Sun Interaction With Clotrimazole-betamethasone

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Sarah Says:
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Can I go tan? I only have used this for one week after what may have been an allergic reaction above my eyes (in upper lids and bellow brows along with three other small spots in neck and chest). It helped the swelling and peeling and seems to have cleared up. I am still taking it to prevent recurrence, as I believe it was an allergic reaction to a specific strain of medicinal cannabis which I have been prescribed for several years. Thank you from cold and wanting to tan in Maine.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sarah! How are you?

It would be best not to do so since this medication could make your skin more sensitive to the effects of heat and light, according to FDA reports.

Other side effects may include redness, irritation, and flaking.

How long will you be using it?

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