Steroid responsive dermatoses complicated or likely by both fungal and bacterial infections
Apply sparingly BD or TID
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Use on rosacea acne, peri-oral dermatitis, scabies, leg ulcers, tuberculous, untreated viral, bacterial or fungal infections, reaction to smallpox vaccination, first three months of pregnancy, continuous prophylactic use.
Local irritation e.g burning sensation and itching, erythema rare, dryness of the skin, aggravation of concurrent untreated infections, thinning of the skin (this may be reversible), loss of skin elasticity, folliculitis, change in skin pigmentation, telangiectasia, purpura and steroid acne, increased growth of hair, severe pituitary-adrenal axis suppression and hypercotism, cushingoid state, growth retardation, benign intracranial hypertension.