Tolenorm Ointment (Pack Of 2)
For Vitilgo and hypopigmentary disorder
Contains 2 Units of Tolenorm Ointment (Each 75gm)
Tolenorm ointment is a Proprietary Siddha Medicine which augments tyrosinase activity and facilitates melanogenesis.
It is specially formulated with polar actives extracted through a unique process for the treatment of Viltiligo and hypo-pigmentary disorders.
Vitiligo, Hypopigmentary conditions
Science of Tolenorm ointment
- Increases dendrite formation in melanocytes (Important factor which aids transfer of melanin to skin cells)
- Transfers the melanosomes to keratinocytes (Increases melanin production in skin)
- unique and selective adhesion on the depigmented skin to provide an extra barrier which ensures sustained release of actives
- Offers sun protection
- Apply Tolenorm ointment in the affected areas and spread evenly.
- Apply thrice a day to ensure high bio-availability of active ingredients.
(Or) As advised by prescribing physician.
Each 5gm contains extract of
Wrightia tinctoria - 25mg
Psorolea corylifolia - 25mg
Indigofera tinctoria - 100mg
Oleum Cocus nucifera - Q.S
Uniqueness of herbs
Psoralea corylifolia: Contains psoralens that accelerates the photoxidation of DOPA and promotes pigmentation.
Wrightia tinctoria: Contains flavonoids, tannins, glycosides and phenolic compounds known to augment healing properties of skin
Indigofera tinctoria: Contains rich source of pigment indigo and is a natural colouring agent.
Available as 35 gm and 75gm tubes.
Contraindications: There are no known contra-indications.
Clinical efficacy (study duration 1 year)
- 50 vitiligo patients with various types of vitiligo problem were treated with topical tolenorm.
- Repigmentation was observed within 6-8 weeks.
- Nearly complete repigmentation was seen in segmental and focal vitiligo within 9-10 months.
- In case of generalized vitiligo, 50-60% repigmentaion could be obtained in 9-10 months.
The information and details provided on this page is not intended to be an alternative for professional medical advice. Consulting a qualified medical practitioner for diagnosis and regular clinical follow up is recommended.