FAQs ABOUT FLUSKIN CREAM
What is FLUSKIN CREAM and why is it prescribed?
FLUSKIN CREAM contains Fluticasone Furoate which belongs to the group of medicines called Corticosteroids (glucocorticoids). It is used to treat inflamed skin, redness and itching in several skin problems not caused by germs and responsive to corticosteroids such as eczema, dermatitis, or insect bites.
Is FLUSKIN CREAM a steroid?
Yes, FLUSKIN CREAM is corticosteroid which vasoconstriction (constriction of blood vessels) and has an anti-inflammatory activity. It directly decreases the cells that cause inflammation such as eosinophils, monocytes, mast cells, macrophages, and dendritic cells. Therefore, helping in reducing the inflammation and redness.
What other precautions should be taken while using FLUSKIN CREAM?
Before applying FLUSKIN CREAM tell your doctor if you have previously had an allergic reaction with another steroid, been applying the ointment under an airtight dressing, including a child’s nappy, been applying the ointment on broken or damaged skin or within skin folds, been applying to a large surface area. Contact your doctor before using FLUSKIN CREAM.
Can FLUSKIN CREAM be applied on face?
You should only apply FLUSKIN CREAM to your face if your doctor tells you to. FLUSKIN CREAM should not be used for too long as the skin on your face thins easily. Do not let the ointment get into your eyes as cataracts or glaucoma may be caused if the ointment repeatedly enters the eye. Contact your doctor before using FLUSKIN CREAM.
Can I stop using FLUSKIN CREAM on my own if I start to feel better?
Do not stop using FLUSKIN CREAM until and unless your doctor asks you to. It is important that FLUSKIN CREAM is not stopped suddenly as this may relapse your present condition or make it worse. Ask for your doctor’s advice if you wish to discontinue using FLUSKIN CREAM.