Carac Cream is used in the treatment of Actinic Keratoses which is a result of unprotected exposure to the sun.
Store Carac Cream at room temperature and away from the influence of heat or moisture. Keep Carac Cream away from children and out of their reach.
Before using Carac Cream, inform you doctor of any health problems that you have. For those it may concern, make sure to tell your doctor if you are pregnant or are planning to be. Also, make sure to keep the medication away from children.
During treatment, your skin will not look very appealing, but new skin will start to grow during the recovery phase. Carac Cream will also make your skin more susceptible to sunburns. Try to avoid direct sunlight. Also, do not cover the area being treated in any way, unless told to do so by your doctor.
Carac Cream should be used as directed by your doctor. Clean the affected area and wait approximately ten minutes before applying the medication. Use rubber gloves when applying the medication and make sure to wash your hands before and after use. Also, make sure not to get this cream in your eyes or mouth.
If you have any known allergies to ingredients of Carac Cream or if your current medication interferes with this cream. Discuss this with your doctor. In addition, if you are pregnant do not use this medication.
Some serious side effects include allergic reactions such as getting hives, trouble breathing, or swelling up. Also, if you feel extreme irritation, make sure to contact your doctor as soon as possible.
Some common side effects of Carac Cream include: redness, pain, crusting, irritation, burning sensation, and inflammation.