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Topical antipsoriatics

What are Topical antipsoriatics?

Topical antipsoriatics are agents, which are applied on the surface, locally to treat psoriasis. These topical agents are available as creams, lotions, ointments and shampoos. Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition with itchy, dry, scaly patches. Psoriatic agents have different modes of action but in due course, they work to control psoriasis and prevent secondary infections.

List of Topical antipsoriatics:

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Drug Name Avg. Rating Reviews
Enstilar (Pro)
Generic name: betamethasone / calcipotriene
6.9
53 reviews
Taclonex (Pro)
Generic name: betamethasone / calcipotriene
7.9
46 reviews
Tazorac (Pro)
Generic name: tazarotene
7.8
36 reviews
Dovonex (Pro)
Generic name: calcipotriene
6.7
26 reviews
Duobrii (Pro)
Generic name: halobetasol / tazarotene
9.2
12 reviews
Vectical (Pro)
Generic name: calcitriol
6.8
4 reviews
Taclonex Scalp
Generic name: betamethasone / calcipotriene
8.8
4 reviews
Sorilux (Pro)
Generic name: calcipotriene
1.0
1 review
Zithranol-RR (Pro)
Generic name: anthralin
No reviews
Zithranol (Pro)
Generic name: anthralin
No reviews
Wynzora (Pro)
Generic name: betamethasone / calcipotriene
No reviews
Resinol
Generic name: resorcinol
No reviews
R A Acne
Generic name: resorcinol
No reviews
Psoriatec
Generic name: anthralin
No reviews
Oxsoralen (Pro)
Generic name: methoxsalen
No reviews
Kalosar (Pro)
Generic name: calcipotriene
No reviews
Drithocreme (Pro)
Generic name: anthralin
No reviews
Dritho-Scalp
Generic name: anthralin
No reviews
Calcitrene (Pro)
Generic name: calcipotriene
No reviews
Anthrascalp
Generic name: anthralin
No reviews
Anthraforte
Generic name: anthralin
No reviews
For ratings, users were asked how effective they found the medicine while considering positive/adverse effects and ease of use (1 = not effective, 10 = most effective).

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