(also known as Vanos, Fluocinonide)
For topical therapy of corticosteroid-responsive acute and chronic skin eruptions where an anti-inflammatory, anti-allergenic and antipruritic activity in the topical management is required. more at Wikipedia
Treatment Success Rate
ointment allows me to move around a little but does not clear up the spots that are inflammed and cracked
Helps, then I build up a tolerance.
if I dont use three time a day condition rapidly returs.
Used for a short period, and it helped. I found it did "burn" a little.
Too Soon To Tell
i recently just started using this for my face they said its a strong steroid so i have to be careful because it can be dangerous but again doesnt burn when i out it on which is a plus
didn't work and burned my skin
skin became more inflamed
Worked 'til I progressed to Clobetasol
Does not help me.
It didn't help with my outbreak.
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My doctor prescribed a topical lotion--fluocinonide or something close, a steroid, which helped. A nurse suggested using an ice patch on the itchiest ... [More]
Thanks! I will have to mention the Fluocinonide to my doctor. I do have insurance. I still had a $50 copay for this little bottle of lotion though. I... [More]
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