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CONTACT DERMATITIS TREATMENT

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CONTACT DERMATITIS TREATMENT

Get contact dermatitis treatment to help manage your skin flare-up

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Just like your local GP, we’re here to support you with expert, confidential advice and treatment but without the travel and waiting time. You can reach us whether you’re relaxing at home or hard at work. With pick up in store or free standard delivery, you’ll get fast access to the contact dermatitis treatment you need, if suitable for you.

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Contact Dermatitis treatments we offer

Betnovate Cream

Betnovate

(30g Cream)

£15

A strong steroid cream used to treat inflamed skin

Betnovate Ointment

Betnovate

(30g Ointment)

£15

A strong steroid ointment used to treat inflamed skin

Dermovate Cream

Dermovate 0.05%

(30g Cream)

£15

A very strong steroid cream used to treat inflamed skin

Dermovate Ointment

Dermovate 0.05%

(30g Ointment)

£16

A very strong steroid ointment used to treat inflamed skin

Diprosone Cream

Diprosone 0.05%

(30g Cream)

£15

A strong steroid cream used to treat inflamed skin

Elocon Cream

Elocon 0.1%

(30g Cream)

£22

A strong steroid cream used to treat red, inflamed skin

Contact dermatitis – take control of your flare-ups

Contact dermatitis is a rash caused by something your skin has come into contact with. It can make your skin sore, itchy and red (only lighter skin tones). If you’ve been diagnosed with contact dermatitis by a healthcare professional, we can prescribe treatment to help manage a flare-up.

We’ll need to see three photos of your skin and check that treatment is suitable for you.

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Get the facts about contact dermatitis from Dr Christina

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Page last reviewed by: Dr. Christina Hennessey 21/06/2021