Fucibet Cream

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Fucibet Cream

Fastest delivery:
Wednesday, 17 Jul 2024
  • Medication features

    Fucibet treats infected eczema and other bacterial skin infections. It's a good option if normal eczema treatments aren't working due to infection.

    • Fast acting dual-action formula
    • Combined action of the antibiotic and corticosteroid
    • Antiseptic and anti-inflammatory
    • Treats broken and infected skin
    • Ideal for short term Use
    • Containins fusidic acid and betamethasone

    Registered UK Pharmacy Number: 1039428

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What is Fucibet® Cream?

Fucibet Cream Highlights..

  • Combination drug: It contains two active ingredients with distinct functions.
  • Topical application: It's a cream for external use on the skin.
  • Target conditions: It treats specific skin issues, including inflammation, eczema, and dermatitis.
  • It addresses bacterial infection alongside these conditions.

Fucibet Cream: a prescription medication combining an antibiotic and a corticosteroid to treat eczema-related skin conditions with suspected bacterial infection.

Fucibet can help with:

  • Itchy eczema: When redness and bacteria team up to make your skin mad.
  • Impetigo: A contagious red blotch caused by sneaky bacteria.
  • Hair bumps: When bacteria attack your hair follicles, causing tiny red bumps.
  • Beard trouble: When your beard gets red and bumpy from bacteria.

How does Fucibet work?

Fucibet contains two different types of medicine that work at the same time in different ways.

  • A corticosteroid (betamethasone valerate): to reduce redness, swelling, and itching.
  • An antibiotic (fucidic acid): works by killing germs (bacteria) that cause infections.

How long does Fucibet take to work?

Fucibet cream is a fast-acting treatment that typically starts showing improvement within a couple of days. Many users report seeing significant relief from symptoms and flare-ups within that timeframe.

It should not be used for longer than two weeks without consulting your doctor, as prolonged use can increase the risk of bacterial resistance.

How to use Fucibet:

  • ✅ Wash your hands thoroughly
  • ✅ Check the seal and open the tube using the cap spike
  • Gently rub a thin layer of cream onto the affected area (about the size of cream from your fingertip to the first crease)
  • ✅ Wait 30 minutes before applying other creams or moisturizers
  • ✅ Wash your hands again unless you're treating your hands
  • ✅ Do not use Fucibet for more than two weeks without consulting your doctor
  • ✅ Discard the tube and its contents after 3 months at any pharmacy for responsible disposal

Remember, Fucibet is a prescription medication for external use only. Never share it with others.

Fucibet is generally safe for most adults with no underlying medical conditions. However, it's important to remember:

❌ Don't use Fucibet if:

  • You're allergic to its ingredients (check the leaflet)
  • You have a fungal skin infection (like athlete's foot)
  • You have a viral skin infection (like cold sores or chickenpox)
  • You only have a bacterial skin infection (like boils or spots)
  • You have TB or syphilis
  • You have red, spotty rash around your mouth or chin (perioral dermatitis)
  • You have redness and inflammation over your nose and cheeks (rosacea)

Fucibet Cream Alternatives

If your eczema or skin infection is mild:

  • Fucidin H: Similar to Fucibet, it contains fusidic acid (fights germs) and a different steroid (reduces redness and itching).
  • Fucidin cream: Just has fusidic acid (fights germs) without steroids.

For more severe infections:

  • Oral antibiotics: These are stronger medicines taken by mouth. For eczema without infection (e.g., psoriasis):
  • Steroid creams: These come in different strengths (Betnovate, Eumovate, Dermovate). Use a thin layer as directed by your doctor.


Fucibet cream is a prescription medication effectively used to treat eczema and other skin conditions. While many people experience positive results with minimal side effects.

If you're struggling with eczema or another skin condition, it's crucial to consult your doctor first. They can diagnose your condition accurately and determine if Fucibet is the right treatment for you.

If you wnat to Buy Fucibet Cream, UK-Registered Ashcroft Pharmacy offers convenient online ordering services for you to purchase your medication. Low Price, Fast Delivery UK.


NameMr Suhail Jamil
RoleSuperintendent Pharmacist
GPhc Number2069518


Fucibet Cream Patient Leaflet







  • Can Fucibet be used on the face?

    Fucibet is a strong medicine, but the skin on your face is extra sensitive. Using it there can be risky.

    • Never use Fucibet on your face without talking to your doctor first
    • Even with your doctor's approval, be careful and avoid your eyes, lips, and nostrils
    • For face infections, there are other options like Fucidin H creamis considered more appropriate.
  • Who can use Fucibet?

    Fucibet is generally safe for most adults with no underlying medical conditions. However, it's important to remember:

    • Fucibet is generally not prescribed for children under 5 years old, as the ingredients are very strong.

    Consulting a doctor is crucial before using Fucibet, especially if you are under 18, pregnant, breastfeeding, or have any medical conditions.

  • Can i use Fucibet with other medications?

    Always consult your doctor before using Fucibet, especially if you are taking other medications. Fucibet is generally well-tolerated, but it's important to avoid using it withother creams containing fusidic acid, other topical steroids like betamethasone, hydrocortisone, or clobetasone, cholestyramine, or during BCG vaccination.

    Although Fucibet is generally well-tolerated, it's vital to tell your doctor about all medications you're taking before using it. This includes prescription and over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and herbal supplements.

    If you experience any side effects while using Fucibet with another medication, seek immediate medical attention.

  • For which skin conditions is Fucibet not recommended?

    Fucibet is not suitable for:

    • Fungal infections
    • Viral infections
    • Rosacea
    • Perioral dermatitis
    • Tuberculosis
    • Syphilis
  • Can Fucibet be used for fungal infections?

    No, Fucibet is not suitable for fungal infections. It is specifically formulated to treat bacterial infections of the skin.

    Using Fucibet for fungal infections could be ineffective and even harmful:

    • It won't kill the fungus, allowing the infection to worsen.
    • The corticosteroid in Fucibet might even promote the growth of certain fungi.

Side Effects

Most people don't experience any side effects from Fucibet cream. But everyone reacts differently to medication, so here are some mild effects that can happen for some users:

  • Dry skin
  • Redness
  • Irritation
  • Rash
  • Itchiness
  • Swelling
  • More hair growth (hypertrichosis)
  • Bumpy skin

Although uncommon, it's important to be aware of these possibilities. If you experience anything that bothers you, stop using Fucibet and talk to your doctor.


Once your order has been approved by our UK medical team it will be dispatched via Royal mail. All orders are sent using a tracked and signed for service.

Royal Mail 48 (2-5 days) | £3.49

Estimated delivery within 2-3 working days. Excludes bank holidays. Not a guaranteed service.

Free delivery on orders over £50.

Royal Mail 24 (Next working day) | £4.99

Estimated delivery within 1 working day. Excludes bank holidays. Not a guaranteed service.

Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed by 1pm | £9.95

Order by the 2:00 PM weekday cut-off time for guaranteed delivery by 1:00 PM the next business day.

Orders placed after the cut-off on Friday will be delivered on Tuesday.

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