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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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tazarotene topical (Pro, More...)
18 reviews
calcipotriene topical (Pro, More...)
22 reviews
betamethasone / calcipotriene topical (Pro, More...)
54 reviews
calcitriol topical (Pro, More...)
4 reviews
anthralin topical (More...)
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methoxsalen topical (Pro, More...)
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resorcinol topical (More...)
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