Dermovare DERMATOLOGIST CREAM 25g CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE 0.05 %
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What is Dermovate Cream
Dermovate Cream is used for Inflammatory skin conditions, Itching and other conditions. Dermovate Cream may also be used for purposes not listed in this medication guide.
Dermovate Cream contains Clobetasol Propionate as an active ingredient.
Dermovate Cream works by reducing certain immune responses to reduce redness and itching of the skin.
Detailed information related to Dermovate Cream’s uses, composition, dosage, side effects and reviews is listed below.
Dermovate Cream is used for the treatment, control, prevention, & improvement of the following diseases, conditions and symptoms:
- Inflammatory skin conditions
How do I use Dermovate?
Dermovate cream or ointment should be applied thinly to the affected areas of skin once or twice a day to start with. As soon as the condition starts to improve, you should use it less frequently, as directed by your doctor. See below for how much to use.
Don’t apply the cream or ointment to broken or infected areas of skin, unless the infection is also being treated. Don’t apply it to the face unless instructed to by your specialist.
Take care to avoid getting the cream or ointment in your eyes, mouth or nose. Rinse with cold water if accidental contact occurs.
Wash your hands thoroughly after applying the cream or ointment, unless the hands are the area being treated.
Don’t cover the area being treated with airtight dressings such as bandages or other dressings unless directed by a doctor, as these increase the absorption of the medicine into the body and so increase the risk of side effects. If your doctor has advised you to use dressings with Dermovate, you should cleanse the skin before applying the cream or ointment under a fresh dressing.
Continue using Dermovate for as long as your doctor has recommended. Always follow the instructions given by your doctor. If your skin condition has not improved after two weeks of treatment you should consult your doctor.
If a specialist has prescribed Dermovate to treat a child or skin on the face, wherever possible it should not be used for longer than five days at a time. You should not use airtight dressings to cover the area treated. Be aware that children’s nappies can also act as an airtight dressing and can increase the absorption of the medicine. Children being treated with Dermovate should be reviewed by their specialist at least once a week.