EFLORA Cream 15gm

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Drug Information for EFLORA Cream 15gm

What is EFLORA?

  • EFLORA contains eflornithine
  • It slows down the growth of hair through its effect on a specific enzyme (a protein in the body involved in the production of hair)







What EFLORA is used for?

  • EFLORA is used to reduce the growth of excessive hair (Hirsutism) on the face of women older than 18 years of age
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Talk to your doctor before taking this medicine, if you:

  • are allergic to eflornithine or any of the other ingredients of this medicine
  • suffer from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or specific hormone producing tumors
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  • Do not use EFLORA if you are pregnant or breast-feeding
  • You should use an alternative method to manage your facial hair if you are pregnant or trying to become pregnant
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  • EFLORA is not recommended for use in anyone younger than 18 years of age
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  • EFLORA is not expected to have any effect on your ability to drive or use machines
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  • Talk to your doctor if you need to use other medicines on the areas of skin where you are using the cream
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  • Always use this medicine exactly as your doctor has told you
  • Use twice a day, at least 8 hours apart
  • If you experience irritation (e.g. stinging burning), reduce the use of EFLORA to once daily until the irritation has gone. If it persists, contact your doctor
  • If you have just shaved or used any other hair removal method, wait at least 5 minutes before using EFLORA. It may sting or burn if you put this cream on cut or irritated skin
  • Clean and dry the areas of the skin where you will be using the cream
  • Apply a thin layer of cream and rub it in thoroughly until no visual residual product remains on the treated areas
  • If possible, do not wash these areas of skin for 4 hours after applying the cream
  • Wash your hands after applying the cream
  • Wait at least 5 minutes before using make-up or sunscreen on the same areas
  • When using on the face, avoid contact with your eyes or the inside of your nose or mouth. If you should accidentally get EFLORA into your eyes, mouth or nose, rinse well with water

If you use more EFLORA

  • If you put too much cream on your skin, it is unlikely to harm you

If you forget to use EFLORA

  • Apply straight away but wait at least 8 hours before using it again 

If you stop using EFLORA

  • To maintain the reduction of hair growth keep using EFLORA continuously as indicated


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Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.




  • acne
  • dry skin
  • hair loss
  • inflammation around the hair shaft
  • itching
  • rash
  • redness
  • skin irritation and bumps caused by shaving
  • stinging, tingling or burning feeling on the skin


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  • bumpy rash (popular rash)
  • cold sores
  • redness and irritation at the site where the cream is applied
  • eczema
  • inflamed, dry, cracked or numb lips
  • in growing hairs
  • pale areas on the skin
  • skin bleeding
  • skin inflammation and other skin disorders
  • sore skin
  • swelling of the mouth or face
  • unusual hair texture or hair growth


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  • abnormal skin growth (skin neoplasm)
  • excessive hair growth
  • flushing, facial redness and pimples possibly with pus
  • red, scaly and itchy skin inflammation (seborrheic dermatitis)
  • red, bumpy or blistering rash


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  • Keep this medicine out of reach of children
  • Do not use this medicine after the expiry date
  • Store at room temperature (15-25°C)
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