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If you are looking for the generic alternative to Olux Foam, please see: Clobetasol Propionate – generic.
Olux Foam is manufactured by Cipla.
Olux Foam is a prescription treatment for burning and itching skin that occurs as a result of skin diseases of the scalp. Olux Foam is a medication that reduces skin inflammation and is intended for short-term use only.
Store Olux Foam in its original container according to the packaging directions. Olux Foam is a flammable substance and should be kept away from fires and open flames.
Before taking Olux Foam, let your doctor know if any of the following apply to you: you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or breastfeeding; you are taking any prescription or non prescription medications; you have allergies; you have chickenpox, shingles, measles, or tuberculosis; you have a skin infection; you have a severe type of acne; or if you are taking an oral corticosteroid.
This medication may have other effects on children and teenagers, including increased growth, and more severe side effects.
Patient Family Information : Olux Foam is a prescription medication and should be used in the exact manner that is described in your prescription. If your prescription is unclear and you do not understand the directions, contact your healthcare provider for more information. Wash your hands before using Olux Foam. Olux Foam is for external use only. Use Olux Foam sparingly, using the smallest amount to cover the affected area. When applying Olux Foam, first squirt foam into an inanimate object before applying to skin, as spraying it into your palm will cause it to melt. When you have finished applying Olux Foam, allow the affected area to absorb the foam, and wash any other areas that came into contact with the foam.
If you are allergic to any of the ingredients in this medication, do not take Olux Foam.
Sever Side Effects : Severe: Severe allergic reactions; acne-like rash; inflamed hair follicles; burning, cracking, irritation, peeling, or swelling not present before you began using Olux Foam; thinning, softening, or discoloration of the skin; inflammation around the mouth;
Common: Dryness; burning; or mild irritation.
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