In addition, our dermatologist may prescribe a topical corticosteroid (a cream or ointment applied directly to your skin) that can quickly reduce the inflammation in your treatment plan.
We offer a range of topical treatments to treat your contact dermatitis, here at The London Cosmetic Clinic. Topical corticosteroids (more commonly referred to as steroid creams which are stronger than over the counter options) are typically the first-line treatment for contact dermatitis to relieve your discomfort and help clear the rash. They can help reduce itching and irritation and work very quickly.
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