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Treatment Information

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What is Fucibet Cream?

Fucibet contains two active ingredients, which work together to fight infected eczema. Fucibet Cream helps treat eczema when there is also a secondary bacterial infection present.

While Fucibet is only available on prescription in the UK, you can get a private prescription for Fucibet online from us. All you need to do to begin your order is complete our online medical form. One of our prescribers will review your answers to the questions and issue a prescription if suitable.

We package all items in plain packaging to ensure your privacy, and dispatch them via a fast, next-day delivery.

How does Fucibet Cream work?

Fucibet has two components; betamethasone and fusidic acid.

Betamethasone is a corticosteroid (steroid) that reduces inflammation, irritation, and itching caused by skin diseases. Fusidic acid is an antibiotic that destroys germs on the skin.

The combined action of fusidic acid and betamethasone help to treat infected eczema and dermatitis.

How long does Fucibet take to work?

You should see an improvement in your skin after only a few days of using the cream.

Inform one of our prescribers if you do not notice an improvement after 7 days of using Fucibet cream.

How do I use Fucibet Cream?

Fucibet Cream is administered directly to the afflicted region of skin.

Apply a small amount of cream onto the affected areas of skin twice a day for up to 2 weeks.

Always wash your hands thoroughly before and after applying Fucibet Cream.

To measure out the right amount of Fucibet Cream, use your index finger. The length from the tip of your index finger to the first joint is equal to 1 fingertip unit.

Further instructions on how much Fucibet Cream to use can be found within the patient information leaflet that comes with your medicine.

You should wash your hands after applying the cream, with the exception being if you used it on your hands.

Typically, the use of Fucibet Cream is for up to two weeks. Consult your doctor before taking this medication for an extended period.

Do not ingest Fucibet Cream. If you do accidentally consume Fucibet Cream, consult your doctor immediately.

Fucibet Cream should only be applied to the skin.

Do not use Fucibet Cream internally.

If you are unsure how to use Fucibet Cream, speak to your doctor or visit

What should I do if I forget to take Fucibet Cream when I should?

If you forget to apply the Fucibet Cream at the appropriate time, apply it as soon as you remember. Then continue to take this medication at the usual time.

Do not take a double dosage to make up for a missed dose.

What should I do if I applied too much Fucibet Cream?

Inform your doctor right away if you have used more Fucibet than is recommended; you may need to discontinue use of this medication. Wipe away any excess cream with a clean tissue and dispose of it carefully.

Using more Fucibet Cream than prescribed will not clear your condition faster, but may increase your risk of side effects.

What are the Side Effects of Fucibet Cream?

Before you begin using Fucibet Cream, you must read the patient information leaflet enclosed with your medicine.

You can read the patient information leaflet for Fucibet Cream online.

If you have any concerns about anything you read in the patient information leaflet, discuss them with your doctor or a pharmacist.

Who should not use Fucibet Cream?

Fucibet Cream is not suitable for everyone. If you are unsure whether Fucibet Cream is suitable for you, speak to one of our online doctors.

If you are allergic to fusidic acid, betamethasone valerate, or any of this medicine's other ingredients, you should not use Fucibet Cream.

Fucibet should not be used on open wounds or sensitive areas such as the nostrils, ears, lips, or genitals unless directed by a doctor. Fucibet should not be used on thin skin, skin ulcers, broken veins, or acne unless prescribed by a doctor.

Fucibet Side effects

All medicines carry the risk of side effects, though not everybody experiences them.

Uncommon side effects include:

  • Burning sensation
  • Dry skin
  • Itching
  • Pain and irritation at the site of application
  • Worsening of symptoms
  • Localized itchy rash at the site of application

This is not an exhaustive list of side effects. Further information regarding the safety of Fucibet Cream, including a full list of side effects, can be found within the patient information leaflet enclosed with your medicine.

If you experience any side effects to Fucibet Cream, regardless of whether they are listed above or in the patient information leaflet, speak to your online doctor or visit a local pharmacy.

Allergic Reactions and Precautions with Fucibet Cream

Fucibet Allergies

Do not use Fucibet Cream if you are allergic to:

  • fusidic acid,
  • betamethasone valerate,
  • or any of the other ingredients listed in the patient information leaflet.

If you experience an allergic reaction after using Fucibet Cream:

  • stop using the cream immediately
  • speak to your doctor straight away.

For severe allergic reactions:

  • go directly to your nearest accident and emergency department.
  • remember to take the packaging and any remaining medicine with you, so that doctors treating you know exactly what you took.

Signs of an allergic reaction may include:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Severe rash on the skin
  • Swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat

Fucibet during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

Do not use Fucibet Cream if you are pregnant. Speak to your online doctor for further information.

If you become pregnant while using Fucibet Cream, inform your doctor straight away.

Other safety information

Warning: Fucibet cream contains liquid paraffin, which is highly flammable. Frequently wash clothing and bedding that comes into contact with Fucibet cream. Do not smoke or go near naked flames when using the cream.

Inform our online prescribers of all other medicines you are currently using, including those prescribed by your doctor or bought over the counter, as well as health and herbal supplements.

Always store medicines out of sight and reach from children and pets.

Never share your Fucibet Cream with anybody else, even if they are experiencing the same symptoms or have been diagnosed with the same condition as you.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Fucibet Cream

Can I drink alcohol while using Fucibet Cream?

You may drink alcohol while using Fucibet Cream. Avoid drinking more than 14 units of alcohol per week.

Will Fucibet Cream impact my ability to drive or operate machinery?

Fucibet Cream should not impair your ability to drive or operate machinery.

Can I use Fucibet Cream alongside other topical treatments?

Fucibet is widely tolerated and does not interact with most drugs. However, it should not be used in conjunction with any of the following medications: Any additional fusidic acid-containing creams; Any other steroid medications include betamethasone, hydrocortisone, and clobetasone.

Can I use Fucibet Cream on my face?

Do not use Fucibet Cream on your face unless your doctor has told you that it is safe to do so. Fucibet should not be applied to the nostrils, ears, lips, or other areas of sensitive skin.

Is Fucibet Cream available over the counter?

Fucibet is only available on prescription and cannot be bought over the counter in the UK. You will need a prescription from a doctor. One of our online doctors can issue a prescription for Fucibet cream following an online consultation.

Where To Buy Fucibet Cream

You can buy Fucibet Cream online via a trusted online pharmacy or from a high street pharmacy. You will need a prescription from your doctor to do so.

Can I use Fucibet Cream for fungal, viral, or bacterial skin conditions?

No, Fucibet Cream should not be used for fungal, viral, or bacterial skin conditions that are not also inflamed.

Where can I find more information about Fucibet Cream?

You can consult the patient information leaflet provided with the medicine or speak to a healthcare professional for more detailed information about Fucibet Cream.

Should long-term continuous topical therapy with Fucibet be avoided?

Yes, long-term continuous topical therapy with Fucibet should be avoided.

Should Fucibet be used with care near the eyes?

Yes, due to the content of corticosteroid, Fucibet should be used with care near the eyes.


Leo Laboratories, 2019. Fucibet Cream: Summary of Product Characteristics.

NHS, 2018. Fusidic acid.

Treatment information

  • Product Name: Fucibet
  • Manufacturer: Leo Laboratories Ltd
  • Active Ingredient(s): Fusidic acid and betamethasone
  • Administration: Topical
  • Presentation: Cream
  • Available Strength: 2% (fusidic acid), 0.1% (betamethasone)
  • Exemption: Prescription-Only Medicine
  • Dosage: Apply twice a day for up to 2 weeks
  • Description: Fucibet is a antibiotic cream used to treat infected eczema
  • Drug Class: Antibiotic/corticosteroid
  • Alcohol Consumption: No influence
  • When Pregnant: Do not use Fucibet Cream if you are pregnant or think you might be pregnant.
  • When Breastfeeding: Speak to your doctor before using Fucibet if you are breastfeeding.
  • Price: 14.99 GBP
Click here to view the Fucibet - Patient Information Leaflet

Authored & Reviewed By

Adil Bhaloda

Adil Bhaloda

Adil provides governance for the online services, overseeing prescription dispensation in line with UK pharmacy standards.

Published on: 17/12/2021 Reviewed on: 13/03/2024

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