Tips To Eliminate Dependence On Corticosteroid Ointments?
how to remove corticosteroid ointment from the face?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Corticosteroids are a class of drugs that contain steroid hormones. This hormone is useful for recording inflammation and suppressing the work of the immune system that is excessive and causes various symptoms such as itching, rashes, swelling, redness and so forth. This medicine is a prescription drug and you should not use it without doctor's advice.
Regarding your question, there is actually something that needs to be ascertained about what you really mean. Ointment, regardless of its contents, its use is not by way of being installed, so it is not removed. Whatever the ointment is, it is applied to certain parts of the body, and later it will disappear by itself because it is absorbed and a small portion of it evaporates, or is lost due to being splashed with water either intentionally or not, for example when bathing or washing hands.
So the ointment is not something that is used and must be removed, because it is indeed not possible to remove it because the ointment paste itself cannot be held, just like when you try to take toothpaste paste that falls on the floor or sink.
If you want to remove it, the method is to use running water and soap, which in your case is face soap, then wash it thoroughly, then wipe your face with a towel. But if this is not what you mean, we apologize in advance and please make new questions with clearer information or consult the doctor who gave the drug directly to avoid further misunderstanding. So, hopefully answering your question.