Beta Cap Scalp Application

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andy Says:

beta cap scalp application 0.1% w/w cutaneous solution, betamethasone, (asbetamethasone vale rate) for the treatment of steroid responsive dermatoses of the scalp ( in a coconut oil related emollient base ….My experience ! very good product combats dry skin on scalp and face inside one day then every other day application..

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Jenna Says:

Hi andy,

I'm glad to hear that the Betacap scalp application worked for you!

Below is some additional information about this medication for others who are interested.

Betacap scalp application contains the active ingredient betamethasone; which is used as a topical corticosteroid. a Corticosteroid is a specific type of medication that is used to reduce inflammation. Betamethasone works inside the skin cells to help reduce inflammation, hence reducing any irritating reactions like redness and/or swelling.

Betacap scalp application is normally applied twice a day, but always follow whatever instructions your doctor provides. Once the condition begins to improve, it should be used less frequently. If there are no visible improvement in the condition of scalp after two to four weeks of treatment you should consult your doctor.

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Betamethasone Details

I hope this helps!

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