FAQs ABOUT KORTIGRACE CREAM
What is KORTIGRACE CREAM used for?
KORTIGRACE CREAM contains hydrocortisone acetate which is used to treat all types of eczema (type of skin inflammation), dermatitis (itching) and insect bite reactions in affected individuals.
Who should avoid applying [GBNKEYWORD]?
KORTIGRACE CREAM is not recommended for use in patients allergic to hydrocortisone and in patients suffering from untreated skin infection, urticaria (type of allergic reaction), rosacea (red puss filled bumps on face), ulcers/infections at the site of treatment, and/or psoriasis (itchy skin) in affected individuals.
What are the side effects of KORTIGRACE CREAM?
The most common side effects associated with the use of KORTIGRACE CREAM are atrophy (thinning of muscle tissue), stretch marks, rosacea (red pus-filled bumps on face), perioral dermatitis (inflammation of skin around mouth), acne, and/or purpura (purple coloured rash). Consult your doctor if any of these symptoms worsens.
How KORTIGRACE CREAM works?
KORTIGRACE CREAM works by blocking the production of certain chemical messengers (responsible for inflammation and allergies) in the body which results in providing relief from eczema, dermatitis, and insect bite reactions in affected individuals.
Can KORTIGRACE CREAM be used in pregnant and breastfeeding women?
Yes, KORTIGRACE CREAM can be used but with caution in pregnant and breast-feeding women. Consult your doctor before applying KORTIGRACE CREAM.