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The active ingredient in Eumovate cream is Clobetasone Butyrate 0.05%. This mild topical corticosteroid helps to reduce skin inflammation.
Skin inflammation is caused by irritation or allergic reactions to the skin and causes the blood vessels to widen and causes an irritated skin area to become swollen, red, itchy, and painful.
Clobetasone works inside the skin cells to stop the release of inflammatory substances. It reduces the redness, swelling, itching and redness and prevents further irritation by scratching. Eumovate cream treats weepy, dry skin.
Eumovate is used to relieve itching and inflammation caused by various skin conditions including the following:
Irritant contact dermatitis
Allergic contact dermatitis
Reactions to insect bites and stings
After the treatment has been successful, Eumovate can be used as a maintenance therapy to prevent eczema flare-ups.
Apply Eumovate cream evenly to affected skin areas once or twice daily or as directed by your doctor. Do not apply the cream to infected areas or the broken skin unless medication is being used to treat the infection.
Eumovate cream should not get in your eyes, nose or mouth. If the cream comes into contact with these areas accidentally, rinse immediately with cold water.
If Eumovate cream is being applied to your hands, you must thoroughly wash them.
Unless your doctor directs, the areas to be treated should not have their skin covered with tight dressings. It could increase the absorption of the medication into the body and increase the risk of side effects.
Your doctor may recommend Eumovate dressings. Before applying creams or ointments to the skin, it should be clean and dry. Waterproof pants and nappies for children will serve as an airtight covering and help increase the medication's absorption.
Apply Eumovate cream and gently rub it into the skin. Adults should not consume more than 100-g per week.
You should seek medical advice immediately if you have used Eumovate to treat your psoriasis, and you observe pus-filled lumps occurring under your skin (called pustular psoriasis).
Side effects of Eumovate may include:
A local allergic reaction causing burning, itching, itching, and redness
Hair growth increases
Skin colour changes or thinning of the skin and bones
Rounding the face due to weight gain
Eye conditions: cataract or glaucoma
High blood pressure
Please refer to the Patient Information Leaflet for a complete list of side effects that Eumovate can cause.
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you have concerns about side effects that do not disappear after stopping Eumovate.
Eumovate can cause severe allergic reactions. You should seek immediate medical attention at your nearest Emergency Department.
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