Can Clobetasol Cream Be Used For Scars And Age Spots

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can clobetasol propionate cream be used for scars and age spots





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Verwon Says:

Hello, Stephani! How are you?

Clobetasol is classified by the FDA as a corticosteroid, so no, it shouldn't be used for anything, unless your doctor has prescribed it to treat that. In some cases, it could actually worsen some skin conditions, rather than helping them.

Its typical side effects are listed as possibly including skin burning, itching, acne and redness.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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