Neutrotone is a popular cream among Nigerians and is used to treat varieties of severe inflammatory skin disorders. It is being recommended when milder corticosteroids have not been effective especially in a case where the immune system starts attacking the skin.
How Neurotone cream works?
- When the potent substance called the Clobetasol propionate is applied to the reddened, swollen, patchy skin, it permeates skin cells to stop the pathway leading to the release of the inflammatory substances.
Benefits of Neutrotone cream
It is used in treating:
- Lichen Planus
- discoid lupus erythematosus
- local inflammatory and allergic reaction
- skin blemishes or unwanted spot
Neutrotone Active Ingredient
- Clobetasol propionate C25H32ClFO5
- Apply regularly on clean and dry skin according to doctor’s prescription
- Rub the surface gently until completely absorbed for the best outcome.
Neutrotone cream side effects
- Prolong use may cause atrophy
- Thinning of the skin
- Dilation of the superficial blood vessels
- Store below 30oC
- Use only as prescribed by the physician
- Avoid close contact with the eyes
- For external use only
- Keep away from reaching children
- Avoid direct sunlight
Neutrotone cream FAQ
How to identify original Neutrotone Cream?
- Before you buy from any seller online, read the reviews to enable you to make a decision. You can buy from a popular pharmacy where you live or from a reputable drug distributor. Check NAFDAC or drug registration number if possible.
Does Neutrotone cream bleach?
- Since it can remove spots, it can bleach the skin as well. See also Funbact a here.
Does Neutrotone Cream contain hydroquinone?
Mercury and hydroquinone which are popular skin bleaching agents have not been included in the manufacturer’s ingredients. There is no proof it contains either of the two.
Where can I buy Neutrotone?
You can buy online from Konga and Jumia. You may read product reviews before taking a decision.
How much does it cost?
Around 2,000 Naira.
Disclaimer: This is not medical advice. Please visit your physician if you have concerns.