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Dermovate Cream For Face
Hi doc, just want to ask if its good to continue use of dermovate cream for my face, I have some redness in my face and rashes.
First of all am thanking for your help. My question is I used dermovate cream for several years and I need to quit this cream, and I tried for weeks but my face look worse what can I do please help.
Not for face: Clobetasol should not be used on the face. Sounds like you have a condition caused by steroid on the face. Technical term is "perioral dermatitis" or periorafacial dermatitis". It features red pimples with a narrow clear area around the mouth. Clobetasol makes it temporarily better but it rebounds worse. You will get worse until you stop it, even though it is worse when you first stop. CalcineurinSee 1 more doctor answer
I used dermovate cream since 2012. Now my skin become sensitive when I stop this cream my face looks with red pimples and looks burned. So please help me how can I get good skin with out this cream help please?
Second opinion: I routinely recommend discontinuing ineffective treatment. If you are having trouble with discontinuing and have underlying skin issues that could benefit from another cream, then a trusted dermatologist should be able to help. If you need a referral, ask people you know for the name of a dermatologist who will spend the time to discuss and explain their diagnosis/treatment/outcome expected.See 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: It can be, ask your dermatoligist.Get a more detailed answer ›
Prescription Steroid: Dermovate cream (clobetasol propionate) is a prescription corticosteroid cream. Due to its high potency it should not be used on the face or genitals. Limited use is recommended due to its potential adverse effects. Regular follow up by your physician is recommended.
I have ptriasis chondroisis acute dises and this cause to me too much prurites. I already use tetracycle, dermovate cream and ketokanazol shampoo. Ok?
Yes: This is culmination can be used for specific advice from your doctor
Skinoren cream - dermovate cream - dermatix how to use them and what is this creams for these creams were given by my dermatologist but he no explain?
Indication?: Skinoren cream contains azelaic acid 20%; Dermovate: Clobetasol is a topical corticosteroid; Dermatix is a Silicone Gel. I suspect these are for acne treatment, but it behooves you to call your dermatologist and get your answers best from the guy who prescribed the therapy and knows your condition.
Got 2 cut on my foreskin while mastubating. Cut healed. Burning sensation still there from last 2 week. Dermovate cream didn't work. No redness no swelling?
2 weeks too long: A cut lasting that long needs to be evaluated by a dermatologist
I have psoriasis since my teenage I am using clobetasol ointment, dermovate ointment today the pharmacist give me clotrimazole cream usp1%w/w. is that same??
Moisturizer: I am a strong advocate on using non-scented soap and moisturizer after (preferably daily) bathing. Have you tried these? As for the cream, the former two are cortisone the clotrimazole is for fungal infection- they are totally different. See a dermatologist if the above measures did not work for you.
I am on 20mg methotrexate and Dermovate cream and folic acid. Why is the red patches not fading off my hands. I am 10 years on these meds?
Need moreInformation: In order to answer your question, please tell me what you are being treated for with the methotrexate and dermovate cream. What type of doctor prescribed it for you (dermatologist for psoriasis?). Are you taking methotrexate pills or injections under the skin. Are you taking it once per week? How long have you had the red patches on your skin? What does your doctor say when you ask him/her?See 1 more doctor answer
Depends: There are multiple face creams with multiple purposes. What did you buy it for? Some are for moisturizing, others for exfoliation, anti-aging, pigment removal, etc. If you look at skin care guidelines available at Skin Care Guidelines - SkinCarePhysicians. Com you should be on the right track
Serious Rx: You've already got acne scarring. This would not have happened if you'd gotten cared for by a scientific physician. Acne is a serious, chronic, non-lifestyle-related disease, a major personal and professional liability, that can be managed by 21st century care. With many blackheads, a topical retinoic acid derivative is a good choice; since scarring's present, likely an antibiotic also. Go for it.
Expired Face Cream: In general, most products can be used beyond their expiration date. The theoretical risk of old face creams is that they can become contaminated with bacteria from your hands. For optimal hygiene, it is a good idea to wash your hands before applying any multiple use product. In theory, if your hands are dirty, then any bacteria will be transferred to the face cream and from there to your face.