Coresatin Nonsteroidal Cream) is a topical skin cream, and as such, it must be applied as directed by the prescribing physician to the part of the skin that needs to be treated. Follow the directions provided by your physician. Generally speaking, adults treating psoriasis or other inflammatory skin conditions are instructed to apply it to the skin 3 to 6 times per day. Do not apply more of the cream than your physician tells you to. It is also important to note that the pediatric version of this cream should only be used to treat a child if a physician prescribes it for this purpose.
Follow your physician's instructions while using Coresatin (Pediatric Nonsteroidal Healing Cream) to get the most effective results. A small amount of cream should be applied to the affected area once or twice each day depending on symptom severity and the condition being treated. Wash your hands and the application site with soap and water before each application to remove any dirt or loose skin. Gently massage the cream into the skin leaving a thin layer to evaporate. Thoroughly wash your hands after application to prevent the medication from contacting any areas not being treated or any mucous membranes. Ask your physician any questions you have about using the medication to prevent any unexpected problems from occurring.