16 Jan 2012
It just depends on how bad the psoriasis is and where you are applying it. If your doctor has prescribed it for that particular place then it should be fine.
Clobex is an extremely potent topical steroid so don't use on areas apart from the ones your doctor has directed you to use it on.
- Clobex Information for Consumers
- Clobex Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Clobex (detailed)
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