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Can I get Fucibet without a prescription?

The Online Clinic is able to prescribe Fucibet cream online after you answer a few medical questions. We issue the prescription direct to our pharmacy and the item will be delivered to the address of your choice the next day before 1.00 pm.

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What is Fucibet?

Fucibet is a cream or lipid cream applied topically to treat infected eczema. Fucibet helps to reduce skin inflammation caused by inflammatory chemicals released by the immune system in response to skin irritation and helps clear away infecting bacteria.

Fucibet contains fusidic acid, an antibiotic. Fusidic acid disrupts the inner cellular processes of bacteria, which stop them from multiplying. This inability to multiply, coupled with the immune system eventually destroying them help manage such bacterial infections.

Fucibet also contains betamethasone, a topical corticosteroid that reduces inflammation. Upon topical application, betamethasone works by inhibiting the release of the inflammatory chemicals in the cells which cause inflammation and discomfort.

The antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of Fucibet help tackle the problems encountered with infected eczema.

How to use Fucibet?

Before applying Fucibet cream, ensure that your hands and the affected areas are washed, clean and dried. For best results, apply a thin layer of Fucibet to the affected areas twice a day. We normally recommend that this cream should not be applied for longer than 2 weeks.

Who can use Fucibet?

You should not use Fucibet if you have a known sensitivity or allergy to any ingredient included in the cream. You are advised not to use Fucibet if you have a bacterial skin infection that is not secondary to the eczema, fungal or viral skin infections, acne vulgaris or rosacea. You are also advised to avoid Fucibet if you are pregnant or lactating.

Fucibet side effects

The most common side effects of Fucibet are skin irritations in the form of rash, redness, itching and burning, or an allergic inflammatory response, thinning of the skin and reduced skin pigmentation.

Reviewed by: Dr Loraine Haslam MBBS, DRCOG, DFSRH, LoC SDI, LoC IUT, MRCGP
GMC registration number: 4524038
Date: 30 August 2022
Next review: 29 August 2024
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Fucibet Reviews By Our Patients

  • Overall Rating
    Based on 4 reviews
  • ★★★★★
    Brilliant. Cleared my skin irritation in a few hours.
    A. P. - 24/10/20
  • ★★★★★
    Very successful in clearing eczema patches
    I. C. - 01/12/20
  • ★★★★☆
    I used Fucibet to treat a skin problem on my hands which I had for years. The skin got thick, hard and dry and as a consequence the skin cracked as the skin's flexibility was almost gone. Fucibet reduced that process, but did not eradicated it completely. As a gardener I use my hands a lot and having stopped cracked, bleeding skin on my hands helped enormously.
    C. G. - 26/10/20
  • ★★★★★
    A. W. - 07/02/20
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