Buy Dithrocream Online in the UK
Dithrocream (Dithranol) is pale yellow / yellow cream which contains the active ingredient Dithranol 2%. It is used to treat sub-acute or chronic psoriasis. This type of psoriasis involves areas of raised, red patches of skin, covered with silvery scales (without any blistering or tenderness), the patches often occur on the elbows, knees, lower back and scalp. It helps to clear patches of psoriasis by restoring normal skin development.
You can get Dithrocream from OxfordOnlinePharmacy in 4 different strengths: 0.1% , 0.25% 1.0%, 2.0%.
Dithrocream should be kept out of reach and sight of children. It should not be stored above 25 degrees celcius.
Apply dithrocream sparingly, and only to the affected areas, once every 24 hours, either in either the day or evening, whenever it's convenient for you.
Rub the cream gently and carefully into the skin until completely absorbed. For use on the scalp, first comb the hair to remove scalar debris and, after suitably parting, rub the cream well into the affected areas.
No more than an hour after application, you should then remove the cream by washing off the skin or scalp, Alternatively, it may be applied at night before bed and washed off in the morning.
Please read the patient information leaflet included before using the product.
Do not use Dithrocream if you are allergic to any of its ingredients or for any skin condition other then the one(s) it has been prescribed for.
If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, think you may be pregnant or are planning to have a baby, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before using this medicine.
Stop using immediately and contact your doctor if you notice signs of an allergic reaction.
As with all medicines Dithrocream can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. All known side effects will be listed in the patient information leaflet provided with the product. If you experience any of the side effects in the patient information leaflet or ones which are not listed in the patient information leaflet contact your doctor or pharmacist.