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Diflorisone Diacetate

Were you looking for information on Diflorasone Diacetate? Diflorisone diacetate is a common misspelling of diflorasone diacetate.
Healthcare providers often recommend diflorasone diacetate to treat skin conditions like eczema, poison ivy, psoriasis, and seborrhea. It comes in three different forms (cream, emollient cream, and ointment), and a thin layer is applied to the skin one to three times a day. Do not cover the area with a dressing or other bandage, and contact your healthcare provider if your symptoms persist after two weeks.
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