Haloderm Dermatological Cream is a topical corticosteroid that is used to lighten the skin, remove moles and skin tags, redness, rashes, swelling and reduces inflammation on the body.
It is manufactured by a company in Switzerland. Haloderm contains clobetasol propionate as its active ingredient and is packed in a 30grams. It is used to reduce irritation and allergic reaction.
This cream is used for the treatment of allergic disorders and other skin discomfort. Haloderm dermatological cream is active against eczema, prurigo, tispsoriasis and also acute dermatitis.
It stimulates the cutaneous system by bringing the skin to its normal physiological state. It also provides relief from skin itching, redness, rashes, inflammation, swelling and any skin discomfort.
Haloderm tube cream can be mixed with other creams or body lotion to boost its effect or to alleviate any irritation or side effects that may occur while using any skincare products at all.
It moisturises, protect and preserve your skin elasticity without leaving any greasy film. It provides extra protection from bacteria and other microbes which cause skin infection.
I highly recommend haloderm dermatological cream to anyone who wants to get rid of moles, skin tags, allergic reactions, redness, swelling, blackheads, discoloration or skin discomfort.
Haloderm Cream Ingredients:
Clobetasol Propionate, Propylene Glycol, Carboxypolymethylene, Titanium Dioxide, Sodium Hydroxide and Purified Water.
Haloderm Cream Side Effects:
It doesn’t have any side effects.
Haloderm Cream Uses:
1: It is used to lighten skin
2: It is used to clear rashes
3: It is used to remove moles
4: It is used to remove skin tags
5: It is used to reduce inflammation
Is Haloderm a Bleaching Cream?
No, it is not a bleaching cream.
How Good Is Haloderm Cream:
It is a really good cream that will get rid of your skin problems and evens out your complexion.
How To Use Haloderm Cream:
Take some of the cream and gently massage it into your skin until it is completely absorbed.
Haloderm Cream Price In Nigeria:
It cost N500 in markets and cosmetics shops.