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User Reviews for Clocortolone topical

Also known as: Cloderm

Clocortolone topical has an average rating of 9.8 out of 10 from a total of 8 ratings on Drugs.com. 100% of reviewers reported a positive experience, while 0% reported a negative experience.

Condition Avg. Rating Reviews Compare
Eczema  
10.0
3 reviews 248 medications
Dermatitis  
10.0
3 reviews 317 medications
Atopic Dermatitis  
10.0
1 reviews 247 medications
Psoriasis  
9.0
1 reviews 318 medications
Summary of Clocortolone topical reviews 9.8 8 reviews

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Anonymous · September 14, 2009

Cloderm (clocortolone) for Dermatitis: “I am currently finishing my final month of Accutane treatment. I unwisely tried a "new" skin product on my face and I had the most horrific reaction ever! During the past 2 days my facial skin turned very red, dried out, scaled, and then has crusted over. As it is beginning to peel and crack, my skin is now bleeding. My dermatologist gave me some samples of Cloderm to use...IT IS WONDERFUL! I just applied it for the first time, and the redness is already seemingly subsiding. My skin also feels soothed and less irritated. I rate this a 10 based on these immediate effects. If I experience anything unpleasant, I will be sure to update.”

10 / 10
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Anonymous · Taken for 1 to 2 years · April 27, 2016

Cloderm (clocortolone) for Eczema: “My dermatologist would prescribe other medicines, and pills before Cloderm and my skin would continue to constantly itch and crack and after a a couple weeks of using Cloderm, I instantly felt the difference and I highly recommend this medicine with anyone with eczema.”

10 / 10
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Mom · Taken for 6 months to 1 year · November 27, 2021

For Eczema: “The only topical that worked for a well-defined patch of eczema (initially misdiagnosed as ringworm) on the face. Clobetasol and fluocinonide were ineffective. Clocortolone completely resolved it within 48 hours and has kept it away for months. Every few weeks we try discontinuing, and so far the patch always returns in a few days, then resolves once clocortolone is reapplied. The dermatologist believes the eczema will go into remission on its own at some point, but for an adolescent girl with a large, bright red spot on her face, this topical has been a godsend. It is somewhat expensive and my normal pharmacy didn't have it in stock, but our doctor's office helped us find a local pharmacy that stocks it, and goodrx brought the price down a bit. It's absolutely been worth every penny.”

10 / 10
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joa2n2pa · February 7, 2008

Cloderm (clocortolone) for Dermatitis: “I was given sample by Dermatologist and 1st use for dermatitis on eyelids, my symptoms immediately subsided. I am thrilled that I had immediate relief.”

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maggie dee · May 26, 2008

Cloderm (clocortolone) for Psoriasis: “Cloderm seems to clear up my elbows from all the peeling and bleeding from being so dry.”

9 / 10
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Chris2pher · Taken for 1 to 6 months · April 17, 2016

Cloderm (clocortolone) for Dermatitis: “Have tried several other medications, one week of Cloderm symptoms decreased considerably.”

10 / 10
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Anonymous · September 27, 2015

Cloderm (clocortolone) for Atopic Dermatitis: “Miraculous”

10 / 10
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Sean · Taken for 10 years or more · January 14, 2022

Cloderm (clocortolone) for Eczema: “Have had eczema on face since 2003. Cloderm is the only thing that works !”

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