Clobetasol, Neomycin & Miconazole Cream


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Clobetasol, neomycin, and miconazole cream is a medication that is used to treat certain skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, and fungal infections.

Clobetasol is a potent steroid that helps to reduce inflammation and itching in the affected area. It works by decreasing the activity of the immune system and preventing the release of substances that cause inflammation.

Neomycin is an antibiotic that is effective against a wide range of bacteria. It works by stopping the growth and reproduction of bacteria, which can cause infections.

Miconazole is an antifungal medication that is used to treat fungal infections such as athlete’s foot, ringworm, and jock itch. It works by stopping the growth and reproduction of fungi, which can cause skin infections.

The combination of these three medications in a cream can help to treat a range of skin conditions that involve inflammation, infection, or fungal growth. However, it is important to use this medication as directed by a healthcare professional and to avoid using it on areas of the skin that are not affected by the condition being treated. Additionally, it may cause side effects such as itching, burning, or redness, so it is important to monitor skin care and contact a healthcare professional if any unusual symptoms develop.

Uses of Clobetasol, Neomycin & Miconazole Cream

Three medications—Clobetasol, Miconazole, and Neomycin—are combined under the trade name CLOBETASOL+MICONAZOLE+NEOMYCIN. A corticosteroid called clobetasol prevents the body from releasing certain chemical messengers that cause swelling, itching, and redness. An antifungal called miconazole kills fungi by breaking holes in their cell membranes. Neomycin is an antibiotic that prevents bacterial growth, reproduction, and population growth by preventing the creation of vital proteins. Skin infections can be successfully treated with CLOBETASOL, MICONAZOLE, and NEOMYCIN when used together.

Bacterial skin infections, Fungal skin infections.

Common Side effects of Clobetasol, Neomycin & Miconazole Cream

Burning sensation on the skin
Skin irritation
Skin redness
Thinning of skin


It is not advised to use CLOBETASOL+MICONAZOLE+NEOMYCIN on bigger sections of the skin. Unless your doctor has recommended it, avoid using it for extended periods of time. It would be ideal if you avoided applying a bandage or plaster to the treated area—especially the face—without first seeing your doctor. Useless to utilize the medication near or in your eyes. If you accidentally get medication in your eyes, nose, mouth, or genitalia, thoroughly rinse with water. Stop taking CLOBETASOL+MICONAZOLE+NEOMYCIN and notify your doctor right away if you have any persistent skin irritation or a worsening of the skin disease.

Direction of Use

When applying CLOBETASOL+MICONAZOLE+NEOMYCIN, gently clean the afflicted region with saline or water. Dry the skin with a fresh cotton towel after patting it. Using clean, dry hands, apply a large amount of CLOBETASOL+MICONAZOLE+NEOMYCIN and uniformly spread it over the skin’s afflicted regions to create a 1/8-inch-thick layer. You may also use a fresh piece of cotton wool or gauze swab to administer CLOBETASOL+MICONAZOLE+NEOMYCIN. Unless the therapy is for hands, wash your hands before and after applying CLOBETASOL+MICONAZOLE+NEOMYCIN to the afflicted regions.


Store in a cool and dry place away from sunlight

Clobetasol, Neomycin & Miconazole Cream

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