Lotrisone Cream reviews
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Clotrimazole (10%), Betamethasone Dipropionate (0.5%).
Purified water, mineral oil, white petrolatum, cetyl alcohol plus stearyl alcohol, ceteareth-30, propylene glycol, sodium phosphate monobasic monohydrate, and phosphoric acid; benzyl alcohol as preservative.
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I have terrible cystic/nodular acne that constantly reappears in the center of both my cheeks. There's a firm mass in the skin on both sides that doesn't ever go away. Every other week or so, the mass seems to flare up and the skin becomes noticeably inflamed, painful, swollen, and the tissue breaks down some like an open sore. Scars already exist there after several flare-ups that tend to last days, or even a week at a time. Nothing relieves the inflammation or prevents it. Nothing. Applying Lotrisone lotion in a very thin layer to the affected area caused a faint brief stinging feeling, but the open sore dried and began healing within hours. Reapplication in the following morning and evening caused it to nearly heal completely already. (Another treatment will follow.) Darkening of healing skin is noticeably lighter than usual.