This medication is a topical corticosteroid, prescribed for certain types of skin disorders. This medication decreases the action of chemicals that causes inflammation, redness and swelling.
Topical- Skin disorders - As dipropionate (0.05%) or valerate (0.025 or 0.1%): Apply as directed by your physician.
It comes as a cream, lotion, ointment to apply topically as directed by your physician.
• Caution should be exercised in patients with history of skin thinning, skin infection, diabetes, increased eye pressure, cataract, circulation disorder, immune disorder, tuberculosis, chickenpox, shingles, measles, positive TB skin test, recently vaccinated, who are taking other medications, any allergy, children, during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
• For external use only; avoid contact with eyes, mouth.
• Local : Dry skin, cracking, tightening of skin, pimples, sores, redness, itching, burning, stinging, irritation, increased hair growth, change in skin color and skin infection can rarely occur.
Wash your hands thoroughly after applying this medication.
Store it at room temperature, and keep away from children.
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