Corticosteroid creams or ointments for vitiligo

I just made a new friend and she recently completed chemotherapy for breast cancer. I make home made soaps and I am planning on making an Olive Oil soap for her since I am told it is the most gentle. No fragrance obviously. I would also like to make her a body butter to help combat her dry skin. Obviously I won't be using fragrance in that either and only the highest quality butters and oils. Is there anything I should know that will make sure this product will be safe for her and not an irritant? I plan to use Coco, Mango, Kokum and Shea butters, Coconut Oil, Jojoba Oil and Vitamin E. Should any of those be avoided for her particular situation? Thank you in advance.

Allergic sensitivity to a topical corticosteroid is usually only picked up when an eczematous dermatitis being treated by a topical corticosteroid fails to respond to treatment or worsens. In cases of persistent or exacerbating dermatitis treated with corticosteroid preparations, corticosteroid sensitivity should be considered. However, it may also be due to irritation from or allergy to other components of the preparation such as preservatives . Lanolin , ethylenediamine , quaternium-15 and the antibacterial agent neomycin , are all known to be potent sensitisers.

Corticosteroid creams or ointments for vitiligo

corticosteroid creams or ointments for vitiligo

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