CLOBEX Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 021535/001.

Names and composition

"CLOBEX" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE.

Answered questions

Clobex question for dry skin or Psoriasis?
Hey I have been having dry flaky itchy skin in the ear canal for a few months now and sometimes there is a weird foul clear discharge on my q tip it feels like there's water in my ear... the fluid only comes mostly right when I wake up but not every day like once a week if that.. anyway when I q tip because I... Asked by Margeret Heep 3 months ago.

Hey I have been having dry flaky itchy skin in the ear canal for a few months now and sometimes there is a weird foul clear discharge on my q tip it feels like there's water in my ear... the fluid only comes mostly right when I wake up but not every day like once a week if that.. anyway when I q tip because I use them to itch it sheets of dry flakes come out of my ear..... so I went to the dermatologist hoping for some answers and help and he looked inside with the naked eye not and tools and he asked me if Psoriasis runs in my family I told him not to my knowledge and so he asked the nurse if he had any samples of something she said no he asked for something else she said no and the third thing he asked for (clobex) she said yes to they gave me and told me to spray it in my ear when it's bothering me. Once I left i sprayed it and got this intense stabbing burning fizzing god awful pain and I have a child I've felt pain belive me this was intense and painful! After doing a little research I noticed it's prescribed for Psoriasis which I do not have and I don't think it's intended to go in the ear. Now my ears are ringing really bad and for about two hours after application it was hurting... anybody know anything about this medication I would appreciate some answers very much! Thanks in advanced, Victoria Answered by Vallie Strider 3 months ago.

clobex is a brand name for the compound CLOBESTOL PROPRIANATE. its extremely potent steroid(its the most potent steroid), your correct it should not be used in your ear. the burning itching feeling is the clobestol reacting with your ear skin. pls see the doctor immediately. i had a similar experience, when i used prescribed steroid "liquid" on my scalp, because of alopecia, it burn my scalp like crazy. PLEASE SEE UR DOCTOR ASAP Answered by Malik Hirschfield 3 months ago.

If it is psoriasis then sunshine will help alot! Tanning beds work too . You can also try Eucerine calming cream it's great too. It works for most any skin irritations. Good Luck! Answered by Lillian Delongis 3 months ago.

Natural manuka honey is proven effective to treat psoriasis. It contains the highest levels of antibacterial properties that stop infection associated with psoriasis. Answered by Tiesha Graza 3 months ago.


What is the difference between Clobex and Clobetasol?
Asked by Mariella Cabla 3 months ago.

Clobex is the drug name and Clobetasol is the Active Ingredient. That is the difference. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Hope this helped you out. Take Care!!! :) Answered by Debera Manford 3 months ago.

Assuming that they're in the same dosage form (cream, spray, gel, lotion, shampoo, etc.), there should not be any difference between the two. Clobex is basically the brand name, while clobetasol is the generic name. You might have to pay more to get the brand name product Clobex. However, the generic clobetasol should be bioequivalent to Clobex, and as a result, you should have the same outcome using the cheaper generic. Answered by Joann Galang 3 months ago.

Just to let you know, there is a big difference. The generic does not work nearly as well as the brand name Clobex. Answered by Beula Schuchart 3 months ago.


Has anyone ever used Clobex lotion for Acne? Is this a valid use?
Asked by Marsha Villacorta 3 months ago.

Since the clobex is a fluorinated corticosteroid, it most likely will induce a "steroid acne", making the condition worse. In addition, when used on the thin facial skin, it will cause marked atrophy, thinning and redness of the facial skin. Plus, if used near the eye area, you run the risk of developing glaucoma from its use, and subsequent blindness. So, after learning about the possible harmful side effects, it'll be your choice as to whether you use it for a condition for which it's not intended. Answered by Vikki Happ 3 months ago.

Clobex Lotion Answered by Lakeesha Gayer 3 months ago.


Is this a prescription drug or an over-the-counter medication?
Clobetasol propionate solution (brand name Clobex). Asked by Davina Johanning 3 months ago.

script only. Answered by Oliver Leitz 3 months ago.


Psoriasis..clobex spray, anyone try it yet??
My doctor prescribed Clobex Spray for me and it is 299.00, anyone else try it and did it work for you? I asked for samples but there are none. I have severe psoriasis and summer is coming so you know the pain I am going through. It's ok around the house to leave arms and legs exposed but in public it embarasses... Asked by Bernardo Gothe 3 months ago.

My doctor prescribed Clobex Spray for me and it is 299.00, anyone else try it and did it work for you? I asked for samples but there are none. I have severe psoriasis and summer is coming so you know the pain I am going through. It's ok around the house to leave arms and legs exposed but in public it embarasses my kids...well, maybe mostly me, but I don't want their friends to make fun of their Mom with all the scales on her arms. I am 40, and I have been in the severe state for almost a year, tried clobetasol ointment, Dermarests crap for psoriasis, and I take methotrexate with no help, it is helping my p.a. a lot in my feet. Answered by Brandi Bergenty 3 months ago.

Yes, my dermatologist did give me a sample bottle a few weeks ago and it really helped. So I went ahead and bought a bottle. If you go to www.clobex.com, you can get a rebate on it. Answered by Tuyet Filimaua 3 months ago.

RE: Psoriasis..clobex spray, anyone try it yet?? My doctor prescribed Clobex Spray for me and it is 299.00, anyone else try it and did it work for you? I asked for samples but there are none. I have severe psoriasis and summer is coming so you know the pain I am going through. It's ok around the house to leave arms and legs exposed but in public it embarasses my kids...well, maybe mostly me, but I don't want their friends to make fun of their Mom with all the scales on her arms. I am 40, and I have been in the severe state for almost a year, tried clobetasol ointment, Dermarests crap for psoriasis, and I take methotrexate with no help, it is helping my p.a. a lot in my feet. Answered by Katelyn Reihing 3 months ago.

Hey, i dont know the answer about that product, but i have a friend that used to have psoriasis and it was really bad. He never liked to wear like short clothing or stuff like that and he usually stayed indoors. I recommended this product that i knew about and all of his psoriasis went away. It was amazing because he told me he never found any success in any product or treatment his doctor recommended. here is the site that i showed him and if u have some questions just ask me but im sure they can help answer your questions better then i can. here is the site: www.honeyderm.com good luck! Answered by Iris Skar 3 months ago.

Have you tried a product called Daivobet? I have recently started this treatment and it has greatly improved my psoriasis that I can now wear singlet tops and shorts without having to worry. Might be worth a try if you are looking for another alternative. Good luck. Answered by Kirk Klute 3 months ago.

If he isn't spraying yet, count yourself as lucky and have him neutered. Some male cats will never start spraying, and some can start as early as 3 months. Once they do start spraying, most will continue to do so even after being neutered! Please be a responsible pet owner and have your boy neutered. :) Answered by Tilda Jarvi 3 months ago.

Clobex Spray For Psoriasis Answered by Tova Wenrick 3 months ago.

have u tried Betnovate cream? it works wonders with me i had it all over but managed to calm it down. it apprently thins the skin though so u cant use it too often but i still do, i woyld talk to ur doctor about this as its great cream! hope this helps x Answered by Roxie Mirto 3 months ago.


Is clobex topical a prescribed medicine?
need clobex topical for severe rash on legs Asked by Maribeth Migues 3 months ago.

Yes, it does require a prescription. Answered by Linette Manon 3 months ago.

yes -inform your doctor. Answered by Jamey Ork 3 months ago.


Is there an over-the-counter alternative to my CLOBEX perscription for psoriasis?
Asked by Jack Vanslander 3 months ago.

i dont know if there is an over the counter drug for that prescription but i suggest that u ask your doctor about "RETNOIDS" because those drugs are very helpful in psoriasis... i have psoriasis and there's marked improvement in my skin lesions after taking this drug for only 15 days... oh and by the way i dont know the drug name for CLOBEX.. and if it is a brand name for retnoids then its very helpful Answered by James Boothby 3 months ago.

Depends on which country you want it. Its pharmacological name is clobetasol propionate. Ask your pharmacist. Remember its a very potent steroid. So use sparingly and wisely. can give u a lot of side effects if misused... Side effects include... stretch marks, thinning and whitening of the normal skin, bacterial infections, fungal infection, It can develop hair if use on the face. so use it only on the lesion as little as possible. In Psoriasis moisturizers help a lot ... so use them more tahn Clobex. Answered by Keneth Lace 3 months ago.

Clobex Spray Answered by Idella Ajayi 3 months ago.


Clobex for Poison Ivy.?
Hey, I had horrible poison ivy and my doctor put me on steroids (to stop the spreading) which have started working and have started to help the swelling, but my doctor also gave me Clobex (lotion). Has anyone else been prescribed Clobex for poison ivy? It's really been working I'm just wondering. And why... Asked by Evon Goliday 3 months ago.

Hey, I had horrible poison ivy and my doctor put me on steroids (to stop the spreading) which have started working and have started to help the swelling, but my doctor also gave me Clobex (lotion). Has anyone else been prescribed Clobex for poison ivy? It's really been working I'm just wondering. And why is it prescription - the side effects are minor if any and the allergic reaction side effects are bad, but no worse than any allergic reactions you may get while using non-prescription drugs. You just have to watch out for what you're allergic to. So why is it prescription? Any experience/stories involving poison ivy or Clobex? I'm interested! P.S. Sorry my English is so bad right now, it's pretty late and I'm tired. Answered by Rocky Stouffer 3 months ago.

why don't you just use calamine lotion? Answered by Kelley Pardoe 3 months ago.

Male, age 64 in generally good health. In the last 15 years I have contracted poison ivy on three occasions. The first time I missed 5 days form work. During the most recent episode my primary care physician prescribed beta methasone. While it helped some it did not stop the spread or the itch. I went to a dermatologist who prescribed Clobex. It worked much better. If there is a next time...straight to Clobex (lotion). Answered by Chantal Rotondo 3 months ago.


Clobex question for dry skin.?
Hey I have been having dry flaky itchy skin in the ear canal for a few months now and sometimes there is a weird foul clear discharge on my q tip it feels like there's water in my ear... the fluid only comes mostly right when I wake up but not every day like once a week if that.. anyway when I q tip because I... Asked by Norris Brittingham 3 months ago.

Hey I have been having dry flaky itchy skin in the ear canal for a few months now and sometimes there is a weird foul clear discharge on my q tip it feels like there's water in my ear... the fluid only comes mostly right when I wake up but not every day like once a week if that.. anyway when I q tip because I use them to itch it sheets of dry flakes come out of my ear..... so I went to the dermatologist hoping for some answers and help and he looked inside with the naked eye not and tools and he asked me if p Answered by Lady Sengupta 3 months ago.

P? Any development on that term? This sounds like a common problem of an ear infection. Something like Tea Tree Oil is a good idea. This will sound weird! Purchase some tea tree oil. This is usually available at most superstores, whole food stores and chemists. Clean your ear out as well as you can without causing too much pain. Lie on your side with the good ear, and then drop no more than 2 drops into the ear canal. Wait for about half an hour to an hour depending on the severity of the issue, and then rinse your ear out thoroughly with warm water, then q-tip it to remove any loose bits, then repeat this daily until the issue is resolved. I had this issue when I was 12 and my mother did this for me. It cleared up after 3 days of treatment and I have never had another problem like it. This is safe if the oil does not stay in the canal for a very long period of time, so be sure not to let it stay in there for more than 2 hours just to be safe. Hope this helped! Aaron Answered by Deann Gallardo 3 months ago.

That is indeed a tough question. Try speaking with someone qualified. Answered by Osvaldo Podolsky 3 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
021535/001 CLOBEX CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.05%
021644/001 CLOBEX CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 0.05%
021835/001 CLOBEX CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE SPRAY/TOPICAL 0.05%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019322/001 TEMOVATE CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
019323/001 TEMOVATE CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.05% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
019966/001 TEMOVATE CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE SOLUTION/TOPICAL 0.05% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020337/001 TEMOVATE CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE GEL/TOPICAL 0.05% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020340/001 TEMOVATE E CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
021142/001 OLUX CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE AEROSOL, FOAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
021535/001 CLOBEX CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.05%
021644/001 CLOBEX CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 0.05%
021835/001 CLOBEX CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE SPRAY/TOPICAL 0.05%
022013/001 OLUX E CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE AEROSOL, FOAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
074087/001 CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
074089/001 CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.05%
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075279/001 CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE GEL/TOPICAL 0.05%
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075430/001 CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE (EMOLLIENT) CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
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075733/001 CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE (EMOLLIENT) CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
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078223/001 CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.05%
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208933/001 CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.05%

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