Cream and ointment called Daktacort:
A medication for infected, inflammatory skin condition
Uses of Daktacort cream and ointment
infected eczema • ringworm • Candida skin infection
Where do you apply Daktacort cream?
The skin that has been infected by bacteria or fungi as a result of eczema, dermatitis, or athlete's foot.
Why can you only use Daktacort for 7 days?
Avoid using Daktacort for long periods of time due to its corticosteroid component.
What happens if you use too much Daktacort?
Cream is applied liberally, continuously, under bandages, to rough, fractured, or rubbing skin, or to broad expanses of skin.
Should Daktacort be kept in the fridge?
Keep this medication away from children's sight and reach. Cream should be kept in the refrigerator (2°C–8°C) in its original packaging.
Avoid using Daktacort cream
The cream or ointment on big or damaged regions of skin.
Taking Daktacort when pregnancy or nursing
It is not advised to use Daktacort cream or ointment when pregnant.