Dibetalic Ointment Helps against psoriasis, dermatitis and eczema
Betamethasone dipropionate: 9.6mg
Salicylic acid: 0.45mg
Excipients: cetylstearyl alcohol, sodium lauryl sulfate, paraffin, petroleum jelly, distilled water.
It is used in the treatment of skin diseases that are characterized by peeling of the integument, rash, and itching. Ointment from Vietnam is designed to get rid of such dermatological diseases as eczema, psoriasis, skin mycosis, cardidosis, seborrheic and atopic dermatitis, and various types of lichen.
How to use Dibetalic Ointment Helps against psoriasis:
Initial therapeutic dose: Apply a small amount of the medicine to the affected area and then gently rub, use 2 times / day (morning and evening) until the disease improves.
Maintenance treatment: Apply 1 time / day until the cure.
Children: Only use 1 time / day.
For children under 12 months old: apply only a thin layer on small areas of skin and do not wear diapers or bandages over the application site.
Long-term use of salicylic acid in large quantities can cause salicylate poisoning (with symptoms: confusion, dizziness, severe or persistent headache, rapid breathing, constant vibration or tinnitus). Treating warts with medications in high concentrations can corrode the skin.
Prolonged use of corticosteroid drugs entails inhibition of the pituitary-adrenal system, leading to secondary adrenal insufficiency and hyperthyroidism, including Itsenko-Cushing’s disease. Long-term use of products containing salicylic acid can cause symptoms of salicylate poisoning. Be sure to take breaks from using Dibetalic ointment as instructed.
Storage conditions: Store at a cool place, protect from direct sunlight.