Benoquin

Last Update May 20, 2016
Benoquin is a skin medication.
Uses: Our data suggest that Benoquin is taken for Vitiligo, although it is not approved for this condition. Read More
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Last Update May 20, 2016
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What people say about Benoquin

Positive 16 "I wish I had started using mequinol when you did because I had been like you now. ...I tried benoquin before and it worked very fast for ...I saw a vitiligo patient who used 20% mequinol for depigmentation."Read more positive discussions
Negative 2 "Benoquin, Mequinol and Mono are not good choices. As mindwitch said, all that is needed is HQ 4% and RA for good results. I would also add that Vitamin C serum is beneficial as well. There... "Read more negative discussions
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Facts about Benoquin

What does Benoquin treat?
Alcohol warning on Benoquin
There may be a negative interaction between Benoquin and alcohol.
How do I obtain Benoquin?
Prescription in the USA
How do I take Benoquin?
Ointment
What dosages are available?
Cream: 20%
Ingredients
Monobenzone
Approval Date
November 10, 1952
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