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|Eumovate and Eumocream are two similar creams, with one key difference.
Use Eumovate cream for the short-term treatment and control of patches of eczema and dermatitis including atopic and primary irritant and allergic dermatitis. Eumovate (15g) is a steroid cream and should thus not be used in the long term. For long-term treatment, you should use the Eumocream, which has a similar consistency to Eumovate but without the steroid ingredient.
Eumovate is a steroid cream for short-term treatment and control of patches of eczema and dermatitis.
As Eumovate should only be used for short-term flare-ups of eczema and dermatitis. For day-to-day long-term use, you should use Eumocream 100g (below). You can use both, and swap between the two as appropriate.