* Atopic Dermatitis
* Eczema contact
* Other: psoriasis; lichen planus; lichen sclerosus; dyshidrose; palmoplantar pustulosis; prurigo; varicose eczema;lupus erythematosus; prevention of keloids.
* Short-term: insect bites, superficial burns, sunburn, seborrheic dermatitis.
* The only formal CI are infectious derma-toses and especially herpes virus
* In juvenile and rosacea, there is a risk of worsening and corticodé-pendence.
* Diaper rash (risk of onset of infantile gluteal granuloma)
3- Side Effects:
* Burning sensation, itching, irritation or dryness
* Skin atrophy: telangiectasia, stretch marks, purpura, stellate scar …
* Slow healing
* Hypertrichosis, acne, perioral dermatitis
* Infantile gluteal granuloma
* Cataract, Glaucoma (application on the eyelids); contact dermatitis
* Dependence; rebound
* Braking axis-pituitary-adrenal hypothalmo (depigmentation …)
* Cushingoid syndrome; iatrogenic hypercortisolism (systemic)
* Failure to thrive; HIC benign in children
NB: Ointments are indicated in the dry and hyperkeratotic lesions; creams are used in all types of lesions (especially oozing lesions); lotions are for-raiding areas.