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Elocon 0.1% Cream is in the class of medications known as topical corticosteroids. The term "potent corticosteroid" is used to describe it. To lessen the redness and itching brought on by specific skin conditions, these medications are applied topically to the skin.
This medication includes the active ingredient Mometasone Furoate. Dosage is typically a thin layer of Elocon Cream gently rubbed into the affected area of skin once a day.
Elocon Cream is used to lessen the redness and itching brought on by certain skin conditions including psoriasis or dermatitis in adults.
Pink, scaly, itchy patches can appear on the scalp, knees, elbows, and other regions of the body as a result of the skin condition psoriasis. Dermatitis is a disorder that develops when the skin reacts to external factors, such as detergents, making the skin red and itchy.
Elocon Cream 0.1% (Mometasone) should be kept out of reach and sight of children. It should not be stored above 25 degrees celcius.
When using Elocon Cream 0.1% (Mometasone) be sure to follow the doctor's instructions and read the patient information leaflet before using.
Wash your hands before each use.
A thin layer should be gently rubbed into the affected area of skin once a day.
Please read the patient information leaflet included before using the product.
Do not use Elocon Cream 0.1% (Mometasone) 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 breastfeeding, 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 Elocon Cream 0.1% (Mometasone) 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.