Candid B Lotion
Candid B Lotion is used to treat a number of skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.Candid-B Lotion should be used with caution by people having high blood pressure, a family history of diabetes, osteoporosis, a family history of glaucoma, eye cataracts, stomach or duodenal ulcers, decreased liver or kidney function, mental health problems or those taking steroids. It should not be used by children and people who are allergic to it, had tuberculosis, any type of infection or a serious liver disease.
Drug = Beclometasone + Clotrimazole
Strength = 0.025% + 1%
Manufacturer = Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd
How To Take
Candid B Lotion is for external use only. Use Candid B Lotion medicine in the dose and duration as advised by your doctor. Shake it well and apply to the area evenly.
Candid-B Dusting Powder
Blisters under the skin
Burning or tingling sensation of skin
Itchy and dry skin
Easy bruising of skin
Unusually warm skin
Lightening of skin at the area of application
Pregnancy:-Candid B Lotion is not recommended for use in pregnant women unless absolutely necessary. All the risks and benefits should be discussed with the doctor before using this medicine.
Breast-feeding:- Candid B Lotion is not recommended for use in breastfeeding women unless absolutely necessary. All the risks and benefits should be discussed with the doctor before using this medicine.
Use in Children:-Candid B Lotion is not recommended for use in patients less than 12 years of age since the safety and efficacy of use are not clinically established.
Other medicines:-Candid B Lotion may interact with many other medicines and may cause severe adverse effects. Hence, it is advised that you inform the doctor about all your current medicines including any herbs and supplements before beginning treatment with this medicine.
External Use only:-Candid B Lotion is recommended for external use only. Avoid contact with the eyes, mucous membranes, or open wounds.
Candid B Lotion is used in the treatment of various fungal skin infections such as tineacruris, tineacorporis, etc associated with symptoms of redness and itching.