|Manufacturer||Innova (Ipca), India|
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|3 Tube/s||US$ 5.00||US$ 15.50|
|6 Tube/s||US$ 4.42||US$ 26.5015%US$ 31.00|
|9 Tube/s||US$ 3.89||US$ 35.0025%US$ 46.50|
Cutisoft cream 1% is a prescription medicine for a variety of skin conditions such as eczema, insect bites, rash, dermatitis, itching, allergies, or itching of the outer female genitals. Hydrocortisone is the active ingredient present in the medicine, which reduces the redness, itching, or swelling associated with skin conditions. Cutisoft 1% is a mild corticosteroid which prevents body tissues from reacting to inflammation and treats skin rashes and irritation associated with skin disorders such as eczema and dermatitis. Use this formulation in the dose and duration as advised by your physician. Use this corticosteroid preparation on the skin only. However, do not apply it on the face, underarms, or groin area unless your physician asks you to do. To correctly use, refer your physician’s prescription, follow the directions given on it.
This topical formulation may contain certain ingredients that may be harmful to you may be allergic to them, consult your doctor before taking this medicine. Store the Cream in a cool and dry place. Let your doctor know if you use any medications (prescription, OTC, herbal) before he or she prescribes you Hydrocortisone. Ask him to give a list of drugs that may interact with hydrocortisone and that must be avoided.
Cutisoft 1% may cause side effects, but not everyone will experience them. The side effects associated with the use of Hydrocortisone are generally rare but can include a rash or allergic reaction if you are sensitive to any of the ingredients. If your side effects persist for a longer duration, you should stop using Cutisoft 1% cream. For a full list of side effects, consult a physician.
Cutisoft cream 1% is effective against skin conditions, including mild to moderate eczema, dermatitis, and insect bite reactions. Properly wash your hands and dry your skin before applying the medication. Apply a small amount of medication to the affected area, gently rub the formulation into the skin usually up to four times a day or as your physician instruct you to do so. Your physician will decide the dosage and length of the treatment after analysing your condition and other related factors. Do not bandage or cover the treated area with clothing unless your physician instructs you to do so. After applying the medication, be sure to wash your hands unless you apply the cream to treat your hands. Avoid getting the formulation in the eyes, nose, and mouth. If irritation continues, contact your physician straight away.
Use this anti-inflammatory medication for the condition for which it was prescribed to you. Do not use it longer than recommended by the physician. Tell your physician if your condition worsens after one week of regular usage.