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Stuart Millar Updated by Stuart Millar

Dr. Steve Harlan, MD is a board-certified, practicing dermatologist.

Dr. Harlan is not your dermatologist.

The information provided in this knowledgebase represent typical examples of how Dr. Harlan instructs his dermatology patients.

Nothing in this knowledgebase may be construed as medical advice from Dr. Harlan.

All persons planning to use SmartLotion® for the treatment of itch associated with any chronic or recurring condition should see a board-certified dermatologist for proper diagnosis and supervision.

FDA guidance on hydrocortisone preparations says the purpose is anti-itch associated with skin conditions like dermatitis, eczema and psoriasis and it should not be used after 7 days without direction/ supervision of a physician, and it is not officially cleared in children under two.

If you have an adverse reaction to SmartLotion® or to any of the instructions Dr. Harlan recommends to his patients, you must stop the use of SmartLotion® immediately and consult your dermatologist or trusted medical professional.

The statements and information provided in this knowledgebase have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to prevent, treat or cure any disease or illness.

The following are examples of how Dr. Harlan's patients use SmartLotion®, a safer version of hydrocortisone (0.75%) designed with prebiotic properties in order to help with the following conditions.

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