic Acid
  • Arbutin
  • Licorice Extract
  • Vitamin E
  • MAgnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate
  • Mulberry Extract

Other Information

Country of Origin
Mfg/Marketer details
Conor Cosmo India Pvt. Ltd.
Khasra No. 8/28/2, Kripal Nagar, Baldev Nagar, Chandigarh-Ambala Highway, Ambala City-134007
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  • Dermatologist


Frequently Asked Questions

Raplite Depigmenting Cream contains ingredients like salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide that penetrate the pores to unclog them, reduce inflammation, and kill acne-causing bacteria. It also helps regulate sebum production, preventing future breakouts.
While Raplite Depigmenting Cream is formulated to be gentle, it may still cause irritation for some individuals with sensitive skin. It's recommended to perform a patch test before applying it to the entire face. If irritation occurs, discontinue use and consult a dermatologist.
Results vary depending on individual skin types and severity of acne. However, noticeable improvements can often be seen within a few weeks of regular use. Consistency is key, so it's important to continue using the product as directed to achieve optimal results.
It's generally safe to use Raplite Depigmenting Cream in conjunction with other acne treatments, but it's advisable to consult with a dermatologist before combining products. This can help prevent potential interactions and ensure the most effective treatment plan for your skin.
While side effects are rare, some individuals may experience mild irritation, dryness, or peeling when first using Raplite Depigmenting Cream. These effects usually subside as the skin adjusts to the treatment. If severe irritation occurs, discontinue use and consult a healthcare professional.
It's always best to consult with a healthcare professional before using any skincare product, including Raplite Depigmenting Cream, during pregnancy or while breastfeeding. Some ingredients in the cream may not be recommended for use during these times, so it's important to seek professional guidance.
For best results, Raplite Depigmenting Cream should be applied once or twice daily, depending on your skin's tolerance. Start with once daily and gradually increase if needed. It's important to follow the instructions provided with the product and to use sunscreen during the day, as some ingredients may increase skin sensitivity to the sun.
Yes, Raplite Depigmenting Cream can be used as a spot treatment for individual acne lesions. Apply a small amount directly onto the affected area and allow it to absorb before applying any other skincare products. However, for widespread acne, it's best to apply the cream to the entire affected area rather than just spot treating.

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