Elidel cream

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Elidel Cream

Elidel cream, also known as pimecrolimus cream 1%, can be an effective topical dermatologic treatment to help heal Eczema and Psoriasis. In our experience with Elidel cream, it was prescribed for ear Psoriasis, eyelid Psoriasis, and other skin spot treatment. These are our favorite creams or lotions to help with psoriasis.

Elidel cream is only for use on the skin, and is not to be used in the vagina, rectum, nose, eyes, or mouth. Elidel cream is in a class of medicines known as topical calcineurin inhibitors. The compound pimecrolimus is the immunosuppressant 33-epi-chloro-derivative of the macrolactam ascomycin.

Elidel cream is generally used on the affected areas of skin for short periods. Once itching, rash, or redness goes away, it is usually recommended that a patient pauses using Elidel. It doesn't usually take much Elidel cream to treat skin, and it is generally recommended to limit light exposure to the treated skin.

It is very important that you consult with your doctor / dermatologist if you're interested in trying Elidel cream. It may or may not be right for you, and it is necessary to follow instructions given from a doctor, pharmacist, as well as Elidel product packaging.
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