What is Locoderm (Locoid) and what is it used for?
It looks like a colorless, translucent ointment. LOCODERM (Locoid) is used in the treatment of inflammatory, allergic and itchy conditions of dermatoses (all kinds of skin diseases) that respond to corticosteroids and are not caused by microorganisms.
Where is Locoderm (Locoid) applying?
Once the disorder has resolved, once a day or two to three times a week is often sufficient. In general, no more than 30-60 grams per week should be used. LOCODERM (Locoid) should be applied as a thin layer to the diseased area of the skin.
Is Locoderm (Locoid) cream cortisone?
It is a topical corticosteroid containing 0.1% hydrocortisone-17-butyrate, in ointment, lipocream and cream forms, produced by Santa Farma in Kocaeli.
What are the harms of cortisone cream?
Side effects of cortisone creams
Drying and cracking of the skin
Discoloration of the skin.
A stinging sensation in the skin.