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Formulations may be administered through a delivery system, such as a pump spray or an applicator bottle.
This quick guide can help you understand why your dermatologist may prescribe a certain formulation for you. This content is intended for informational purposes only and should not be used to replace a discussion with your healthcare professional.
What: Thick and greasy in nature, mostly made of petroleum jelly
Available in: Jar or tube
What: A semi-solid emulsion that is non-greasy to mildly greasy in nature
Available in: Jar, tube, or pump
What: A pourable, non-greasy emulsion frequently containing a water-based vehicle
Available in: Squeeze bottle or pump
What: Active ingredient in water or water mixed with alcohol or spray
Available in: Bottle or spray
What: A mixture of oil and water
Available in: Pump spray bottle
What: A liquid formulation pressurized by a propellant.
Available in: Applicator bottle or aerosol spray can
Sernivo may have been prescribed if you are affected by mild-to-moderate plaque psoriasis on widespread areas of your body or if you have tough, scaly patches on your elbows or knees. Also, Sernivo features a novel, easily spreadable oil-in-water emulsion.
Step 1: Shake the bottle
Remove the cap from the pump top.
Step 2: Push the pump
Hold the bottle upright. Point the opening of the pump top toward the affected area. To spray, push down on the pump top. NOTE: At first use, you may need to press the pump once or twice before Sernivo can be sprayed.
Step 3: Rub into skin
Spray only enough Sernivo to cover the affected area. Rub in gently. Replace the cap.
The active ingredient is betamethasone dipropionate.
Store Sernivo at room temperature between 68°F and 77°F (20°C-25°C). Throw away (discard) any unused Sernivo after 28 days. Keep Sernivo and all medicines out of the reach of children.
Yes. A savings program is available for eligible patients. See copay savings card for eligibility requirements.