Well, without a clinical evaluation it would be difficult to determine the cause of the rash. Possibilities that may need to be considered include infections, inflammations, allergies, insect bites, fungal infection, dermatitis, hives etc. Topical application of Betagel G would not have major side effects and would be effective against allergies and bacterial infections. I would suggest adding an ointment containing betamethasone with an anti-fungal agent. If this does not seem to help, it is advised to consult a dermatologist for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate management.
Hope this is helpful.
Thanks very much for your valuable advise. I am sorry for this late response. By the way, as I found my problem recurring even after using Betamethasone cream, I tried homoeopathic medicines which cured almost 80% of it. Unfortunately, now I feel itchiness all over my leg below the knees but not severe as before. There is no redness anywhere but feels like burning when I pour hot water. In some spots I noticed light black marks around a pale white spot and in some other spots light black marks without any white spot, which are very itchy. I am using a normal dusting powder named Aiken (available in Singapore) which healed this itchiness up to a limit. But not fully cured.
Again, many thanks for your prompt response.
Im having an acne problem on my face so can i use betagel g cream at night.is it effectve or nt????