Works as a corticosteroid. Used topically especially for short-term use of inflammation by reducing erythema, pain and swelling.
Used for short-term use of the treatment of resistant skin diseases such as psoriasis, eczema, lupus erythematosus, lichen planus, and forms of inflammation and hives from corticosteroid-responsive dermatoses.
Cloderma is usually good tolerance, but hypersensitivity should not be used. Avoid use in patients with rosacea, acne, perioral dermatitis, skin lesions caused by infection with viruses, fungi, or bacteria.
The dermatoses in children under 1 year include dermatitis and napkins eruptions.
Dosage and method of use:
Apply thinly 1-2 times a day and immediately stopped if the treatment results have been reached. Treatment should not exceed 2 grams a day. On non-continuous use, it may take around 4 weeks without any abnormalities from the sufferer. Importantly, the total dose must not exceed 50 grams per week.