User Reviews for Halobetasol topical to treat Eczema
Also known as: Ultravate, Lexette, Bryhali, Halonate
Halobetasol topical has an average rating of 8.4 out of 10 from a total of 8 ratings for the treatment of Eczema. 88% of reviewers reported a positive effect, while 13% reported a negative effect.
Ultravate (halobetasol): “This ointment was the only thing that worked for my eczema. I had it on my leg for years and it was open and raw; the itch unbearable. I tried everything and this was the only thing that made it go away. 10 years later and it has not come back.”
“I had really bad eczema on my hands and I was in so much pain I couldn't even work anymore. I was always sad, mad and in constant pain. I used this for a week and it completely cleared up. I am so happy, this medicine is amazing.”
“I have had eczema all my life on my ankles and now it's moved to my hands. This is the only thing I can use to be able to function daily. My hands bust open and I put this on at night and wear a pair of white cotton gloves to bed.”
“During my divorce, the skin on both feet literally peeled off. I would have to soak both feet so the dried blood would release my socks! Finally, a dermatologist took one look, asked if I was in stress, and told me I had eczema! He gave me a prescription for temovate , which later named ultravate. In less than 48 hrs, I had new skin on both feet! It literally saved my life!”
Ultravate (halobetasol): “I have had eczema for about 10 years and before Ultravate nothing worked. In 2 days Ultravate dried the itchy open skin and it was well on its way to healing.”
Ultravate (halobetasol): “I've had eczema for years and this medicine is AMAZING! It's definitely worth every penny you pay for it!!”
Ultravate (halobetasol): “The best so far. I have had very good results - stopped itching and flares. However, I still have dark scars that need to go away. ”
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“After effects: brown spider-like veins appeared on treated halobetasol area.”
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