Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018702/001.

Names and composition

"ACLOVATE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018702/001 ACLOVATE ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.05% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018707/001 ACLOVATE ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018702/001 ACLOVATE ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.05% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018707/001 ACLOVATE ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
076587/001 ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
076730/001 ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.05%
076884/001 ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.05%
076973/001 ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
079061/001 ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
079227/001 ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE ALCLOMETASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.05%

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Answered questions

What is the use for this kind of drug?
aclovate ointment Asked by Melina Lysiak 2 years ago.

Aclovate, a synthetic steroid medication of the cortisone family, is spread on the skin to relieve certain types of itchy rashes, including psoriasis. Answered by Lesley Vialpando 2 years ago.

It is a cortisone cream used to treat dermatitis Answered by Antonette Zeanah 2 years ago.

Clitoral cream. To enlarge the clitoris so that it can receive more direct stimulation. Answered by Conception Kekahuna 2 years ago.


Ezcema and aclovate?
Recently I developed ezcema around my eyes. I was prescribed aclovate which clears it up. But I am concerned about its long term usage, especially around the eyes. I have stopped using all creams, soaps, and moisturizers around my eyes but I seem to have very frequent flare ups...so i pretty much have to use the... Asked by Letha Galang 2 years ago.

Recently I developed ezcema around my eyes. I was prescribed aclovate which clears it up. But I am concerned about its long term usage, especially around the eyes. I have stopped using all creams, soaps, and moisturizers around my eyes but I seem to have very frequent flare ups...so i pretty much have to use the aclovate daily. Help! what else might work and what could possibly be causing the ezcema? Answered by Tara Arvanitis 2 years ago.

I too would be concerned with using aclovate long term. Have you tried any plant based products? Some of my customers have had good success with our products because their botanically based, not chemical. Also, do you use a toner? Many of our skin conditions can be remedied by balancing the pH in our skin. I developed adult acne and once I got on a skin regiment that included toner my skin corrected itself. You can check out my website if you're interested. www.combs.myarbonne.com Answered by Brett Oxley 2 years ago.

I have ezcema and it is related to my level of stress and lack of sleep. I recommend the Spectro Ezcema cream which does not have cortisone in it (will get your skin thinner after long use). It hydrates and tones the rash down too. you might be able to alternate between the two if necessary. Hope it helps! Answered by Loma Diotte 2 years ago.


How long can you use aclovate cream after expiration?
I have some Aclovate cream that was prescribed for my sons dry skin and its expired... should i toss it??? Asked by Margene Osario 2 years ago.

If you have stored it under proper conditions it will probably be good for about a year after it expires. The tube should have the proper temperature to store it at and whether it should be refrigerated. Also, if the color has changed or it smells different, don't use it. If you find it isn't working it is time to get a refill and toss the old one. Answered by Jason Easterbrooks 2 years ago.


Why is aclovate cream not helping my eyebrows?
Dermatologist gave me a mixture of nizoral and aclovate cream to put on my eyebrows twice a day. I see a few very thin light hairs coming in but thats it. My left eyebrow is still falling out like crazy. Like 4-5 hairs a day. I don't go back to dermatologist for another month. Will anything stop my hair loss? Asked by Muoi Fennern 2 years ago.

If it doesn't help you should go back and tell him. In a month or so every hair could be gone, and that's not the thing you want to have.. Answered by Gabriela Diosdado 2 years ago.


I have a baby with face eczema. I used desonide for a week; eczema is back. Is aclovate safer or better?
Any help related to baby face eczema would help. Asked by Miranda Groening 2 years ago.

how bad is the eczema? I have two boys with eczema and I only use the prescription stuff if I absolutely have to(the steriods in the creams thins out their skin so try not to use too much of it) What I do is put cetaphil cream(not lotion, the cream is thicker) on their face as needed throughout the day and load it on after they're done taking a bath(I put cetaphil lotion on their bodies). It's more of a preventative thing but it does wonders for my boys' eczema and my oldest had severe eczema when he turned two, this is what I found to be helpful for me(after many, many visits to the dermatologist.) Answered by Rufus Canaan 2 years ago.

My little boy had eczema on his cheeks. I was not sure what method to use but I didn't want to make my boy go through any surgery treatments at this young age. Some suggested a plastic surgeon since it was in a very visible location but our family doctor recommend this natural guide. Best Eczema Treatment? Answered by Yan Axelrod 2 years ago.

My oldest son has had eczema since birth and he is now 16. I have my own shop and I make all my products by hand. All the ingredients are natural based. I have a cream and a gel for eczema and it works fantastic on my son. You can email me for a sample or you can go to my website at petalsnlace,com. it is under construction right now but you can still click onto some of the link and email me from there for a catalog and samples. I have been a nurse for 15 years and have done research since my son was born due to all his sensitivities. Answered by Justin Carril 2 years ago.

Desonide On Face Answered by Ignacio Ralko 2 years ago.

Hi my name is christina i have had eczema since birth also. The best product i have found is avenno. They have bath stuff, lotion etc. you can buy it online or your nearest drugstore. But it will also come back it different spots there is no cure for it. Hope this helps. Answered by Sol Fomby 2 years ago.

no, it causes sterility Answered by Bonita Quesnel 2 years ago.


Psoriasis and acne?
I have horrible acne which returned after 15 years of being acne-free due to taking Accutane. I am now using a Retin-A-type product once a day, a topical antibiotic once a day, and taking Minocycline twice a day. I also had mild psoriasis on my scalp prior to the antibiotic regimen. However, now, my psoriasis... Asked by Mia Hannafin 2 years ago.

I have horrible acne which returned after 15 years of being acne-free due to taking Accutane. I am now using a Retin-A-type product once a day, a topical antibiotic once a day, and taking Minocycline twice a day. I also had mild psoriasis on my scalp prior to the antibiotic regimen. However, now, my psoriasis has gotten out of control. I am using Aclovate on it, as it has spread to my face, and is pretty bad. It is my understanding that yeast production and your body's immune system's response (or lack thereof) can cause psoriasis. Am I causing the psoriasis to spread by taking and applying the antibiotics to prevent the acne? Is it possible I have swapped the acne for psoriasis? Would taking Accutane again be helpful, now that I'm 40? Or would getting my hormones under control (I have no idea what kind of doctor to go to for that) fix it all? My dermatologist is deaf to my pleas to take me off the antibiotics (I'm getting ready to swap dermatologists), by the way. Answered by Scottie Perlich 2 years ago.

The meds you are on do not typically cause or worsen psoriasis. The scalp/yeast disease is seborheic dermatitis. Psoriasis is not related to yeast production. Scalp psoriasis is tough, but you could talk to your dermatologist about a stronger steroid than aclovate such as betamethasone or clobetasol solution. I would also consider dovonex solution. If it is severe enough you could consider stronger medication such as methotrexate or injections (big potential side effects). Accutane may be an excellent option for you as it can treat both Psoriasis and Acne. Maybe a second opinion would do you some good. Answered by Teresita Helseth 2 years ago.

Yeah, you definately need a new dermatologist. People do take second and third courses of accutane, (I'm currently on my second), so if the antibiotics aren't working it is something to consider. Personally, my derm checked my hormones but if yours is unwilling, your regular doctor would do it. I'm not sure if there are any adverse effects to taking accutane if you have psoriasis though, that is something that you'd have to find out from the doctor. Answered by Winston Borchert 2 years ago.

Some people call them shaving pimples because an infected razor bump can look a lot like a bad case of acne, especially if you have a cluster of razor bumps in the same area—you may even hear people call them shaving bumps. Whatever you choose to call them you should know that people with curly hair, especially black men and women, are more susceptible to razor bumps than people with straight hair because of the way razor bumps form. Razor bumps are most often caused by a freshly shaven hair that has been cut at an angle, thus rendering it more “sharp,” that curls back against the skin, penetrating the skin and causing the body react by treating it like an infection causing painful swelling and the tell-tale red bumps physicians call pseudofolliculitis barbae. Described as an exfoliating gel for ingrown hair, Baxter of California manufactures a fairly popular razor bump treatment product called "Razor Bump Relief." As most razor bump products do, Razor Bump Relief uses a mixture of salicylic acid with an exclusive blend of witch hazel to help dissolve the skin above the ingrown hair, and allow the hair follicle to grow hair normally. If you have reason to believe you have a skin disorder on your scalp, vist a dermotolgist who can diagnose which skin disorder you have and promptly prescribe a treatment. Scalp psoriasis: Red patches of skin covered with silvery scales Dry, cracked skin that may bleed Itching, burning or soreness TREATMENT: Over-the-counter medicated shampoos, such as those containing ketoconazole, tar, pyrithione zinc, selenium sulfide or salicylic acid Topical solutions, creams or ointments, such as tar products, corticosteroids or vitamin D analogues Light therapy Seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp: Patchy scaling or thick crust on the scalp Yellow or white scales that may attach to the hair shaft Red, greasy skin covered with flaky white or yellow scales **Small, reddish-brown bumps Itching or soreness Skin flakes or dandruff TREATMENT: Over-the-counter medicated shampoos, such as those containing ketoconazole, tar, pyrithione zinc, selenium sulfide or salicylic acid Topical solutions or creams such as hydrocortisone cream Answered by Keren Tredinnick 2 years ago.

Nothing has helped me but this: washing with a salicyc acid cleanser and then, after, I put APPLE CIDER VINENGAR on my face. Goodness, nothing has helped me as much! I do it every night before bed. Mind you, however, don't put it on straight from the bottle because it burns! I pour a small amount of water, enough to cover the bottom of a cup, and half a capful of Apple Cider Vinengar. If you're not sure, taste it on your tongue...and it should be really sour. Then, take a cotton ball, wet it with the mixutre, and gently rub into skin until dry. I throw cotton ball away and continue gently rubbing it in my skin till my skin is dry. After it's dry...your skin feels WONDERFUL. Soft and nice! ANother TIp: Don't use Heinz or a store-brand apple cider. Not going to help much. I buy mine from a health food store, 100% organic. I believe it's called Eden Organic apple cider vinengar. I also drink it, 1 tablespoon/2 teaspoons in tall glass of water...it actually does not taste too bad, more pleasant actually in water. Answered by Lindsey Thor 2 years ago.


Will my eyebrows grow back?
My dermatologist put me on aclovate cream and nizoral cream for seborrheic dermatitis in eyebrows. He said this would stimulate hair growth since my eyebrows were falling out. Its been 3 weeks and I don't really see any new growth. Does this mean they are gone for good or does eyebrow growth take awhile? Asked by Larae Eastling 2 years ago.

I think for your eyebrows to grow back I`ve heard it takes 6-8 weeks. Answered by Paula Reasor 2 years ago.

Sarah,they will graw back...am sure.all you need is some time. Answered by Evette Imbriale 2 years ago.


How can i get hardened sebum off eyebrow hairs?
The dermatologist prescribed nizoral/aclovate cream but it doesn't seem to really be working. there are still alot of hairs that keep getting dried sebum attached to them near the skin. Then they just fall out. I don't know what to do. I've tried castor oil, baby oil, and nizoral shampoo. nothing seems... Asked by Elfrieda Dipierro 2 years ago.

The dermatologist prescribed nizoral/aclovate cream but it doesn't seem to really be working. there are still alot of hairs that keep getting dried sebum attached to them near the skin. Then they just fall out. I don't know what to do. I've tried castor oil, baby oil, and nizoral shampoo. nothing seems to help. Answered by Youlanda Cipcic 2 years ago.

Unfortunately, all the products that work best for dissolving sebum can't be used near the eyes. Soak a washcloth in warm saltwater and apply it for 5-10 minutes, while occasionally rewetting the washcloth. Saltwater is probably the safest thing to use near your eyes. Answered by Nyla Castlen 2 years ago.

I have this exact same problem! Please help! Answered by Tracy Odhner 2 years ago.


What is the use for this kind of drug?
aclovate ointment Asked by Antony Laferte 2 years ago.

Aclovate, a synthetic steroid medication of the cortisone family, is spread on the skin to relieve certain types of itchy rashes, including psoriasis. Answered by Zoraida Trio 2 years ago.

It is a cortisone cream used to treat dermatitis Answered by Debroah Passey 2 years ago.

Clitoral cream. To enlarge the clitoris so that it can receive more direct stimulation. Answered by Jacklyn Neujahr 2 years ago.


Ezcema and aclovate?
Recently I developed ezcema around my eyes. I was prescribed aclovate which clears it up. But I am concerned about its long term usage, especially around the eyes. I have stopped using all creams, soaps, and moisturizers around my eyes but I seem to have very frequent flare ups...so i pretty much have to use the... Asked by Elmer Menk 2 years ago.

Recently I developed ezcema around my eyes. I was prescribed aclovate which clears it up. But I am concerned about its long term usage, especially around the eyes. I have stopped using all creams, soaps, and moisturizers around my eyes but I seem to have very frequent flare ups...so i pretty much have to use the aclovate daily. Help! what else might work and what could possibly be causing the ezcema? Answered by Jean Seekins 2 years ago.

I too would be concerned with using aclovate long term. Have you tried any plant based products? Some of my customers have had good success with our products because their botanically based, not chemical. Also, do you use a toner? Many of our skin conditions can be remedied by balancing the pH in our skin. I developed adult acne and once I got on a skin regiment that included toner my skin corrected itself. You can check out my website if you're interested. www.combs.myarbonne.com Answered by Vanna Than 2 years ago.

I have ezcema and it is related to my level of stress and lack of sleep. I recommend the Spectro Ezcema cream which does not have cortisone in it (will get your skin thinner after long use). It hydrates and tones the rash down too. you might be able to alternate between the two if necessary. Hope it helps! Answered by Clint Calabria 2 years ago.


How long can you use aclovate cream after expiration?
I have some Aclovate cream that was prescribed for my sons dry skin and its expired... should i toss it??? Asked by Alysia Wurth 2 years ago.

If you have stored it under proper conditions it will probably be good for about a year after it expires. The tube should have the proper temperature to store it at and whether it should be refrigerated. Also, if the color has changed or it smells different, don't use it. If you find it isn't working it is time to get a refill and toss the old one. Answered by Vida Mellado 2 years ago.


Why is aclovate cream not helping my eyebrows?
Dermatologist gave me a mixture of nizoral and aclovate cream to put on my eyebrows twice a day. I see a few very thin light hairs coming in but thats it. My left eyebrow is still falling out like crazy. Like 4-5 hairs a day. I don't go back to dermatologist for another month. Will anything stop my hair loss? Asked by Charlie Darrisaw 2 years ago.

If it doesn't help you should go back and tell him. In a month or so every hair could be gone, and that's not the thing you want to have.. Answered by Celinda Wrinkle 2 years ago.


I have a baby with face eczema. I used desonide for a week; eczema is back. Is aclovate safer or better?
Any help related to baby face eczema would help. Asked by Yessenia Laos 2 years ago.

how bad is the eczema? I have two boys with eczema and I only use the prescription stuff if I absolutely have to(the steriods in the creams thins out their skin so try not to use too much of it) What I do is put cetaphil cream(not lotion, the cream is thicker) on their face as needed throughout the day and load it on after they're done taking a bath(I put cetaphil lotion on their bodies). It's more of a preventative thing but it does wonders for my boys' eczema and my oldest had severe eczema when he turned two, this is what I found to be helpful for me(after many, many visits to the dermatologist.) Answered by Kimber Oster 2 years ago.

My little boy had eczema on his cheeks. I was not sure what method to use but I didn't want to make my boy go through any surgery treatments at this young age. Some suggested a plastic surgeon since it was in a very visible location but our family doctor recommend this natural guide. Best Eczema Treatment? Answered by Doreatha Bora 2 years ago.

My oldest son has had eczema since birth and he is now 16. I have my own shop and I make all my products by hand. All the ingredients are natural based. I have a cream and a gel for eczema and it works fantastic on my son. You can email me for a sample or you can go to my website at petalsnlace,com. it is under construction right now but you can still click onto some of the link and email me from there for a catalog and samples. I have been a nurse for 15 years and have done research since my son was born due to all his sensitivities. Answered by Delfina Banet 2 years ago.

Desonide On Face Answered by Mack Devone 2 years ago.

Hi my name is christina i have had eczema since birth also. The best product i have found is avenno. They have bath stuff, lotion etc. you can buy it online or your nearest drugstore. But it will also come back it different spots there is no cure for it. Hope this helps. Answered by Carey Lausen 2 years ago.

no, it causes sterility Answered by Angel Kneisel 2 years ago.


Psoriasis and acne?
I have horrible acne which returned after 15 years of being acne-free due to taking Accutane. I am now using a Retin-A-type product once a day, a topical antibiotic once a day, and taking Minocycline twice a day. I also had mild psoriasis on my scalp prior to the antibiotic regimen. However, now, my psoriasis... Asked by Rachel Lycan 2 years ago.

I have horrible acne which returned after 15 years of being acne-free due to taking Accutane. I am now using a Retin-A-type product once a day, a topical antibiotic once a day, and taking Minocycline twice a day. I also had mild psoriasis on my scalp prior to the antibiotic regimen. However, now, my psoriasis has gotten out of control. I am using Aclovate on it, as it has spread to my face, and is pretty bad. It is my understanding that yeast production and your body's immune system's response (or lack thereof) can cause psoriasis. Am I causing the psoriasis to spread by taking and applying the antibiotics to prevent the acne? Is it possible I have swapped the acne for psoriasis? Would taking Accutane again be helpful, now that I'm 40? Or would getting my hormones under control (I have no idea what kind of doctor to go to for that) fix it all? My dermatologist is deaf to my pleas to take me off the antibiotics (I'm getting ready to swap dermatologists), by the way. Answered by Emelda Nordby 2 years ago.

The meds you are on do not typically cause or worsen psoriasis. The scalp/yeast disease is seborheic dermatitis. Psoriasis is not related to yeast production. Scalp psoriasis is tough, but you could talk to your dermatologist about a stronger steroid than aclovate such as betamethasone or clobetasol solution. I would also consider dovonex solution. If it is severe enough you could consider stronger medication such as methotrexate or injections (big potential side effects). Accutane may be an excellent option for you as it can treat both Psoriasis and Acne. Maybe a second opinion would do you some good. Answered by Keira Scontras 2 years ago.

Yeah, you definately need a new dermatologist. People do take second and third courses of accutane, (I'm currently on my second), so if the antibiotics aren't working it is something to consider. Personally, my derm checked my hormones but if yours is unwilling, your regular doctor would do it. I'm not sure if there are any adverse effects to taking accutane if you have psoriasis though, that is something that you'd have to find out from the doctor. Answered by Humberto Malmanger 2 years ago.

Some people call them shaving pimples because an infected razor bump can look a lot like a bad case of acne, especially if you have a cluster of razor bumps in the same area—you may even hear people call them shaving bumps. Whatever you choose to call them you should know that people with curly hair, especially black men and women, are more susceptible to razor bumps than people with straight hair because of the way razor bumps form. Razor bumps are most often caused by a freshly shaven hair that has been cut at an angle, thus rendering it more “sharp,” that curls back against the skin, penetrating the skin and causing the body react by treating it like an infection causing painful swelling and the tell-tale red bumps physicians call pseudofolliculitis barbae. Described as an exfoliating gel for ingrown hair, Baxter of California manufactures a fairly popular razor bump treatment product called "Razor Bump Relief." As most razor bump products do, Razor Bump Relief uses a mixture of salicylic acid with an exclusive blend of witch hazel to help dissolve the skin above the ingrown hair, and allow the hair follicle to grow hair normally. If you have reason to believe you have a skin disorder on your scalp, vist a dermotolgist who can diagnose which skin disorder you have and promptly prescribe a treatment. Scalp psoriasis: Red patches of skin covered with silvery scales Dry, cracked skin that may bleed Itching, burning or soreness TREATMENT: Over-the-counter medicated shampoos, such as those containing ketoconazole, tar, pyrithione zinc, selenium sulfide or salicylic acid Topical solutions, creams or ointments, such as tar products, corticosteroids or vitamin D analogues Light therapy Seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp: Patchy scaling or thick crust on the scalp Yellow or white scales that may attach to the hair shaft Red, greasy skin covered with flaky white or yellow scales **Small, reddish-brown bumps Itching or soreness Skin flakes or dandruff TREATMENT: Over-the-counter medicated shampoos, such as those containing ketoconazole, tar, pyrithione zinc, selenium sulfide or salicylic acid Topical solutions or creams such as hydrocortisone cream Answered by Theresa Bergseng 2 years ago.

Nothing has helped me but this: washing with a salicyc acid cleanser and then, after, I put APPLE CIDER VINENGAR on my face. Goodness, nothing has helped me as much! I do it every night before bed. Mind you, however, don't put it on straight from the bottle because it burns! I pour a small amount of water, enough to cover the bottom of a cup, and half a capful of Apple Cider Vinengar. If you're not sure, taste it on your tongue...and it should be really sour. Then, take a cotton ball, wet it with the mixutre, and gently rub into skin until dry. I throw cotton ball away and continue gently rubbing it in my skin till my skin is dry. After it's dry...your skin feels WONDERFUL. Soft and nice! ANother TIp: Don't use Heinz or a store-brand apple cider. Not going to help much. I buy mine from a health food store, 100% organic. I believe it's called Eden Organic apple cider vinengar. I also drink it, 1 tablespoon/2 teaspoons in tall glass of water...it actually does not taste too bad, more pleasant actually in water. Answered by Trinity Gatica 2 years ago.


How can i get hardened sebum off eyebrow hairs?
The dermatologist prescribed nizoral/aclovate cream but it doesn't seem to really be working. there are still alot of hairs that keep getting dried sebum attached to them near the skin. Then they just fall out. I don't know what to do. I've tried castor oil, baby oil, and nizoral shampoo. nothing seems... Asked by Shanon Borycz 2 years ago.

The dermatologist prescribed nizoral/aclovate cream but it doesn't seem to really be working. there are still alot of hairs that keep getting dried sebum attached to them near the skin. Then they just fall out. I don't know what to do. I've tried castor oil, baby oil, and nizoral shampoo. nothing seems to help. Answered by Refugio Gatchel 2 years ago.

Unfortunately, all the products that work best for dissolving sebum can't be used near the eyes. Soak a washcloth in warm saltwater and apply it for 5-10 minutes, while occasionally rewetting the washcloth. Saltwater is probably the safest thing to use near your eyes. Answered by Ruthann Fukunaga 2 years ago.

I have this exact same problem! Please help! Answered by Shandi Menapace 2 years ago.


Will my eyebrows grow back?
My dermatologist put me on aclovate cream and nizoral cream for seborrheic dermatitis in eyebrows. He said this would stimulate hair growth since my eyebrows were falling out. Its been 3 weeks and I don't really see any new growth. Does this mean they are gone for good or does eyebrow growth take awhile? Asked by George Gonalez 2 years ago.

I think for your eyebrows to grow back I`ve heard it takes 6-8 weeks. Answered by Annabel Krout 2 years ago.

Sarah,they will graw back...am sure.all you need is some time. Answered by Shirleen Hodes 2 years ago.


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