Elica cream is a topical steroid specially formulated to help relieve the symptoms of eczema. It treats the itchiness, reduces the redness and eases the swelling. Elica cream is used for wet lesions, the ointment is used for dry and thicker lesions.
They are both steroids - typically used topically for skin problems. Hydrocortisone 2.5% (prescription) and 1% (over-the-counter) are group VII, the weakest class of topical steroids. Desonide, even at a much lower .05% concentration is actually a stronger group VI or V topical steroid. The group VI vs V classification difference appears to be related to the medium the drug is suspended in. Whether the steroid is applied in a lotion, cream, or ointment affects how potent it is to the skin of a patient.
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Yes, hydrocortizone cream is for topical (external) use only.
topical cream is to be used as a localized application to be applied to affected areas.
It is a topical antibiotic cream.
No, miconazole is not a steroid cream. It is an anti-fungal cream.
Depends on what the cream is, but chances if the cream is a prescription for a topical skin condition then it might.
Yes, it can.
see a dermatologist for a cream or use a topical cream over the counter.
metronidazole with aspirin
It is a topical ointment cream used for scars and rashes it stops itching and spreading
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Metronidazole is the generic name for an anti-fungal medication; a topical cream formulation of metronidazole is probably for treating superficial yeast infections, such as in the genital area or in skin folds.