Elicon

Were you looking for information about Elocon? Elicon is a common misspelling of Elocon.
 
For adults and children with dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, or certain other skin conditions, a healthcare provider may prescribe Elocon® (mometasone furoate). This medicine comes as a cream, a lotion, or an ointment, and is typically applied to the affected areas of the skin once daily. However, the specific dosage will depend on the particular product used and the type and severity of your skin condition.
 
As a type of steroid, Elocon works by reducing inflammation and suppressing an overactive immune system. Side effects may include stinging, burning, and itching.
 
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