HOW TO USE
OPZELURA
HOW TO USE
OPZELURA

Using a topical cream

Using a topical cream

OPZELURA is not an ointment. It is a non-steroidal cream that can be applied directly to the areas of the skin where you have mild to moderate eczema. It was studied across a range of skin tones and can be used where you have eczema, even sensitive areas like the face.

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How to use OPZELURA

Apply OPZELURA directly to your eczema as directed by your healthcare provider

How much and how often to apply:

  • Apply a thin layer of OPZELURA cream twice daily to affected areas of the skin
  • Use OPZELURA on up to 20% of your body as directed by your healthcare provider
    • As a tip, 1 handprint = 1% of your body surface area
  • Use as directed by your healthcare provider if eczema symptoms return
  • Do not use more than one 60-gram tube per week
  • Stop using OPZELURA once signs and symptoms (e.g., itch, rash, and redness) of eczema have resolved. If signs and symptoms do not improve within 8 weeks, patients should be re-examined by their healthcare provider

Where to use:

  • Apply OPZELURA directly to the affected areas of the skin
  • Can be applied on any areas of the skin where you have eczema, even sensitive ones like the face. OPZELURA is for use on the skin only. Do not use in your eyes, mouth or vagina

Important information about using OPZELURA:

  • Use OPZELURA exactly as your healthcare provider tells you
  • Wash your hands after applying OPZELURA (unless your hands are being treated). If someone is applying OPZELURA for you, they should wash their hands after applying
  • Be sure to talk to your healthcare provider if you have any questions or concerns about OPZELURA, and to report any side effects