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White and scaly skin, applying fluocinonide, itchy. Cure?

Hello-My husband has a white,scaly area of skin that has a tattoo (tattoo is from 10 years ago)-- he wa treating it with a presribed cream ( Fluocinonide ) which ha snot helped over aperiod of several months; the rash has been going on for about a year and itches him terrible but does not spread--it stays in localized tattoed area on side of calf . Any advice would be appreciated-thanks.
Asked On : Fri, 11 May 2012
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Hi...dear fawn..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
TATOOS....are very difficult to treat.,
Only simple cream is not sufficient to remove the tatoo.., tattoo dye...will penetrate upto the level of dermal (Subdermis)..,
So topical are impossible to remove it..,
LASER treatment is the bset choice ...,
It can be erased by doing Goldstandard...,
QX-MAX Q Switched Nd:YAG Laser...,
It is marketed by FOTONA comany..,
Good and skilled Dermatologist will do and
give desired results..ok..,
Hence conult dermatologist....thanQ .,
This advice will be sufficient for U thanQ
Answered: Fri, 8 Jun 2012
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