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What is desonide cream(desowned) used for?Chemical Name: DESONIDE (DESS-oh-nide)
Desowen cream belongs to the group of mild steroids. It acts by reducing inflammation. So, it is used in the treatment of a variety of skin conditions where inflammation is a major contributor. Common skin conditions benefitting from Desowen cream are eczema, dermatitis, allergies, rash, and psoriasis. Desowen cream helps by preventing the release of certain substances that cause inflammation. Thus, it reduces the swelling, redness, and itching associated with these skin diseases.
You can buy Desowen cream online from Canada Pharmacy and have it directly delivered to your doorstep. Furthermore, you have assurance of quality and there’s no hassle during the entire delivery process.
The active ingredient is Desonide Topical 0.05%.
Desowen cream is strictly meant for external use only. It should only be used on the skin. It is not to be taken orally. Its application must be followed as directed by your physician. But the usual dose is to apply the cream 2 to 3 times a day to the affected area. To apply, first wash your hands. Then apply a small amount on the affected area and gently rub it in till all is absorbed. Do not apply Desowen cream over large areas of the skin. Once finished, wash your hands unless your hands are the affected areas.
In case of no improvement of your skin condition after 2 weeks, consult your doctor for further advice.
To make sure that it is safe to use Desowen cream, before starting its treatment consult your doctor if you have the following conditions.
- Any skin allergies
- Patient is younger than 18 years of age
- Immune system problems
- Poor blood circulation
Desowen cream 0.05 is a topical steroid which when absorbed may cause systemic steroidal side effects. Consult your doctor if these side effects appear.
- Blurred vision or seeing halos of light
- Uneven heartbeats
- Sleep problems, insomnia
- Weight gain, puffiness of face
- Severe skin reaction
- Stinging or burning of treated skin
- Skin itching or irritation
- Dry, scaly, peeling skin
- Stretch marks
- Acne, skin rash
- Lightened color of treated skin
- Folliculitis with redness or crusting around hair follicles
Product Code: 9956
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