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Diprosalic Ointment

Formulation : Ointment
Dosage : 0.05/3%
Quantity : 50g
Prescription Prescription Required
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What is Diprosalic Ointment used for?

Diprosalic, with the generic name Betamethasone Dipropionate and salicylic acid, is a topical ointment used to eliminate or lessen redness and itching caused by certain skin conditions, like psoriasis and eczema. This is classified as a combination of a corticosteroid and a keratolytic.

This is available in Diprosalic Ointment 0.05/3% in a 50g tube.

How does Diprosalic Ointment work?

This topical drug is a combination of two active ingredients. Betamethasone Dipropionate is a corticosteroid that has an anti-inflammatory response in the skin. It stabilizes lysosomes in neutrophils which prevents degranulation and swelling. Salicylic acid, a keratolytic, increases the moisture in the skin and dissolves certain substances that cause the skin cells to stick together.

How to use Diprosalic Ointment

Before you use this ointment, you should read and understand the medication guide conscientiously. It is important to become familiar with all the necessary information to know how to use this product and what to expect when using it.

This is usually applied to the skin twice a day or depending on the advice given by the physician. Put a thin layer of ointment and gently rub it into the skin. Avoid applying this medication near the eyes. Do not use this topical prescription on the face for more than five days or in large areas in large amounts for a long time.

Diprosalic Ointment Side Effects

Common side effects:

  • Mild burning after application 
  • Mild stinging 
  • Itching

The side effects that you may experience right after applying this drug should only be temporary and mild. If these undesirable effects aggravate or persist, you should consult your physician. You should also report any severe adverse reactions, such as: 

  • Worsening inflammation 
  • Skin thinning 
  • Reduced skin pigmentation 
  • The appearance of stretch marks 
  • Excessive hair growth
  • Fine blood vessels becoming more prominent or noticeable

Precautions when using Diprosalic Ointment

Applying this ointment could be contraindicated for those people with untreated skin infections, tuberculosis skin lesions, herpes, varicella, and vaccinia. You should tell your doctor about your medical history and all the drugs you use because of probable drug interactions.

People with a known hypersensitivity to betamethasone and salicylic acid should avoid this drug. The inactive ingredients of this medication could also cause some allergic reactions. Signs of severe hypersensitivity that would usually warrant emergency help are severe dizziness, trouble breathing, itching with hives, and swelling of the face.

It has not been fully established whether this topical drug can cause harm during pregnancy and lactation or not. Use this medication only if the doctor strongly advises it. Otherwise, it is best to avoid this product.

How much does Diprosalic Ointment cost?

Please check the information above for the details regarding the Diprosalic Ointment price. You can buy Diprosalic Ointment online or in physical drugstores. When purchasing online, make sure to order from legitimate online pharmacies like MapleLeafMeds.com.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long should you use Diprosalic Ointment? 

At most, this medication should be used for four weeks at a time. You should not use it for longer than four weeks unless recommended by a medical doctor.

How strong is Diprosalic Ointment? 

This prescription ointment contains a potent corticosteroid. This is why you must always be cautious when applying this medication, especially on the face.

Is Diprosalic an antifungal? 

The salicylic component of this medication is a keratolytic and a miscellaneous antifungal. This is why this type of medication should not be given to people with known viral and bacterial skin infections.

Does Diprosalic Ointment lighten skin? 

Among the rare side effects of this ointment is reduced skin pigmentation. If you experience a lightening of the skin with thinning, you should report it to your healthcare provider right away.

Can I use Diprosalic Ointment for acne? 

This type of drug should not be used for acne or pimples. However, you may use it for other purposes besides those listed in the Diprosalic Ointment uses for as long as the doctor prescribes it.

How long does it take for Diprosalic Ointment to work? 

For most people, this combination of ointment starts to work in three to four days. It is essential to use this drug exactly as prescribed for the best results.

When do you apply Diprosalic Ointment? 

Usually, this ointment is prescribed twice daily, once in the morning and once in the evening. It is best to administer it at equal intervals. 

 

Brand Name:

Diprosalic Ointment

Scientific Name:

Betamethasone Dipropionate/Salicylic Acid

Other Names:

Diprosalic Ointment

Strength(s):

0.05/3%

Quantities Available:

50g

Formulation:

Ointment

Maple Leaf Medications has provided information from third parties intended to increase awareness and does not contain all the information about Diprosalic Ointment (Betamethasone Dipropionate/Salicylic Acid). Talk to your doctor or a qualified medical practitioner for medical attention, advice, or if you have any concerns about Diprosalic Ointment (Betamethasone Dipropionate/Salicylic Acid).


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