|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|1 Cream||US$ 7.50||US$ 7.50|
|3 Cream||US$ 5.33||US$ 16.0029%US$ 22.50|
|6 Cream||US$ 4.25||US$ 25.5043%US$ 45.00|
Eumosone 15 gm is indicated for the treatment of eczema and dermatitis. It can help you to control patches of red, dry, flaky, or inflamed skin caused by eczema and dermatitis. Eumosone cream contains the active ingredient clobetasone butyrate, a topical corticosteroid used to control skin inflammation. Clobetasone butyrate stops the skin from overreacting to the triggers that cause skin flare-ups. It suppresses the inflammation that brings eczema or dermatitis. The topical formulation also has moisturizing properties.
Do not use Eumosone 15 gm if you have an allergy to:
— Any medicine containing clobetasone butyrate
— Any of the inactive ingredients in the medicine
— Any similar medicine, such as hydrocortisone
Signs and symptoms of an allergic reaction may include:
— Itching, rash, or hives on the skin
— shortness of breath
— Wheezing or difficulty breathing
— Swelling of the lips, tongue, or other parts of the body
You should not apply the medication on cuts, open wounds, infected skin, or inflamed skin near ulcers.
Eumosone is not meant to be used on rosacea, acne, pruritis, perioral dermatitis, untreated bacterial infections, fungal infections, viral infections, parasitic infestations, and psoriasis.
Do not use Clobetasone cream:
— If you are pregnant or think you may become pregnant
— If you are breast-feeding
— Treat any medical condition other than eczema and dermatitis unless the doctor advises.
Tell your doctor if you do not feel well while using Eumosone cream as soon as possible. The topical preparation helps most people with eczema and dermatitis, but it may have side effects in a few people. Clobetasone is less likely to cause any problem as long as you follow the advice given by your doctor. Don't be worried about the following side effects. You may not experience any of them. Tell your doctor if you notice an itch, rash, local skin burning, skin thinning, and bleaching.
Follow all directions given to you by your doctor. The minimum amount of cream should be used for the minimum amount of time. Do not use it for more than seven days. Squeeze out the formulation along the top of your index finger. A pea size amount is enough to cover eth affected area. Rub the cream gently so that it gets absorbed into the skin. Do not cover the treated skin patch with anything (dressings, bandages, gloves, or plastic wrap). It can cause more of the topical medicine to pass through the skin.
For adults and children over twelve years of age:
Use the cream twice daily for up to a week. Wash your hands before applying the medication. Squeeze out the correct amount of cream to cover the affected area. Be especially careful not to get the eye medication in your eyes. Use in children under twelve years of age on your doctor's advice.
Do not use the medicine for more than a week on the advice of a doctor.