Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml
Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml contains clobetasol, which is a topical corticosteroid. It is used for the treatment of auto-immune skin disorders such as psoriasis (scaly, itchy, and red patches on the skin), lichen planus (purplish, itchy, and flat bumps on the wrists, forearms, or legs), discoid lupus erythematosus (red, coin-shaped scales or crusts on the scalp, cheeks, and ears), and eczema (red and itchy skin). Autoimmune skin disorders are conditions in which immune cells attack the healthy cells of the body, causing inflammation. Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml can suppress the immune system and reduce inflammation.
Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml is available only for topical use in various forms including cream, ointment, and shampoo. Your doctor will advise you which dosage form of clobetasol is suitable based on the infected place. And also suggested how often you need to take Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml based on your medical condition. While applying, make sure it does not come in contact with the eye. In case Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml comes in contact with eyes accidentally, rinse with warm water thoroughly. Please do not use it on unaffected areas or for other skin infections without informing your doctor.
Common side-effects of Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml are burning or stinging sensation in the eye, itching, redness, dryness, and swelling of the skin at the site of application. Long-term use of Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml may have an effect on the adrenal gland and cause abnormal effects. It may also vision problems in some cases.
Inform your doctor if you are allergic to clobetasol or any of the other ingredients present in this medicine. Do not use Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml in children under 12 years of age without a doctor’s advice. Do not use Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml to treat acne, rosacea (facial flushing on and around the nose), perioral dermatitis (red or scaly rashes around the mouth), anogenital pruritis (itching around the anus or genitals), itchy, broken, or infected skin which is not inflamed, and widespread plaque psoriasis (except single lesions).
Autoimmune skin diseases such as psoriasis, eczema, lichen planus, and discoid lupus erythematosus
The skin gets inflamed when chemical mediators release chemicals into the skin that cause inflammation. It leads to rashes, swelling, and itching, which can be treated by Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml. It targets the immune system and lowers the immune response, providing some time for the inflamed skin to heal.
Unfortunately, like all other medicines, Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml also may cause some side effects including burning or stinging sensation in the eye, itching, dryness, swelling, irritation, or redness at the application site, or red bumps filled with pus may occur after the initial treatment. These side-effects improve when the body adjusts to the medication. If the condition doesn’t improve, talk to your doctor immediately. Long-term use of Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml may result in skin thinning, acne, allergic reaction, hair growth, and permanent stretch marks at the site of application, and folliculitis (inflammation of hair follicles), if applied on the scalp. In rare cases, Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml may enter into the bloodstream from the skin. Contact your doctor promptly if you experience unusual or extreme fatigue, vision disturbances.
Inform your doctor before using Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml, if you have previously had an allergic reaction (hypersensitivity) with another steroid. If there is an overdose, clean the area thoroughly and re-apply the medicine. Apply the medication carefully if you are using it on eyelids or near the eyes, as there is a risk of cataracts or glaucoma if the drug enters the eye frequently. Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml can enter the skin easily and may cause skin thinning because of repeated application. So, apply it carefully when using on broken or damaged skin and large surface area of skin. Inform your doctor immediately if you experience vision problems or any other abnormal signs. Do not use Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml at the same time as other creams or ointments such as a moisturiser. Wait at least 30 minutes between using clobetasol and any other product.
Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml may not interact with alcohol.
Pregnant women should consult a doctor before using Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml.
Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml should be used with caution in breastfeeding mothers. However, if prescribed by your doctor and Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml is applied on the chest, make sure the affected area does not come into contact with the baby's mouth while breastfeeding.
Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml does not show any effect on driving. But contact a doctor if you get any problems with your vision. Do not drive if you have problems with your eyesight after using Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml.
Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml should be used with caution in patients with liver diseases.
Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml should be used in patients with kidney diseases only when prescribed by a doctor.
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Eczema is the name for a group of conditions that cause the skin to become dry and irritated. or eczema, a condition that causes the skin to become itchy, dry and cracked.
Psoriasis is a skin condition that causes red, flaky, crusty patches of skin covered with silvery scales. The severity of psoriasis varies greatly from person to person. For some, it's just a minor irritation, but for others, it can majorly affect their quality of life. Psoriasis is a long-lasting (chronic) disease that usually involves periods when you have no symptoms or mild symptoms, followed by periods when symptoms are more severe.
Lichen planus is a rash that can affect different parts of your body, including the inside of your mouth. Lichen planus on your skin can be very itchy, but not always.
Lupus is a long-term condition that causes joint pain, skin rashes and tiredness. There's no cure, but symptoms can improve if treatment starts early.
Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml can bleach and lighten skin. However, the use of Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml for skin lightening is not clinically established. So, it should be used only when prescribed by a doctor.
Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml is not recommended for the treatment of burns. It should also be not used on broken skin or open wounds.
Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml may stimulate hair growth. However, it should be used only when advised by a doctor.
Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml use in children is very limited and should be advised by a child specialist only.
Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml may increase blood sugar levels. Consult your doctor immediately if you experience any abnormal signs or symptoms while using Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml.
Using too much of Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml or using it for a long time may increase your risk of having adrenal gland problems.
Yes, you are eligible to take vaccines, but tell the doctor or nurse that you're using clobetasol so they can give the vaccine in an untreated area of skin.
Clop 0.050%W/V Lotion 20ml
Zydus Tower, Satellite Cross Roads,Ahmedabad – 380015 Gujarat, India.
20 ml Lotion in 1 Bottle