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The drug Tri-Luma is a topical corticosteroid, depigmentation agent, and keratolytic. Its mechanism is not well understood, but it has proven effective in treating melasma, the patches of dark skin that occur commonly in women who are pregnant or are undergoing hormone therapy for contraception or otherwise. It is a vital medication for reversing the cosmetic damage caused by melasma, but there's no reason to pay full price for it. To get Tri-Luma at the best price, use the Optum Perks pharmacy search tool to find cheap Tri-Luma at a discount offered by a local pharmacy. Then reduce the price of Tri-Luma even further by picking up a Optum Perks Tri-Luma coupon. Our coupons reduce the cost of Tri-Luma even further than the pharmacy price so you can maximize your savings when filling Tri-Luma prescriptions. Bring your paper or electronic Tri-Luma coupon to the pharmacy when you drop off your prescription to receive savings on Tri-Luma that are reusable every time you check out.
For patients with melasma, a benign skin condition that causes patches of discolored skin to appear slowly and spontaneously, Tri-Luma may assist in the reduction of the appearance of discoloration. The three agents in Tri-Luma work on separate bodily processes to return patches of discolored skin to the same color as that of surrounding skin.
Tri-Luma is a drug taken as a topical cream. Patients apply a thin layer of the cream to the affected or discolored areas once daily. It is advised that patients avoid lying down or allowing the back to be vigorously touched or rubbed after application to prevent accidental removal. Once control of the condition is achieved, therapy should be discontinued.
Medications that prevent blood clotting can have serious consequences if taken under circumstances in which the normal flow of blood may be interrupted. Tell your doctor before beginning use of Tri-Luma if you have allergies to medicines, food, or other substances, or if you have eczema, high white blood cell count, a sunburn, asthma, measles, tuberculosis (TB), chickenpox, or shingles. Let your doctor know if you are pregnant, nursing, or planning to become pregnant. Also provide a list of all medications you are currently taking to treat other conditions.
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