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Luxiq is a steroidal anti-inflammatory cream medication that is primarily used to treat eczema or psoriasis. It may also be used to treat seborrhea affecting the scalp, and it is easily applied as a topical cream or foam that is rubbed onto affected areas of the skin. It will reduce swelling, itching, and redness of the skin and is known to provide relief quickly for users. Luxiq is classed as a medium-strength corticosteroid medication.
Luxiq foam is usually applied twice daily, once in the morning and then again in the evening. To apply, turn the container upside down and dispense a small quantity onto a clean and cool surface like a plate or board that is easily cleaned. The reason that a cool surface is important and why you shouldn’t dispense this into your hands is because warmth will cause the foam to melt too quickly.
Now use your fingers to scoop up the foam and rub it onto the affected area of your scalp or elsewhere on your body as needed. Rub it in until it is absorbed. Repeat again in the evening, and continue with this every day until you experience significant relief from eczema, psoriasis, or seborrhea.
The active ingredient in Luxiq is Betamethasone Valerate.
Speak to your doctor before getting a prescription for Luxiq if you have a history of high blood pressure or a weak immune system. Do not use Luxiq if you have a scalp infection. Also be aware that Luxiq may slow a child’s growth if this medication is used for an extended period of time. This is something that can be discussed with your doctor during your initial consultation.
There is the possibility of interactive risks when using Luxiq cream alongside another corticosteroid medication. In any instance, be sure to advise your doctor of the medications you are currently taking. Common ones that pose interaction risks are clobetasol or prednisone.
It is possible to buy Luxiq foam here, and side effects related to the use of it are uncommon. However, some people may experience mild burning, stinging, of itching at the site of application. If these side effects are seen then you should discontinue use and discuss other eczema, psoriasis, or seborrhea treatments with your doctor.