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  • Ban A Tan Cream 50g
Curatio Health Care Pvt Ltd

Ban A Tan Cream 50g

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    BAN A TAN is a skin lightening cream, targeted towards reducing dark patches present on the face and neck.

    BAN A TAN has six active ingredients with a proven clinical record for skin lightening.

    BAN A TAN is easily spreadable, dermatologically tested and steroid-free.


    Disease Overview

    Melasma occurs when the skin produces excess melanin (pigment that gives skin its colour) which makes spots or patches of skin appear darker than surrounding areas. It is usually present in the sun-exposed areas like the face and the neck.


    Directions of use


    Before application of BAN A TAN, cleanse your face with a suitable facewash to exfoliate the dead skin.

    Apply BAN A TAN generously and evenly on your face. Recommended for twice daily application (once during daytime and once during the night)

    After application of BAN A TAN, apply a sunscreen before stepping out in the sun. Spending time in the sun may increase the severity of melasma. To control this exacerbation it is recommended to apply a sunscreen of minimum 50 SPF.



    Unlike other skin lightening creams, BAN A TAN is not photosensitive, so can be applied even during the daytime.

    The ingredients in BAN A TAN have bagged international accolades for their efficacy in skin lightening.

    BAN A TAN is easily spreadable, steroid-free and dermatologically tested. It is also a non-irritant to skin.

    BAN A TAN is steroid-free. All the ingredients in it have a natural origin and hence it is devoid of side effects.









    Warnings & precautions

    BAN ATAN is strictly for external use only.


    Trivia & myth busters



    Melasma can be cured by any fairness cream.


    No over the counter fairness cream of the world is going to cure melasma. Melasma can only be managed but not completely cured.


    Sun exposure triggers melasma.


    Sun exposure does not trigger melasma. The root cause of these dark patches is hormones (although the cycle is not fully understood). The sun can only exacerbate/increase the severity of melasma. That is why, not all, exposed to the same amount UV intensity develop melasma. Only a few whose hormones are pre-disposed to melasma, develop these dark patches. Since sun exposure can exacerbate melasma, it is recommended to wear a 50 SPF sunscreen, hat and sunglasses when stepping out in the sun.



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