Acne - mometasone furoate cream long use in face harmful?

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3 Jun 2010

ELOCON - Mometasone Furoate is a medication that belongs to a group of drugs called corticosteroids, available on PoM, your doc. who prescribed the med would tell you the exact time it is required to be used, hope this helps?

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3 Jun 2010

angiedt can you use a clay paste product or facial masks--- they clean the pores better, i had allergic reaction to something my face was full of bumps and oozing stuff, yes i looked horrible i thought, in my cabinet i always go back to--apricot scrub--its seedy--- blemish and blackhead control or pure spring--eplenishing face body masks--within 2 days there is and always immediate results i now have 1-2 zits to work on but the rest of face and neck completely smooth like a baby's bottom, they have other types--some are green and chocolate--use a moistorizing soap like dove to take it off your face rub in circle motion you should also increase your fluid intake as well... this is how i do it... hope it works for you... good luck... vtech10

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