Betamethasone with Neomycin Cream

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Betamethasone cream is a topical treatment that effectively treats inflamed skin. With the help of an active ingredient referred to as betamethasone, the ointment reduces symptoms such as itching, redness and inflammation related to common skin conditions like:

  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Dermatitis
Betamethasone cream is a generic version of Betnovate and all of them comprise of the same active ingredient.

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How Does Betamethasone with Neomycin Cream Work?

Betamethasone with Neomycin cream contains betamethasone, which is a corticosteroid, and neomycin, which is an antibiotic. The corticosteroid helps to reduce inflammation, while the antibiotic helps to fight bacteria. Notably, when the body releases inflammatory chemicals in response to an irritant or allergen, the skin becomes inflamed. These compounds cause blood vessels to expand, resulting in swelling and itching and discomfort of the surrounding skin. Corticosteroids block the production of these molecules by inhibiting cells from releasing excessive quantities of them. Neomycin is an antibacterial drug. It inhibits the growth of germs by preventing them from producing the proteins they require to live. Because certain inflammatory skin diseases have a high chance of becoming infected, this component may become crucial for successful treatment.

What Does Betamethasone with Neomycin Cream treat?

  • Skin rashes
  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Insect bites
  • Acne
  • Skin inflammation


  • You must not dress the area under treatment with a bandage or clothing unless instructed by your doctor.
  • Inform your doctor of any underlying allergic or medical conditions
  • Inform your doctor of any prescription medication you may be taking.
  • Inform your doctor of your pregnancy and breastfeeding status
  • Do not use Betamethasone after its expiry date
  • Do not use Betamethasone near a flame, heat or when smoking
  • Betamethasone is only meant for external use, therefore, you must observe caution so that it is not accidentally ingested, placed in the eyes, injured, wounded or sensitive skins.


  • You must follow the directions given by your doctor when using Betamethasone.
  • If you are self-medicating, you must read and follow the instructions provided on the prescription label.
  • Wash your hands and dry them thoroughly before and after using Betamethasone.
  • Apply a thin layer of the medication evenly to the affected area, spread it and rub gently.
  • Keep rubbing until the medication clears. You must not rinse it off immediately for optimum results.


  • The active ingredients in betamethasone and neomycin cream are Betamethasone and neomycin sulphate.
  • The inactive ingredients are cetostearyl alcohol, Cetomacrogol, sodium hydroxide, chlorocresol, sodium acid phosphate, phosphoric acid, white soft paraffin, purified water.

Side Effects

  • Allergic reactions
  • Rashes
  • Bumps
  • Skin irritation