Propyderm NF Cream is a combination of medicine containing Fusidic acid, Clotrimazole and Clobetasol. It is used for the treatment of bacterial or fungal infection along with inflammation of the skin. Fusidic acid works by killing bacteria responsible for the infection. Clotrimazole works by destroying the fungus causing infection. Clobetasol works by decreasing the formation and action of chemicals responsible for swelling, itching and redness of the skin. Irritation, itching, redness, pain or burning sensation at the application site are some side effects of Propyderm NF Cream....
Q: Can I use Propyderm NF Cream on my face?
A: You should avoid applying Propyderm NF on the face, as applying on the face may cause skin thinning. You should not use this cream on your face for more than 5 days. Consult your doctor for proper guidance.
Q: What precaution should be taken if Propyderm NF Cream goes into the eyes?
A: If Propyderm NF Cream goes into your eyes, wash your eyes immediately with plenty of water.
Q: What special precaution should I take after applying Propyderm NF Cream?
A: You should not go near a fire as it will increase the chances of severe burns of exposed parts treated with Propyderm NF Cream.
Q: Can Propyderm NF Cream be used for the treatment of acne?
A: Propyderm NF Cream should not be used for the treatment of acne as using this cream for acne causes worsening of acne, new pimples to occur, etc.