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Betaderm Cream

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Betamethasone valerate, the active substance in Betaderm Cream, mimics the effects of corticosteroids produced naturally by the adrenal glands. It exerts anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive effects by inhibiting the release of substances that cause inflammation. This results in decreased swelling, redness, and itchiness of the treated skin areas.



Betaderm Cream, with its active ingredient betamethasone valerate, is a potent topical corticosteroid used to treat various skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, and allergic reactions. Classified as a medium-strength corticosteroid, Betaderm Cream reduces inflammation, itching, and skin redness.

Additional information


Betaderm Cream is intended for topical application on the skin only. The usual recommendation is to apply a thin layer of the cream to the affected area(s) once or twice daily, as directed by a healthcare provider. Using the product exactly as prescribed is important to avoid potential side effects. Before applying, the skin should be cleaned and dried. Contact with the eyes, mouth, or open wounds should be avoided. After application, the hands should be washed unless they are in the treated area.

Side Effects

● Skin irritation at the application site ● Dry skin ● Itching Less common but more serious side effects can occur, including: ● Thinning of the skin ● Stretch marks ● Changes in skin color ● Increased hair growth ● Signs of skin infections ● Adrenal suppression with prolonged use


Betaderm Cream should be stored at room temperature, away from direct light and moisture. It is important to keep the cream out of reach of children and pets to prevent accidental ingestion or application.

Special Precautions

Before using Betaderm Cream, individuals should inform their healthcare provider about any known allergies to corticosteroids or any of the cream's inactive ingredients. The history of any skin infections, diabetes, poor blood circulation, or immune system problems should also be discussed. The cream should be used cautiously in children, as they are more susceptible to the potential side effects of topical corticosteroids, including growth suppression. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should only use Betaderm Cream if clearly needed and directed by a healthcare provider. Its safety in these populations has not been fully established. Long-term or extensive application of high-potency corticosteroids may lead to systemic effects, including adrenal suppression, so regular follow-up with the healthcare provider is critical.


While topical overdose of Betaderm Cream is unlikely, excessive or prolonged use can lead to thinning of the skin, suppressed adrenal gland function, and other systemic effects. If an overdose is suspected, especially in the case of accidental ingestion, immediate medical attention should be sought. Treatment is typically symptomatic and supportive, addressing any adverse effects and preventing further complications.


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