Fuskin-B (Fusidic acid and Betamethasone) is a cream used in reducing external inflammation. The inflammation can be due to bacterial infections, cells growth of skin, and eczema.


Package contains:

15-gram tube of cream.


In 15 grams cream, each gram contains 20 mg (2% w/w) Fusidic acid BP and Betamethasone (Valerate) B.P 1.0 mg (0.1 % w/w) in a cream base.


The cream should be applied thinly twice a day to the affected areas of the skin only, or as prescribed by physicain.


Fusidic acid is an anti-biotic and Betamethasone is a corticosteroid (anti-inflammatory) steroid. Both these ingredients work together to stop bacterial growth and eliminate inflammation.


The cream is for external purposes only.

If it is being applied on a child’s skin, don’t apply it to large areas of skin or at sensitive areas.

Store below 25°C.

Don’t use the cream for more than a week unless your doctor tells you to.

Don’t apply to operated areas or bruises.

For further information, see the enclosed leaflet.

Fuskin-B back

Keep away from children.

Side Effects:

It can cause itching temporarily.

If applied to bruises and wounds, it can react negatively and cause pain.

Consult the doctor if the patient is hypersensitive to Fusidic acid and Betamethasone.

Manufacturing and purchasing:

Fuskin-B is manufactured by Mass Pharma.


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By: Bahaar Abdullah