Calcipotriol is a form of Vitamin D, which was approved for medical use in 1991. It is also sometimes termed as Calcipotriene, which is a white crystalline compound. It is prescribed in the case of psoriasis. Also, it can be used for Alopecia Areata (spot baldness). The product is used as ointments, and it is available in the 50 mcg/gram.
The product does possess side effects. Generally, you may feel burning, itchiness, and irritation. Some other common effects are
Worsening of psoriasis
Apply the ointment on your skin with clean hands. Try avoiding contact with eyes, nose, mouth, and face. Do not apply more than prescribed, as it may cause an increase in the side effects. If missed the dosage, make sure to apply it next time. No drug interactions are known, so it is safe to use.