Dosage : Cream
Contains : Drieline + Tazman Pepper + Superox
Category : Dermatological
Uses : Post-procedure skin healing solution / Epidermal recovery
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Tivor cream offers skin healing and repairing, instant calming, soothing and reduction in redness. It improves skin texture and radiance and is especially suitable for Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation condition.


Tivor contains Drieline, a multi-functional ingredient for skin repair, anti-microbial activity, reduction of skin redness and stretch marks. Additionally, Tivor is composed of Tazman Pepper which is an anti-inflammatory active ingredient that soothes and calms reactive skin. It instantly reduces itching and burning sensations. It is extracted from the Tasmanian Pepper fruit native to the cool temperate forest of South-Eastern Australia and Tasmania.


Tivor also contains Superox-C which acts as a skin luminosity booster. It energizes dull looking skin, improves the skin radiance, induces skin brightening and improves overall skin tone evenness.


Tivor cream is manufactured by Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd headquartered in Mumbai. Glenmark is ranked among the world’s top 80 pharma and biotech companies. It was founded in 1977 and currently has 17 manufacturing facilities and 5 R&D centres dedicated to the goal of enriching lives across the globe.

Tivor has been advised for you as a post-procedure skin healing solution and for PIH (Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation)


Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) is a skin condition which occurs after there is damage or irritation to the skin. It can be caused due to acne, burns, eczema (atopic dermatitis), allergic reactions, infection, insect bites, lichen planus, pseudofolliculitis barbae and psoriasis.


PIH can be epidermal (involving the top layer of skin), dermal (deeper layer of skin) or mixed. Out these, epidermal PIH is the most responsive to treatment with topical solutions.


Long-term management of PIH requires treating the underlying skin problem that is the main cause of hyperpigmentation and discolouration. Certain treatments can speed up the process, such as topical hydro-quinone, retinoid, corticosteroid, azelaic acid, glycolic acid, kojic acid, along with the application of procedures like light chemical peels and micro dermabrasion.


Post-procedure skin is normally dehydrated having lost its natural protective properties. During dermatological procedures like chemical peels, dermal fillers, laser therapy, micro dermabrasion, and intense pulse light procedures, the skin undergoes major changes. The unattended consequences of such procedures can be damaging to skin growth, especially if there is no skin care undertaken post the procedure. Essential nutrient therapies can aid skin repair and recovery and enhance the natural healing process.


As directed by your Dermatologist


As directed by your Dermatologist

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