CLODERM Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017765/001.

Names and composition

"CLODERM" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CLOCORTOLONE PIVALATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017765/001 CLODERM CLOCORTOLONE PIVALATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.1%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017765/001 CLODERM CLOCORTOLONE PIVALATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.1%

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What is cloderm cream an and what is it used for?
Asked by Rodolfo Milone 1 month ago.

a prescription mid-potency corticosteroid emollient cream for the treatment of inflammation and itching of corticosteroid-responsive dermatoses, Cloderm Cream is effective in treating stasis dermatitis, eczema/atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis and seborrhea. Complete prescribing information is available from Healthpoint. Cloderm Cream is a mid-potency topical corticosteroid in a specially formulated water-washable emollient cream base consisting of purified water, white petrolatum, mineral oil, stearyl alcohol, polyoxyl 40 stearate, carbomer 934P, edetate disodium, sodium hydroxide, with methylparaben and propylparaben as preservatives. Answered by Evia Piscitelli 1 month ago.

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i guess you are thinking of clotted cream, it's served in England with scones. Answered by Sam Tiet 1 month ago.


What is "Cloderm" cream used for?
Ok I have 3 light patches on my lip I dont know if it's cause I used to much Chapstick but my lips lost color. I went to the dermatologist and she gave me a cream called Cloderm and told me to use it for 4 weeks my lips should get its color back. She didn't say I had vitiligo although she asked if anyone in... Asked by Owen Curlis 1 month ago.

Ok I have 3 light patches on my lip I dont know if it's cause I used to much Chapstick but my lips lost color. I went to the dermatologist and she gave me a cream called Cloderm and told me to use it for 4 weeks my lips should get its color back. She didn't say I had vitiligo although she asked if anyone in my family has it cause at first she kinda thought it could be that, but I googled about the Cloderm cream she gave me but it says it's for rashes an redness it doesn't say anything about restoring my lips color back so should I chose a new dermatologist? Answered by Carmina Geraci 1 month ago.

a prescription mid-potency corticosteroid emollient cream for the treatment of inflammation and itching of corticosteroid-responsive dermatoses, Cloderm Cream is effective in treating stasis dermatitis, eczema/atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis and seborrhea. Complete prescribing information is available from Healthpoint. Cloderm Cream is a mid-potency topical corticosteroid in a specially formulated water-washable emollient cream base consisting of purified water, white petrolatum, mineral oil, stearyl alcohol, polyoxyl 40 stearate, carbomer 934P, edetate disodium, sodium hydroxide, with methylparaben and propylparaben as preservatives. Answered by Bao Lehner 1 month ago.

Whipping cream [which is heavy cream] is not the same thing as whipped cream in a recipe, and in fact, if the recipe DOES call for whipped cream, it will give you instructions as to how long to whip it for [soft peaks vs. hard peaks etc], and how to incorporate it into the recipe [folding]. Have fun cooking! If you're making a type of ganache with that heavy cream, it's a good recipe for all kinds of chocolate things that need to be rather liquid-y. Keep those instructions somewhere where you can find them again in the future. Answered by Cody Tannazzo 1 month ago.


What is cloderm( antifungal cream)?
if this is prescribe by a doctor Asked by Harvey Ehrich 1 month ago.

Yes, it is prescribed by a doctor. It was prescribed to me before, when I had a fungal infection on my stomach. I do not remember what caused it though. It is just a cream, looks like any other type of cream, but yes it is an anti fungal. Answered by Chi Goetting 1 month ago.


What is CLODERM gel for?
My doctor gave me the gel for my acne i guess and i was confused about it. http://www.healthsquare.com/common/images/h/HLT31002_75331_5.JPG Asked by Silvana Cotsis 1 month ago.

It's for your acne.. Put it on your pimples over night and in the morning wake up and wash it off your face. It works really good. Answered by Elyse Pratka 1 month ago.


Dark spot on face?
it's not that small and i've had it since about 5th or 6th grade and it hasn't really changed. (I'm in 9th now) Asked by Rashida Cree 1 month ago.

go to these websites Answered by Elza Vangundy 1 month ago.

i could be cancer.... small darks spots for cancer appear on the face most of the times and on ppls hands.. skin cancer that is...if that is the case u need to get it remosved asap before it starts to spread Answered by Latoyia Agnes 1 month ago.


How long will it take for this pimple that i popped to go away?
i had a pimple right above my lip, it was a white head and i popped it and was very careful not to break the skin. after i popped it, i put ice on it for 10 minutes on and 10 minutes off. overnight i put neosporin on it. when i woke up there was a little bit more pus in it and i got it out and was very careful.... Asked by Ping Montante 1 month ago.

i had a pimple right above my lip, it was a white head and i popped it and was very careful not to break the skin. after i popped it, i put ice on it for 10 minutes on and 10 minutes off. overnight i put neosporin on it. when i woke up there was a little bit more pus in it and i got it out and was very careful. i've been putting cloderm cream on it all day and i just want to know how long it's going to take for it to go away. it has gotten much flatter but it is extremely red and it looks like i have a cold sore or herpes or something. it's extremely embarassing does anyone have any ideas on how long this will take to go away or anything else i can do to speed up the process? Answered by Ashlyn Vanderwal 1 month ago.

You can't really pop a pimple without breaking the skin, it just doesn't work. It'll go in 3 to 4 days, just leave it alone and antihistamines can help. Answered by Arnulfo Bohler 1 month ago.

While it took little less than two months for me to really see a difference, my acne, blackheads and whole lot of other skin problems I had such as eczema had completely cleared! It was totally amazing... Get Rid Of Acne Permanently? Answered by Joycelyn Kimminau 1 month ago.

they hurt too :( but yeah at least a week Answered by Vashti Ringhand 1 month ago.


What could be the causes to peeling skin around the groin-al area?
Today at school, I noticed my scrotum to be hurting and had been irritated but thought it was just an itch.Now I got home and as I was using the restroom, I found white flakes around, and on, my penis. I looked further down and found that the whole area around my genitals was peeling. Underneath would be tender... Asked by Bernie Castellow 1 month ago.

Today at school, I noticed my scrotum to be hurting and had been irritated but thought it was just an itch. Now I got home and as I was using the restroom, I found white flakes around, and on, my penis. I looked further down and found that the whole area around my genitals was peeling. Underneath would be tender skin, which I had a few cuts in from touching during school, which caused minor bleeding. The area between my thighs and my genitals is very pale and scaly as well as the part of the scrotum beneath my penis. This skin comes off very easily and is very thin, like the little layer around an egg that is always super annoying to peel off. A ton of other strange things have been happening over the last few days as well, I've been growing little bumps on both my palms, and around my fingers. They don't really itch, but my fingers do feel as if they have swelled up just a little. I checked it with a dermatologist, and she gave me Cloderm to put on my hand. Whenever I feel mild heat, I get these needle poking sensations in my back, and they don't feel too good, quite irritating rather. I also got little red spots on the sides of my mouth/lips which have little cuts in them as well as extremely dry lips (mostly on the very top tip and bottom tip). The night before the flakes(on my groin), the needle poking on my back, and the cut up lips, I woke up in the middle of the night, breathing heavily while sweating excessively unto a point where I was practically soaked in sweat.(If that helps at all). Oh and if someone could tell me how to reply to answers/questions said/asked on this question that would be great. Answered by Asley Gruell 1 month ago.

talk to your Dad - this is a guy thing Answered by Elfreda Stephano 1 month ago.


Dermatitis on ankles?
Hello people I need ur help!!I have a problem on my ankles I develop bumps that become very itchy extremely itchy and they wont go away, I went to the Dermatology's and he say that I have dermatitis and prescribe cloderm cream to use twice a day, its being 3 weeks already and I still develop bumps no many as... Asked by Cassondra Meche 1 month ago.

Hello people I need ur help!! I have a problem on my ankles I develop bumps that become very itchy extremely itchy and they wont go away, I went to the Dermatology's and he say that I have dermatitis and prescribe cloderm cream to use twice a day, its being 3 weeks already and I still develop bumps no many as before maybe Im to desperate to see this thing gone , I'm also frustrated because I have to wear black thigh socks to cover this rash every time i go to work or out I wear this ! thank God is winter but when summer comes in 2 more months i do not know what Im going to do.. I CANT COVER MYSELF FOR EVER PLEASE HELP IS THIS GOING TO GO AWAY SOON? IS CLODERM CREAM EFFECTIVE TO MAKE THIS THING GO AWAY FOR GOOD? HOW LONG IT TAKES PLEASE HELP THANKS:) Answered by Delfina Persten 1 month ago.

That are questions you should ask the dermatologist, but I tell you that it can be for a long time, so don't ever stop using this creme. It helps really and the itching is less than it would be without it. It will be less after a while believe me. These dermatitis could come from stress at work or even with your friend or any other situation. Every time when my son has a stress situation he experience the same as you did. With the creme it's gone after a long while.. Answered by Spring Killeagle 1 month ago.

Hi there Lola I would follow the advice of the person who said continue with the cloderm for as long as your patience lasts. at this stage you really need to find out what works. however there is an alternative in a product called Skin Salvation, a natural cream from Purepotions. they have a facebook page for support and advice, but i can tell you it works for me and my family. time is on your side though, because summer is more than a few months away so i'd exercise patience at least till april, then see how you feel good luck x Answered by Jacquelyn Lippman 1 month ago.


What can I do for my Keratosis Pilaris? ?
It's on the backs of my arms, and a "little" on my face (it doesn't really show, but sometimes it gets really red). Would you suggest anything? Asked by Leonard Ruzich 1 month ago.

I see this from time-to-time in my practice. I've never seen anyone attain full remission of it, but at the very least, a bit of a reduction when the right medications are used. Best of luck! FROM THE LINK BELOW: In view of the described genetic predisposition and possible genetic etiology of keratosis pilaris (KP), no cure or universally effective treatment is available. Inconsistent remissions and variations with seasons and hormonal states (eg, pregnancy) are described. Although symptoms usually remit with increasing age, this is not always the case. Some cases clear spontaneously without treatment. Many treatment options and skin care recipes are available for treating KP. Many patients have very good temporary improvement following a regular skin care program. As a general rule, treatment needs to be continuous. Because no single therapy is effective, the list of potential lotions and creams is long. Importantly, keep in mind that as with any condition, no therapy is uniformly effective in all people. Complete clearing may not be possible. * General measures to prevent excessive skin dryness, such as using mild soap-less cleansers (eg, Dove, Cetaphil), are recommended, and lubrication is the mainstay of treatment for nearly all cases. * Best results may be achieved with combination therapy. * Mild cases of KP may be improved with basic lubrication using over-the-counter moisturizer lotions such as Cetaphil, Purpose, or Lubriderm. * Additional available therapeutic options for more involved cases of KP include lactic acid lotions (AmLactin, Lac-Hydrin), alpha hydroxy acid lotions (Glytone, glycolic body lotions, urea cream (Carmol 10, Carmol 20, Carmol 40, Urix 40), salicylic acid (Salex lotion), and topical steroid creams (triamcinolone 0.1%, Locoid Lipocream), retinoic acid products such as tretinoin (Retin-A), tazarotene (Tazorac), and adapalene (Differin). Specially mixed “designer” compound creams with multiple different combined ingredients can also be prescribed by physicians. * The affected area may be washed once or twice a day with a gentle cleanser such as Dove. Acne-prone skin may benefit from more therapeutic cleansers such as GlySal, Proactiv, salicylic acid, or benzoyl peroxide. * Lotions should be gently massaged into the affected area 2-3 times a day. Irritated or abraded skin should be treated only with bland moisturizers until the inflammation resolves. * Occasionally, physicians may prescribe a 7- to 10-day course of a medium potency, emollient-based topical steroid cream (eg, Locoid Lipocream, Cloderm) to be applied once or twice a day for inflamed, red rash areas. Once the inflammation has remitted, the residual dry rough bumps may be treated with a routine of twice-daily application of a compounded preparation of 2-3% salicylic acid in 20% urea cream. * Intermittent dosing of topical retinoids (eg, weekly or biweekly) seems to be quite effective and well tolerated, but usually the response is only partial. After initial clearing with stronger medications, patients may then be placed on a milder maintenance regimen. * Persistent skin discoloration, termed hyperpigmentation, may be treated with fading creams such as hydroquinone 4%, kojic acid, and azelaic acid 15-20%. Special compounded creams for particularly resistant skin discoloration using higher concentrations of hydroquinone 6%, 8%, and 10% may also be formulated by compounding pharmacists. Higher concentrations of hydroquinone may be irritating and carry an increased risk of adverse effects, including ochronosis. * KP may be treated with topical immunomodulators such as pimecrolimus (Elidel) or tacrolimus (Protopic). Although these products are approved for atopic dermatitis and eczema, their use would be considered off label for KP. These may be used in more resistant cases or when the patient has considerable skin redness or inflammation. * Photodynamic therapy using aminolevulinic acid (Levulan) and blue light (417 nm) has been anecdotally reported as effective, but this successful use of off-label photodynamic therapy requires confirmation. * Severe cases of KP have been treated orally with isotretinoin (Accutane) pills for several months. Isotretinoin is generally a very potent oral medication reserved for severe, resistant, or scarring cases of acne. Its use in KP would be considered off label and not routine. * Vitamin D (calcipotriol) is not effective for KP, but clinical trials have found it moderately effective for ichthyosis.6 * As with most treatments for KP, data exist only in the form of small group observations and anecdotal reports. Because KP is generally a chronic condition that requires long-term maintenance, most therapies would require repeated or long-term use to maintain results. Answered by Daniel Beebe 1 month ago.

Usually women are the ones embarrassed by a skin condition but guys get self-conscious too. My keratosis pilaris really got to me in my late teens. I got made fun of by my so-called friends and became dptressed and withdrawn. Comments like, what's that leprosy stuff on your arms? I can't tell you how many dates and social outings I've missed because of keratosis pilaris. I always thought just what if I didn't have this. But thanks to this program I'm almost totally clear. I'm dating now. I'm actually asking my friends to go to the beach. I'm more outgoing. Life is good. Natural Keratosis Pilaris Cure? Answered by Ladonna Alevedo 1 month ago.


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