Read and abide by all instructions on the product package before using the over-the-counter remedy if you choose to self-treat. Ask your pharmacist any queries you may have. Use this medication as instructed if your doctor has prescribed it.
Cleanse and dry the afflicted area as instructed before applying to the skin. Usually two to three times a day, or as instructed, apply a thin layer of the medicine to the skin's affected area.
Before using the spray, give the canister a good shake. Spray until the affected region is soaked while holding the canister 3-5 inches (8-13 centimetres) away. Spray the medication onto your fingers and apply it to the affected region if it is on your face. Spray away from your mouth, nose, and eyes.
Before using the foam, give the canister a good shake. Apply the foam to the affected region using your hand after spraying it there.
Except as advised by your doctor, avoid using on large sections of the body, wrapping the region in waterproof bandages or plastic, or applying heat. These could make major side effects more likely.
If you aren't treating a hand area, wash your hands right after using. Do not get the product in your nose, ears, or eyes. If the medication accidentally goes in these places, immediately rinse the area with fresh water.
Your medical condition and treatment response will determine the dosage. Do not use this product in excess amounts, more frequently, or for a longer period of time than recommended. Use this medication only after seeing your doctor if the region to be treated as an infection or sore.
Seek immediate medical attention if your ailment persists or worsens, or if you suspect you may be experiencing a significant medical issue.