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Relief From Many Forms of Dermatitis with Eumovate Ointment

Eumovate Ointment is a moderate strength topical corticosteroid medication that is prescribed to treat the symptoms that can occur with eczema, allergic or contact dermatitis, skin rashes from poison ivy, oak, or sumac, and bug or insect bites and stings. These bothersome symptoms include itching, redness, flaking, and inflamed skin.

By applying Eumovate Ointment as soon as your eczema flares up or you come into contact with something you are allergic to, you can minimize your risk of an infection that may occur as a result of scratching the skin area and causing a break in the skin. If you already have a skin infection, do not apply Eumovate Ointment until the infection has been treated.

How Eumovate Ointment Calms Your Symptoms

Once Eumovate Ointment or generic Clobetasone Butyrate has been applied to the affected area of skin, the corticosteroid works within the skin cell’s nuclei where the genetic material is and interacts with it in such a way that chemicals are produced. These chemicals are called lipocortins and they will inhibit a type of fatty acid so it is unable to produce inflammatory substances. The generic alternative is not manufactured by the company that makes the brand product.

Your immune system will also be suppressed to help stop tissue damage from excessive inflammation. Eumovate Ointment helps constrict blood vessels and capillaries around the affected skin to decrease localized swelling and pain. Eumovate Ointment is more effective for flaky, dry skin found on hairy areas as compared to cream formulations.

Skin Reactions to Poison Ivy, Oak and Sumac

These plants, shrubs, or trees are not actually poisonous; there is sticky oil called urushiol on their leaves that causes a painful rash if you come into direct or indirect contact with them. If your jacket or pants has any urushiol on its surface and you touch that area, a rash and blisters can start to appear. And just touching the leaves is not the only way to be affected by urushiol, burning the leaves can also cause a reaction from breathing in the chemical from the smoke of the fire.

Before Applying Eumovate Ointment

Ask your doctor about the safety of applying Eumovate Ointment if you are pregnant, intending to become pregnant, or are breast feeding. Inform your doctor of other medical conditions or allergies you have and list any current OTC or Rx drugs you take or use, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements. This can help your doctor to determine if Eumovate Ointment is right for you.

Proper Use and Storage of Eumovate Ointment

You should not use Eumovate longer than recommended by your doctor and do not cover or bandage the treated area unless your doctor has instructed you to. Keep Eumovate Ointment, and other medications, out of children’s reach. Eumovate is not advised for use on children under 12 years old without talking to your doctor first. Long-term use of topical corticosteroids can increase the risk of side effects.

Possible Side Effects of Eumovate Ointment

  • Thinning of the treated skin
  • Hair growth
  • Irritation after applying the product

Other Topical Corticosteroids Similar to Eumovate Ointment

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