All Categories

  • All Categories
  • Allergy
  • Antibiotics
  • Antiseptics
  • Cardiovascular
  • Contraception
  • Dentes and mouth
  • Dermatology
  • Endocrinology
  • Eyes and vision
  • Food supplements
  • Genito-urinary system
  • Havinson's peptides
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Herbal tea
  • Herbs
  • Homoeopathy
  • Hormonal
  • Immune system
  • Joints and bones
  • Medical accessories
  • Medical cosmetology
  • Men's Health
  • Midwifery, gynaecology
  • Miscellaneous
  • Natural oils and tincture
  • Neurology
  • Oncology
  • Otolaryngology
  • Pain relief
  • Poisoning
  • Respiratory system
  • Stomach, bowels, livers
  • Vitamins

Rederm ointment 30gr

  • $16.37
  • 3 or more $16.24
  • Availability:In Stock

Rederm instruction for useYou can buy ointment Rederm on this pageCompositionThe composition of the drug includes the active components: betamethasone and salicylic acid.Additional components: paraffin liquid and petroleum jelly.F..

Tags: ointment

Rederm instruction for use

You can buy ointment Rederm on this page


The composition of the drug includes the active components: betamethasone and salicylic acid.
Additional components: paraffin liquid and petroleum jelly.

Form of issue

Rederm is produced in the form of an ointment for external use, packed in tubes of 15 and 30 g.

pharmachologic effect

Rederm ointment has antiallergic, antipruritic, keratolytic and local anti-inflammatory effect.

Pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics

This combination is for external use only. The therapeutic effect is due to its components. Betamethasone is characterized by inhibition of the release of inflammatory mediators. Also, this substance is able to prevent the accumulation of neutrophils, reduce inflammatory exudate and the production of cytokines. This reduces the migration of macrophages, causing a decrease in infiltration and granulation.
The presence of salicylic acid significantly softens the skin, eliminates horny layers and ensures a deep penetration of betamethasone into the skin layer.

Indications for use

Ointment Rederm prescribed during treatment:
    chronic and subacute forms of dermatosis, which accompany hyperkeratosis and peeling;
    dyshidrotic dermatitis;
    ichthyosis and ichthyosis lesions of the skin;
    red flat lichen;
    atopic dermatitis;
    diffuse neurodermatitis;
    simple and allergic dermatitis;
    multiforme exudative erythema;
    simple chronic lichen;
    dermatoses that can not be cured by SCS;
    dyshidrosis of the skin.


It is not recommended to take the drug when:
    the presence of open wounds;
    bacterial, viral and fungal skin diseases;
    postvaccinal skin reactions;
    perioral dermatitis;
    trophic ulcers, the development of which is characteristic of chronic venous insufficiency;
    skin tumors;
    children under 2 years.
Caution is required if the patient has pregnancy, liver failure, childhood from 2 years old, prolonged therapy with the use of occlusive dressings.

Side effects

During the application of Rederm, unwanted effects can develop in the form of: burning, irritation, dryness, hypopigmentation, skin itching, folliculitis, hypertrichosis, dermatitis and acneiform eruptions.
When using occlusive dressings, skin maceration, skin atrophy, striae, secondary infection and sweating can develop.
Long-term use can also cause skin atrophy, purple, local hirsutism, telangiectasia, hypopigmentation and hypertrichosis.
When the ointment is applied to a large surface of the skin, systemic reactions can occur in the form of: growth retardation, Itenko-Cushing syndrome, hyperglycemia, glucosuria, hypokalemia, increased blood pressure, and so on.

Rederm, instructions for use (Method and dosage)

The external agent is applied in a small amount in a thin layer on the affected areas of the skin, gently rubbing twice a day. In the treatment of more severe or, conversely, mild forms of the disease, a doctor may prescribe an individual scheme of use.
It is also possible to use occlusive dressings, which are recommended to be changed at least 24 hours.
The duration of therapy depends on its effectiveness and individual tolerability of the drug and on average is 2-4 weeks.
When the improvement does not occur for a long time, the diagnosis should be specified and the appropriate treatment selected.


When treating Rederm, cases of overdose occur rarely. Although prolonged use can develop chronic overdose with signs of hypercorticism, manifested by hyperglycemia, glucosuria, reversible inhibition of adrenal cortex functions, Cushing's syndrome.
Concomitant treatment is performed to eliminate the symptoms of an overdose. With the development of a chronic toxic effect, the drug is gradually phased out.


Drug interactions with other agents have not been established. But all the same, the possibility of combining the ointment with other drugs should be discussed with the attending physician.

special instructions

During the use of the drug, do not let it get into the eyes. Therefore, it is not recommended to apply near eyes and mucous membranes.
Do not apply this remedy on the face for a long time, as this can cause the development of dermatitis from rosacea, skin atrophy, perioral dermatitis and acne.
Ointment is well suited for the treatment of patients with a dry and fragile skin structure. With high sensitivity or the appearance of skin irritation on the background of the use of the drug, it is necessary to abandon its use and choose the appropriate therapy.

Storage conditions

Storage of the ointment is allowed at room temperature, in a place inaccessible to children.
Shelf life - 2 years.

Reviews of Rederm

Drugs of this kind are very popular in society. Therefore, reviews about Rederm in psoriasis are quite common and many of them are positive. Although there are patients who were dissatisfied with the treatment.
Often due to the use of this drug there are persistent remissions with exacerbation. Treatment helps to eliminate peeling, itching and redness. This effect is noted by many patients, informing that the cream of Rederm is an excellent remedy after application of which flakes, redness and itching quickly disappear, and this effect persists for a long time. In addition, the ointment is easy, simple and convenient to use, as it is easily applied to the skin and absorbed quickly.
However, one can also find negative reviews in which patients discuss the properties characteristic of hormonal drugs. As a rule, most hormonal agents are effective only at the initial stage of treatment, and then their effect is somewhat reduced. According to some patients, this only aggravates the therapeutic process and the course of the disease.
Also, some patients report that their skin has become cyanotic and wrinkled and has lost hair, although at first the treatment proceeded quite well. In general, many patients agree with the opinion that hormones are harmful to the body, therefore it is better to refuse all hormones.
According to experts in the field of dermatology, the use of hormonal ointments can be resorted to when the use of conventional techniques was not effective. In any case, treatment with hormonal drugs should be done only under the supervision of a doctor, with strict adherence to dosage and duration of use.

Write a review

Please login or register to review

Sign Up for Newsletters