Also Known as Clobex, Dermovate
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Temovate is an atopic eczema treatment medication available by prescription and also used to treat allergic rash, dermatitis, and psoriasis. It is one the stronger medications found in the corticosteroid class of drugs and very effective for relief of the swelling, itching, and redness that occurs with severe skin inflammatory responses. Clobetasol should be used only when the conditions flare up, and patients should not apply it to skin regularly for any time longer than 2 weeks. Buy Temovate from Canpharm and Canada and get the best price on it.
Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition where skin develops rashes that are itchy, red, dry, cracked, or leathery. Areas of skin that are affected most often are backs of knees, wrists, hands, or feet. For darker-skinned people eczema can affect skin pigments and make areas lighter or darker.
Wash and dry hands before using
Clean and dry affected skin areas to be treated
Apply a thin film on Temovate cream and rub into affected skin areas
Apply 1 or 2x a day as needed
Do not use more than 50g per week unless doctor approves it
The active ingredient in Temovate Solution is Clobetasol
Let your doctor know of any history of blood circulation problems, immune system disorder, or skin conditions like rosacea or perioral dermatitis before starting on Temovate solution
Keep away from eyes, mouth, and nose and do not apply to broken skin or skin that is recovering from a wound or injury
Using cream over a large area of skin for a longer period of time may make it more difficult for the body to respond to physical stress
Extended medication use may slow a child's growth
Negative drug interactions may occur between Temovate solution and other Rx medications, including prednisone and immunosuppressants like cyclosporine. Let your doctor know of all medications you are currently taking before getting a prescription and proceeding to buy Temovate generic online.
Temovate side effects may occur, and some users may experience burning, stinging, itching, dryness or redness at the application site. Folliculitis is also possible but uncommon. If side effects are experienced, you may want to stop use and meet with a doctor again to discuss medicated skin cream alternatives.
How long does it take for Temovate to work?
You should begin seeing improvements and less skin inflammation, redness, and irritation caused by any of the skin conditions detailed above within 1 to 3 days of application.
Can you use Temovate Solution on your face?
Clobetasol is a powerful corticosteroid medication and lower potency ones like hydrocortisone are better suited for treating inflamed skin on the face.
Does Temovate Solution make hair grow?
Yes, Clobetasol can stimulate hair growth and if it does occur it will commonly be very minimal growth seen at about 12 to 14 weeks into treatment. However, keep in mind that Clobetasol is a potent topical steroid and not a good option for hair or scalp conditions.
Does Temovate Solution expire?
Yes, this medication will have an expiry date and after that date, it will be decreasingly effective for treatment of skin inflammation conditions like eczema, dermatitis, and psoriasis. Be sure to be aware of the medication expiry date.