This medication should only be applied to the skin.
Before using, wash your hands. As directed, clean and dry the affected area. Remove any dried, crusty skin to increase contact between the antibiotic and the infected area when treating impetigo. Then, as directed by your doctor, apply a small amount of medication in a thin layer 3 to 4 times per day. If instructed, cover the area with a sterile gauze bandage. Maintain a clean environment in the infected area. Unless you are using this product to treat your hands, wash your hands after use.
Take care not to get this medication in your eyes, nose, or mouth. If this happens, remove the medication and thoroughly rinse it with water.
The dosage and duration of treatment are determined by your medical condition and response to treatment.
Clobegen Cream is a drug cocktail used to treat skin infections caused by microorganisms like bacteria. It kills and inhibits the growth of infection-causing microorganisms, clearing the infection and alleviating symptoms. It also prevents the release of chemicals that cause itching, redness, and swelling. As a result, this medication reduces the inflammation caused by these infections.
Application site reactions (burning, irritation, itching and redness)
Thinning of skin
Missing a dose
If you forget to apply Clobegen Cream, do so as soon as possible. If your next dose is approaching, skip the missed dose and resume your regular schedule. Do not increase the dose.
Clobegen Cream should not be used during pregnancy because there is clear evidence of risk to the developing baby. However, if the benefits outweigh the risks, the doctor may rarely prescribe it in life-threatening situations. Please consult your physician.
Clobegen Cream is most likely safe to use while breastfeeding. According to the limited human data, the drug poses no significant risk to the baby.