Clocip-B Cream

58.50

Manufacturer: Cipla Ltd Salt Compositions: Beclometasone (0.025% w/w) + Clotrimazole (1% w/w)
Quantity: 10 gm in 1 tube
Storage: Store below 30°C

Description

Information about Clocip-B Cream

The medication Clocip-B Cream is a combination. It is used to treat a variety of skin illnesses, most commonly fungal infections. It reduces redness, swelling, and itching—all signs of inflammation. Additionally, it combats the microbes that cause infections.

Clocip-B Cream should only be applied externally and in accordance with your doctor’s instructions. Using clean, dry hands, apply a thin layer of medication solely to the skin’s affected areas. Rinse with water if any of it gets in your mouth, nose, eyes, or vagina. Your symptoms might not go away for a few days or weeks, but you should continue taking this medication on a daily basis. To guarantee that the medication is more effective, the entire course of treatment should be followed. Consult your physician if your problem worsens or does not get better.

This medication’s most frequent side effects include burning, itching, dryness, and redness at the application site. Usually, these are self-limiting. Rarely do side effects get serious. In the event that you have an allergic response, you should see a doctor (rashes, itching, swelling, shortness of breath, etc.).

It’s critical that you inform your doctor before using this medication if you currently use or have recently taken any other medications for the same condition or other conditions. Women who are pregnant or nursing should use this medication with appropriate consultation and caution.

Clocip-B Cream Uses

  • Treatment of Fungal skin infections

Clocip-B Cream Benefits

When treating fungus-related skin illnesses

A combination of beclometasone and clotrimazole, known as Clocip-B Cream, is used to treat fungal-induced skin infections. These include ringworm, vaginal thrush, athlete’s foot, and sweat rash infections. Clotrimazole relieves symptoms and eradicates infections by destroying and inhibiting the growth of fungus. Beclometasone inhibits the release of molecules that result in itchiness, inflammation, and redness. Consequently, the medication reduces the inflammation brought on by these infections.

Even if your symptoms go away, you should continue taking this medication for the whole recommended duration as otherwise they might return. This could take many weeks, depending on the kind of infection you are treating. You might need to apply it sometimes even after your skin heals completely to keep the symptoms from coming again.

Clocip-B Cream Side Effects

Most side effects are harmless and will go away as your body adjusts to the medication. Consult your doctor if they persist or if you are concerned.

  • Paresthesia (tingling or pricking sensation)
  • Burning sensation
  • Dry skin

How to use Clocip-B Cream

This medicine is for external use only. Use it in the dose and duration as advised by your doctor. Check the label for directions before use. Clean and dry the affected area and apply the cream. Wash your hands after applying, unless hands are the affected area.

FAQs

Q1. What are Clocip-B Cream’s suggested storage conditions?

Keep this medication tightly sealed in the container or pack it arrived in. It should be stored in accordance with the directions on the label or pack. Get rid of the medication you don’t need. Make sure kids, dogs, and other people don’t eat it.

Q2. What Is Cream Clocip-B?

Beclometasone and Clotrimazole are the two medications that make up Clocip-B Cream. Skin infections are treated with this combination. An antifungal medication called clotrimazole acts by preventing the growth of fungi that cause skin infections. A steroid medication called beclometasone reduces swelling, redness, and itching that develops around a skin infection.

Q3. Is using Clocip-B Cream safe?

Yes, Clocip-B Cream is safe to use for a short period of time (1-2 weeks) when used as directed by a doctor. On the other hand, common side effects include momentary burning, stinging, and irritation at the application site may occur in certain patients. Other unusual or rare side effects could possibly result from it. If you have any ongoing issues while taking this medication, let your doctor know as soon as you can.

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