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Luxiq is a steroidal anti-inflammatory cream medication primarily prescribed for treatment of eczema or psoriasis. It can also used to treat seborrhea of the scalp, and it is easily applied as a topical cream or foam dispensed and rubbed onto affected areas of the skin. It's effective for reduction of swelling, itching, and redness of the skin and offers fast and effective relief for users. Luxiq is in the class of medium-strength corticosteroid medications and individuals with a prescription for it can buy Luxiq foam at most pharmacies.
The common protocol is for Luxiq foam to be applied twice daily, one time in the morning and then one more time again in the evening. Apply by turning the container upside down and dispensing a small quantity onto a clean and cool surface – examples being a plate or board that is easily cleaned. The cool surface is important and the reason you shouldn’t dispense this into your hands is because warmth will cause the foam to melt before you’re able to apply it effectively.
Now scoop up the foam with your fingers and rub it onto the affected area of your scalp, or elsewhere as needed on your body. Continue until it has been fully absorbed. Repeat again in the evening, and continue with this each day until significant relief from eczema, psoriasis, or seborrhea is seen.
The active ingredient in Luxiq is Betamethasone Valerate.
Consult with your doctor before getting a prescription for Luxiq if you have a history of high blood pressure or a weak immune system. Do not apply Luxiq if you have a scalp infection. Be aware as well that Luxiq may slow a child's growth if the medication is used for an extended period of time. This can be a part of your discussion with your doctor during that initial consultation.
The possibility of interactions exists when using Luxiq cream along with another corticosteroid medication at the same time. In any instance, be certain to advise your doctor of the medications you are currently taking. Common ones posing potential interaction risks are clobetasol or prednisone.
It is possible to buy Luxiq foam here, and side effects related to using Luxiq are uncommon. However, some people may experience mild burning, stinging, of itching at the site of application. If these side effects are seen then you should discontinue use and discuss other eczema, psoriasis, or seborrhea treatments with your doctor.