food interaction for HALOTOP
alcohol interaction for HALOTOP
pregnancy interaction for HALOTOP
lactation interaction for HALOTOP
Animal studies have shown adverse effects on the foetus, however, there are limited human studies. The benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk. Please consult your doctor.
SALT INFORMATION for HALOTOP
How it works
Common side effects
Common Dosage for HALOTOP 0.05% W/V LOTION
Patients taking HALOTOP 0.05% W/V LOTION
- 79%Once A Day
- 14%Once A Week
- 7%Twice A Day
SUBSTITUTES for HALOTOPNo substitutes found
- Dr. Anuj PallMBBS, MD, PhD, Certification
- Dr. Sheilly KapoorMBBS, MD
- Dr. Atula GuptaMBBS, MD
- Dr. Avnish SharmaMBBS, Diploma, Fellowship
- Dr. Shuchi SinglaMBBS, MD
Expert advice for HALOTOP
- Do not use halobetasol if you are allergic to it or any other component in the formulation.
- Systemic absorption can produce severe side effects so it is not advisable to use under occlusive dressings or on large surface area.
- Formulation is for external use only; avoid contact with the eyes.
- Allergic contact dermatitis may develop after prolong usage so tell your doctor if irritation persists even after treatment.
- Halobetasol cream should not be used in the treatment of rosacea or perioral dermatitis, and it should not be used on the face, groin, or in the axillae.
Frequently asked questions for HALOTOP
Q.What is halobetasol cream?
Halobetasol is a corticosteroid cream used to relieve inflammation and itching associated with skin conditions like eczema, dermatitis, rashes, insect bites, poison ivy and allergies
Q.Is it same as clobetasol?
Clobetasol and halobetasol are both topical corticosteroid used for almost similar conditions of inflammatory skin disorders, however, the response differs based on individual condition and response.