There is no absolute contraindication to use Daivobet on the face except that the facial skin is naturally thin. Also remember that it should be used for the period of time that the doctor prescribes and not longer, because it contains betamethasone, which is a kind of cortisone, to avoid local side effects such as blanching of the skin at the area of use.
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