Spectro Cr Medicated (Non Rx) Medication


Spectro Cr Medicated (Non Rx)

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Drug Description


Spectro Cr Medicated is used to treat and manage small areas of eczema and dermatitis, including atopic eczema, as well as irritant and allergic contact dermatitis. 

As a topical corticosteroid, Spectro Cr Medicated works by preventing the skin from overreacting to triggers that lead to flare-ups.  

Uses and Dosage 

Before initial use and each refill, carefully review the details provided on the packaging of Spectro Cr Medicated. Should you have any questions, seek guidance from your doctor or pharmacist. 

Spectro Cr Medicated is intended for use on intact skin only.  Avoid getting it in your eyes, as it may lead to the development of cataracts or glaucoma. 

This cream is usually applied twice daily on itchy, red, dry, and inflamed skin for a maximum of 7 days. 

For proper application: 

  1. Wash and dry your hands thoroughly. 
  2. Dispense the cream onto the top of your index finger.  
    • A single streak of cream from the top crease to the fingertip constitutes one fingertip unit, sufficient for treating an area equivalent to both sides of one hand.  
    • For smaller areas, use half a fingertip unit to cover a patch of skin the size of one palm.  
  3. Apply the cream in a thin layer and gently massage into the skin. 
  4. Wash your hands again unless they are being treated. 

Avoid applying the cream to the groin, genitals, armpits, between the toes, face, or scalp unless under medical supervision. 

Do not cover the treated skin with any dressing, gloves, or cling film, as this may lead to increased absorption of the medication and subsequent side effects. 

For the best results, stick to the fingertip unit measurement.  

Refrain from using the cream for over 7 days and limit usage to no more than ½ tubes (15g) within that time frame. 

If your condition gets better within 7 days, stop using Spectro Cr Medicated. However, if it worsens or does not improve within this timeframe, consult a doctor to re-evaluate treatment and diagnosis.  

Side Effects 

  • Local burning, irritation, itching 
  • Skin thinning and dryness 
  • Changes in skin pigmentation 
  • Increased hair growth 
  • Telangiectasia (dilated blood vessels) 
  • Stretch marks (striae) 
  • Secondary skin infections 

Consult your healthcare provider if any of the above-listed side effects occur. 

Effects of Spectro Cr Medicated in children may include delayed weight gain and slow growth. 

Allergic Reactions 

Stop using Spectro Cr Medicated and seek emergency medical attention if you experience symptoms of an allergic response such as: 

  • Skin redness 
  • Rash 
  • Itching 
  • Hives 
  • Burning sensation 

This list does not cover all side effects of Spectro Cr Medicated. Report to your healthcare provider if other side effects are observed. 


Spectro Cr Medicated should not be used by patients with the following conditions: 

  • Allergy to corticosteroids or any ingredient in the cream, including container materials 
  • Acne vulgaris 
  • Rosacea 
  • Psoriasis 
  • Pruritus without inflammation 

Spectro Cr Medicated is not recommended for treating the following: 

  • Skin lesions primarily caused by fungal or bacterial infections (such as Candidiasis or Impetigo),  
  • Viral infections (e.g., herpes simplex, vaccinia, and varicella) 
  • Syphilis-related skin infections 
  • Tuberculosis lesions, unless used with an anti-infective agent simultaneously 

Before using Spectro Cr Medicated, consult with a healthcare provider if you are taking other medications, especially those containing corticosteroids. Inform them about all medications you use, including prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, minerals, herbal supplements, or alternative remedies, to reduce the risk of potential drug interactions. 

Seek medical advice before using Spectro Cr Medicated if you are pregnant, may be pregnant, or are planning to become pregnant. 

Consult your healthcare provider before using Spectro CR Medicated while breastfeeding. If approved for use, avoid applying it to the breasts to prevent accidental ingestion by the infant. 

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