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Transino has 240 milligram of L- cysteine
and contains 1000 milligram of Vitamin C
Transino® was especially successful. Based on
tranexamic acid, it went on sale in September 2007 as the
first medication approved in Japan as effective against
skin discoloration caused by melasma. Sales reached
¥2.6 billion over the next six months
Melasma is a condition that causes skin blemishes in areas around the
cheekbones and commonly occurs in women in their thirties and forties. The
blemishes tend to be symmetrically distributed in terms of size and shape on
the left and right sides of the face. Regarded as diffi cult to cure, the condition
can also appear on the forehead and around the mouth. The results of a survey
of 1,000 people conducted by DSHC in 2006 showed that melasma was
the suspected cause in one in three cases of skin blemishes affecting women
within a one-year period. The onset of melasma is believed to be linked in some way
to hormonal conditions in women. Stress is also thought to be involved. Laser treatment
reportedly causes the condition to worsen.
Treatment with tranexamic acid, which is the main ingredient of Transino®, is
effective against melasma. Transino® is the only OTC drug approved in Japan as
being effective against skin blemishes caused by melasma. Further information on
melasma and Transino® can be found on the websites to the right (information only
available in Japanese)What is Melasma?
How to Use:
- 6 tablets a day (2 tablets after each meal --> breakfast, lunch and dinner with warm water)
- Daily dose (6 tablets)
- Tranexamic acid 750mg
- L-Cysteine 240mg
- 300mg Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) 300mg
- Pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6) 6mg
- Calcium pantothenate 24mg
Mostly for 30~40 ages of women,but can be taken by 20's but not below that age.
Should stop after continuous taking for 2 months and and take again after 2 months or when your skin has melanin or melasma problem.