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User Reviews for Betamethasone topical to treat Dermatological Disorders

Also known as: Diprolene, Betnovate, Sernivo Diprolene AF Beta-Val Luxiq

Betamethasone topical has an average rating of 9.7 out of 10 from a total of 12 ratings for the treatment of Dermatological Disorders. 100% of those users who reviewed Betamethasone topical reported a positive effect, while 0% reported a negative effect.

Betamethasone topical Rating Summary

9.7/10 average rating

12 ratings from 10 user reviews.

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Reviews for Betamethasone topical

Egypt1 · Taken for less than 1 month February 10, 2020

Betnovate (betamethasone): “Works brilliantly for rashes and also mozzie bite”

10 / 10
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Mactheknife · Taken for 1 to 2 years October 20, 2019

“I suffer from a painful, red rash on my upper chest. I used to use sulfacetamide that worked well but my insurance company removed it from their coverage and the price went up from a few $ to more than $300 for a small bottle. Accordingly, I switched to betamethezone and it works just as well. So does an elemental sulfur-containing cream, but it was too effective and resulted in mild chemical burns.”

10 / 10
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Kedo · Taken for less than 1 month April 13, 2018

“Hive and rash covered my full body and this seem to be the only topical that reduced the itch and my hive and rash were gone in 9days.”

10 / 10
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Danny UK Manchester · Taken for 5 to 10 years July 24, 2016

“I've had eczema all my life, at 24 it now comes in flare ups every now and then generally when the weather changes or other allergies I.e hay-fever that go hand in hand. I've used probably most things on the market, from oily emollients to creams and I seem to have settled with this. Other creams don't have the date effect this does its easy to apply doesn't feel greasy and soaks in quickly.. But it is the only cream that really works. Big eczema flare ups are dealt with in days as opposed to weeks previously and it stops the urge to itch.. Honestly if you suffer with eczema you need to make sure you have this it's a must.”

10 / 10
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Anonymous October 10, 2008

Diprosone (betamethasone): “I served in the middle east during the Iraq war. The weather in the desert was over 130 degrees, so I developed eczema. My mom was a nurse in Mexico and told me about diprosone. I tried it and it worked. So I have never looked back.”

10 / 10
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rammsteiner · Taken for 1 to 6 months February 27, 2018

Diprosone (betamethasone): “I have had odd eczema on-and-off for about 3 years. I tried 7 different hand creams before finally visiting my GP. He wasn't sure if my condition even was a classic case of eczema, as it was not like the majority of other patients' he had seen: mine was itchy every night, red, dry and flaky, and in distinct circle shapes on the back of my left hand. Sometimes, it bled. Scabies cream did not work for me, so I was prescribed Diprosone. My extremely uncomfortable "eczema" had disappeared after about a week of applying a thin layer of the cream, twice daily. It has left slightly pale patches on my hand where the condition used to be, but my skin is back to normal and there are no more irritating symptoms (like itching), ever. I would highly recommend this cream for anyone with a similar condition.”

10 / 10
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Anonymous July 15, 2010

Betaderm (betamethasone): “Wow, This actually worked wonders, I had a very serious skin infection as well as eczema, and within a week of using twice daily after baths, it completely relieved the symptoms, and blisters started to scab and heal! I still have had to use Betaderm on and off for the last few months, but in much more moderate amounts, but after having used numerous other creams, this is the only one that worked!”

10 / 10
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Anonymous September 15, 2011

“I had some real rash and redness from scratching too much. My doctor prescribed this cream for me and within a week my skin condition improved and I stopped scratching myself. I still have some skin discoloration but it is improving. Good cream for sure.”

9 / 10
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JMC55 June 23, 2017

“Our daughter mistakenly touched a halogen light bulb and easily received a bad burn. ..Red and blistered. Aloe vera did not help but when this cream was applied, the pain disappeared within 5 minutes. She was able to take a nap and when she woke up, she was back to a normal 5 yr old without any pain from the burn. NOTE: We are living in Indonesia and a local person told us about this solution. Purchased a 15 gr. tube at the pharmacy for $3.50 USD w/o a prescription. Using this cream caused no burn scarring on a treated burn according to the local person suggesting it. We will use maybe once or twice and then treat for normal burn until the affected area has returned to normal. Not needed long term.”

8 / 10
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Anonymous July 14, 2008

Luxiq (betamethasone): “This is the best at re-growing hair and works fast.”

10 / 10
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Anonymous May 20, 2008

Luxiq (betamethasone): “Awesome, wipes out blisters due to poison ivy, in two days.”

9 / 10
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lolabella October 13, 2009

Luxiq (betamethasone): “This is amazing! I always had flaky ears because of my psoriasis and this took it away! I can finally put my hair up without feeling self-conscious!”

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Nychandsome July 30, 2010

“I have used this and it works wonders. ”

10 / 10
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