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Fucibet Cream

Fucibet Cream

Order before 3pm for delivery from Fri. 30 Jul and Mon. 02 Aug.

Where to buy Fucibet cream

As a prescription-only medicine, you cannot simply buy Fucibet cream over the counter. Fucibet cream is prescribed to patients in the UK who are suffering from eczema or other infected and inflammatory skin conditions, to provide relief and prevent the condition from getting worse.

You can buy treatment such as Fucibet cream online, after completing a quick, free online consultation with one of our medical team and you can choose to have it delivered to you as soon as the very next day. While there is no one-cure for irritating skin problems like dermatitis, our trained GPs and pharmacists will ensure you get the appropriate medication when you need it most.

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Fucibet Cream - Important Information

  • Age: 18

    Maximum per order: 2

  • Pregnancy: Not suitable

    Breastfeeding: Not suitable

How Fucibet cream works

Fucibet cream is an eczema treatment that is used when both inflammation and infection are present. It contains two active ingredients: fusidic acid and betamethasone. Fucibet works by using a dual mode of action; fusidic acid fights the infection whilst betamethasone relieves the inflammation and is applied topically. With its dual mechanism of action, Fucibet cream can also be used for other inflammatory skin conditions where an infection is also present.

The ingredient fusidic acid is an antibiotic medicine. It is used to treat bacterial infections. It does this by stopping the production of new proteins within the bacteria. These proteins are essential to the bacteria, allowing them to multiply. Without these proteins, the infection is unable to increase or spread.

Fusidic acid doesn’t actively kill the bacteria itself. Once their ability to multiply has been halted, they will eventually die off or be killed by the body’s natural immune response. When eczema or dermatitis has become infected, creams with fusidic acid often provide effective treatment.

The other active ingredient, betamethasone, belongs to a group of medicines called topical corticosteroids. These are effective treatments for reducing the skin inflammation associated with eczema or dermatitis. Our body’s immune system can sometimes release chemicals and substances that can irritate the skin, causing the blood vessels to dilate (widen). This widening can result in the affected area(s) becoming red, painful, itchy or swollen.

Betamethasone works by penetrating inside the skin cells, reducing the release of these inflammatory-causing substances. This will, in turn, decreases the associated redness, swelling and itching – relieving the discomfort.

Fucibet cream is primarily used to treat eczema and dermatitis where a bacterial infection is present. The two active ingredients work well together for treating this form of eczema. The fusidic acid actively treats the infection, while the strong corticosteroid action of the betamethasone effectively reduces the associated inflammation and swelling. An experienced GP or pharmacist, such as the ones who work at The Independent Pharmacy, will be able to advise whether Fucibet cream is the right treatment for you.

Fucibet cream is manufactured by Leo Laboratories Limited and is classified as a prescription-only-medicine (POM).

You can read more about Fucibet cream and its uses here.


How to use Fucibet cream

Fucibet cream should not be used on areas of the skin that are infected by anything other than dermatitis. This includes impetigo, thrush, nappy rash, rosacea, or viral infections, such as herpes (cold sores/genital herpes).

When skin is affected by eczema or dermatitis, it becomes much more vulnerable to infection. These infections are most often caused by staphylococcus bacteria. Symptoms of infected eczema include skin that weep pus or looks golden and crusty. Eczema usually occurs in patches on the face, back of the knees, wrists, hands and feet, but can also appear on the eyelids, neck, nipples, scalp, and even lips. If left untreated, it is likely to spread and get worse.

You can take steps to prevent infection by treating any eczema as quickly as possible. Keep the skin moisturised with emollients, and use steroid creams to manage flare-ups. Avoid any irritants, and try to resist itching the affected area. Scratching may cause the dry skin to split, leaving the body open to infection.

Psoriasis is another condition that results in dry, scaly skin. It most often occurs on the hands, feet, elbows, knees and scalp. It is thought to occur when the immune system targets healthy skin cells. Psoriasis can flare up due to stress, injury, a reaction to some medicines, hormonal changes, smoking or excessive drinking. Areas of skin affected by psoriasis are vulnerable to infection, as is the case with eczema. If an infection is present, you will likely be prescribed a combination treatment such as Fucibet.


The difference between Fucibet and Fucidin H

Fucidin H Cream is fairly similar to Fucibet Cream, however, the steroid used in Fucibet Cream (betamethasone) is much more powerful. Fucidin H Cream contains fusidic acid and is sometimes used in instances where the skin has become infected.

You can also buy Fucidin H Cream from The Independent Pharmacy following a short online consultation.


Fucibet cream for boils, burns and cysts

Fucibet cream should only be used to treat infected skin conditions caused by bacteria. It should NOT used to treat spots, boils, cysts, impetigo, fungal infections like athlete’s foot, or viral infections like cold sores. Primarily, its use is to relieve conditions like infected outbreaks of eczema or dermatitis (not perioral), and germ infections.

Fucibet (being a topical antibiotic and corticosteroid combination) is not usually recommended for wounds and burns unless they have become infected.


Fucibet cream during pregnancy

Fucibet shouldn’t be used during pregnancy unless absolutely necessary - it would need to be prescribed by your GP. As for breastfeeding, the effects are thought to be negligible – since the fusidic acid and betamethasone are only topically applied to a limited area of skin.

Non-prescription alternatives for eczema can include:

  • Moisturisers and emollients
  • Bath and shower gels
  • Cotton gloves (to keep from scratching)
  • Antihistamine tablets (to ease the itching)

Fucibet Patient Information Leaflet: https://www.medicines.org.uk/emc/product/983/pil

*Prescription medicines are supplied subject to a medical consultation at the discretion of a doctor.

Fucibet cream directions

Adults should apply Fucibet to the affected areas twice daily. For use in children or those under the age of 18 years, we recommend they see a doctor.

Fucibet cream is for external use on the skin only. When you first remove the cap, check that the seal is intact. Open the tube using the spike on the cap. You should rub a thin layer gently onto the affected skin.

The unit of measurement for creams and ointments applied to the body is the Finger Tip Unit (FTU). One FTU is the amount of cream from the edge of the nail to the first crease of the finger. A good indication to go on for how much cream you will need is if the size of the affected area is equal to about 2 adult hands this will require 1 FTU.

Wash your hands thoroughly before using this medicine, and unless you are using the cream to treat your hands, wash after application as well.

Fucibet cream normally starts to produce an improvement in symptoms within a couple of days. Fucibet cream can be used for up to two weeks, however, if no improvement is seen after seven days you should discontinue use and see your doctor. Using the cream for longer than 2 weeks increases the chance that bacteria will become resistant to it and it will be ineffective in the future.

Leave Fucibet cream to soak in for 30 minutes before applying other moisturisers or creams to ensure it is fully absorbed and not diluted.

The tube and its contents should be discarded after 3 months of opening. Do not throw medicines away in the household rubbish. They should be taken to any pharmacy free of charge where they will be disposed of responsibly.

Fucibet side effects

Not everyone will experience side effects when they use Fucibet cream, however, if you do they can include:

  • Rash, itchy or inflamed skin at the site of application
  • Excessive hair growth, also known as ‘hypertrichosis’
  • Inflamed hair follicles, or ‘folliculitis’

If you are concerned about these effects, or if the product affects you in any other way, stop using it and talk to your doctor or pharmacist.

You can read more about Fucibet cream side effects here.

Fucibet ingredients

The active ingredients contained in Fucibet are:

Fusidic acid, betamethasone valerate

Fucibet also contains the following inactive ingredients to make up the complete product:

Macrogol cetostearyl ether, cetostearyl alcohol, chlorocresol, liquid paraffin, sodium dihydrogen phosphate, white soft paraffin, all-rac-a-tocopherols, purified water, sodium hydroxide

Fucibet cream warnings

Reading the following warnings carefully will help to ensure you are selecting an appropriate product.

This medicine is unsuitable for you if you are allergic to any of the cream’s ingredients.

Fucibet cream should not be used on any of the following conditions or diseases:

  • Acne
  • Perioral dermatitis (a rash around the mouth)
  • Viral infections (e.g. cold sores, herpes, chicken pox)
  • Bacterial infections which are unrelated to dermatitis
  • Fungal infections (e.g. thrush, athlete’s foot)
  • Rosacea (a flushing of the skin around the nose)
  • Perioral dermatitis (a rash around the mouth/chin)
  • Conditions caused by syphilis or tuberculosis

Fucibet cream can be used for up to two weeks, however, if no improvement is seen after seven days you should discontinue use and see your doctor. Using the cream for longer than 2 weeks increases the chance that bacteria will become resistant to it and it will be ineffective in the future.

Take care when using Fucibet over large areas or anywhere on the face, especially near the eyes.

Please read all packaging and the Patient Information Leaflet before taking any new medicine and inform your doctor of medicines you are taking or intend to take.

Delivery & Shipping Information

Please note that due to the current situation with COVID-19, Royal Mail are experiencing some delays. This may mean that your order takes longer to arrive than you would normally expect. We are working hard to ensure that, where possible, all orders placed before 15:00 are still dispatched the same working day.


UK Orders

We offer FREE standard tracked delivery on orders over £40.

The following delivery options are available:

  • Standard Tracked Delivery - 2 - 3 day delivery - £2.95
  • Express Tracked Delivery - 1 - 2 day delivery - £4.45
  • DPD Next Day - 1 - 2 working days - £6.95
  • Special Delivery (Guaranteed before 21:00) - £8.95
  • Saturday Guaranteed before 21:00 - £10.45

Important Delivery Information

All our orders are sent out using Royal Mail (unless stated). We always aim to dispatch all Royal Mail & DPD orders received before 15:00 the same working day. Any orders received after 15:00 or over the weekend will be dispatched the next working day. Orders will not be dispatched on weekends or bank holidays.

All orders are subject to approval by our team of doctors and pharmacists. Your delivery date in the checkout is subject to your consultation being approved by our healthcare team.

All orders can be fully tracked from your dispatch email, in your online account and from any notifications from your courier.

We ensure all parcels are in plain packaging for discreet delivery of your medicines and pharmacy goods. Where possible, we will attempt to size all parcels to fit through your letterbox in tamper-proof packaging. By placing an order on our website, you confirm that it is safe and appropriate for a package containing medicines to be posted through your letterbox, if the carrier is able to do so. You should notify our customer support team if it is not safe for the package to be posted through the letterbox, for example due to animals or small children.

Deliveries containing pharmacy-only or prescription medicines may require a signature on receipt. 

Delivery is free for all NHS prescriptions.


Royal Mail


  • Fully tracked delivery
  • SMS & email notifications
  • Four-hour delivery window
  • Change delivery date directly with Royal Mail
  • Update delivery location - add a Safeplace, preferred neighbour, or update your delivery location to a local Post Office or Royal Mail Customer Service Point.

Royal Mail are the most widely recognised mail delivery company in the UK. Being on the UK’s 29 million doorsteps six days a week means they offer unparalleled price and convenience. The Independent Pharmacy uses Royal Mail’s Tracked 48, Tracked 24, and Special Delivery Guaranteed parcel services to offer reliable, fully-tracked delivery at very competitive prices. Your Royal Mail parcel will arrive with your normal daily delivery of post.

Please note: Royal Mail do not deliver on Sundays or Bank Holidays - this should be taken into account when ordering. 

If you are not home to accept your delivery, a card should be left by the Royal Mail representative. This card will provide details of where you can collect the order or how to arrange re-delivery.

Should you be unable to collect your missed delivery or arrange for your medication to be redelivered by Royal Mail, the pharmacy can resend your medication to the same, or a different address provided it has been returned to us and this happens within a 30 day window.

Once a package has been shipped with Royal Mail we advise that you are bound to the terms and conditions of their use together with the terms and conditions contained herein.

You have the right to cancel your order up to the point when your treatment is dispatched. The pharmacist must destroy any medication within 30 days of it being returned, even un-opened boxes, so we are not able to offer refunds once your treatment has been dispatched.




  • Fully tracked delivery
  • SMS & email notifications
  • One-hour delivery window
  • Change delivery date directly with DPD
  • Update delivery location - add a Safeplace, preferred neighbour, or update your delivery location to a local collection point.

DPD Local is the most innovative parcel carrier around. Thanks to their industry-leading Predict service, they provide parcel recipients with a one hour delivery window, notified by email, so you don't have to wait in all day. What's more, it enables receivers to watch the progress of their delivery on a real-time map, all the way down to a final 15 minute time-slot. 

As well as keeping customers informed at every stage of the journey, DPD believe in maximising choice and convenience. That's why DPD provide access to a suite of options both on the day of delivery and the night before, allowing customers to take delivery of their goods in a way that suits. If you wish to reschedule, you can:

  • Select an alternative delivery date
  • Opt for delivery to a nominated neighbour
  • Have the parcel left in a specified safe place
  • Collect the parcel from your local DPD Pickup Shop
  • Upgrade delivery to By 12

Please note: DPD do not deliver on Saturdays, Sundays or Bank Holidays - this should be taken into account when ordering. 

Once a package has been shipped with DPD we advise that you are bound to the terms and conditions of their use together with the terms and conditions contained herein.

You have the right to cancel your order up to the point when your treatment is dispatched. The pharmacist must destroy any medication within 30 days of it being returned, even un-opened boxes, so we are not able to offer refunds once your treatment has been dispatched.


Forwarding houses

We are unable to ship orders to mailing or forwarding houses for onwards shipping to locations outside of the UK.


BFPO Postcodes

Unfortunately we are unable to deliver medicines to BFPO postcodes.


Remote Areas

Please be aware that Royal Mail Guaranteed services are not available to all customers in the UK, especially those that live in remote postcodes. Royal Mail advise customers of the following:

We deliver by 17:30 the next working day in the following postcode areas:
AB30 - 39, 41 - 45, 51 - 56
GY9 Alderney (Channel Islands)
HS1, 3 - 9
IV21 - 28, 40 - 49, 51 - 56
KA27, 28
KW1 - 3, 5 - 15
KW16 Stromness Town only
PA20 (0&9)
PA28 - 38, 41 - 49, 76, 77
PH15, 17 - 26, 31 - 40, 49, 50


We deliver within two working days by 17:30 to the following postcodes areas:
GY1 Herm (Channel Islands)
GY9 Sark (Channel Islands)
PA60 - 75, 78
ZE2, 3


We deliver within three working days by 17:30 to the following postcode areas:
KW16 - non-Town
PH30, 41 - 44


Please note: This applies to our 'Special Delivery' and 'Saturday Guaranteed' services.


International Orders

We are currently unable to ship orders outside of the UK.

We are unable to ship orders to mailing or forwarding houses for onwards shipping to locations outside of the UK.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What does Fucibet cream contain and what is it used for?

    Fucibet cream contains fusidic acid 2% and betamethasone 0.1%. Fusidic acid is an antibiotic that helps to kill bacteria that cause infections and betamethasone is a steroid that helps to reduce redness, itching and inflammation.

    Fucibet cream is used for cases where the skin is inflamed but there is also an infection present. This is usually in cases of infected eczema.

  • Can I use other Eczema treatments with Fucibet cream?

    You can combine Fucibet cream with your normal emollient eczema treatments to keep your skin hydrated and prevent further irritation from drying and cracking. Fucibet should not be used with any other steroid or antibiotic creams as it may cause irritation to your skin and produce side effects.

  • Why can I only buy two tubes of Fucibet online at one time?

    Fucibet is a prescription-strength treatment for infected eczema. For that reason, to ensure the safety of our patients and the legal operating of our pharmacy, we only supply a maximum of two tubes of treatment at one time. Fucibet treatment is normally not used for more than 7-10 days, therefore two tubes should be more than sufficient for complete treatment of a large area. 

  • Is Fucibet available for next day delivery?

    Yes – we understand that sometimes you will want your treatment as soon as possible. If ordered before 4pm Monday to Friday, Fucibet is available for next-day delivery.

  • Is it safe to buy Fucibet online?

    Yes – as long as you are buying from a website that is a legally operating and regulated pharmacy, it is perfectly safe to buy Fucibet online.

    The Independent Pharmacy is a CQC-regulated, NHS-contracted Online Pharmacy based in Bristol and has all the necessary regulation to be able to safely provide convenient access to genuine prescription treatments through our Online Pharmacy and Online Doctor.

    All of our eczema treatments are supplied by the same UK-based wholesalers used by the large high-street chains.

    Here’s more information on how to buy medicine safely online.

  • How do I buy Fucibet online?

    It’s simple!

    Just select ‘Start Consultation’ next to the product above, or on the links below.

    You will need to fill in a simple health questionnaire so that our GPs and Pharmacists can ensure it is safe for us to supply your Fucibet to you. It only takes about three minutes, and your treatment can be delivered to your door.

  • What are the advantages of buying Fucibet online?

    There are many advantages to buying eczema treatments online, some include:

    • It's quick and easy- there is no need to spend time at the doctor or pharmacy.
    • Fast delivery- We offer same day dispatch before 4pm and fast delivery to your address of choice with Royal Mail.
    • Great prices- we are able to offer very competitive prices and we guarantee to beat any other Online Doctor service.
    • A wealth of information - we provide all the information you could need on Betnovate tablets and other eczema treatments, in easy to digest formats, at a time that suits you.
  • Can I use Fucibet while I am pregnant?

    It is not recommended to use Fucibet while pregnant. This is because animal studies have shown that the active corticosteroid (betamethasone) can cause harm to unborn babies.

    Discuss with your doctor whether your personal benefits of Fucibet outweigh these risks.

    Fucibet can be used by mothers who are breastfeeding, as long as the cream is not applied directly to the breast.

  • Does Fucibet interact with other medication?

    Fucibet is well tolerated – there is no known interaction between Fucibet and other medication. If you should experience any undesired effects when taking this medication with another, please tell us and we would be happy to report it for you. You should not use Fucibet cream with any other creams that contain fusidic acid or other steroids such as betamethasone, hydrocortisone or clobetasone.

  • Is Fucibet right for you?

    Do not use Fucibet:

    • If you are allergic to any of its ingredients
    • If you suffer from rosacea (a condition causing redness of the face and cheeks)
    • On spots around the chin or mouth
    • For skin infections that are not associated with outbreaks of eczema
    • To treat acne
  • How do I stop my Eczema from reoccurring?

    After treatment with Fucibet, the infection should have cleared and the eczema started to get better or calmed down completely.

    To stop eczema outbreaks from recurring it is important to moisturise the skin regularly. Cosmetic moisturisers may have perfumes or colours added to them that can irritate the skin or encourage eczema. Most medical moisturisers (emollients) tend to be colour- and scent-free.

    Emollients such as Dermol, Doublebase, Diprobase and Balneum all form a thin layer on the surface of the skin and prevent moisture loss. They are available as ointments, creams, lotions and bath additives.

    Ointments tend to last longer but can be more 'greasy'.

    Creams are absorbed easily but don’t tend to moisturise as well as ointments.

    Lotions are great for hairy skin or for larger surface areas.

    For further information on the different types of emollients available and when best to use them, visit our dedicated section on Eczema Treatments.

  • Can Fucibet cream be used to treat other ailments?

    Fucibet cream is sometimes prescribed for those who are suffering from painful blisters, particularly if they appear on the feet.

    Boils and bites
    The cream is occasionally prescribed for patients who have boils, as the anti-inflammatory ingredients in Fucibet cream are excellent for reducing painful swelling or irritation. The same goes for particularly bad insect bites, such as bee or wasp stings.

    Pimples, spots and cysts
    Fucibet cream is a common treatment for acne rosacea sufferers, particularly for those who have larger pimples or cysts that are sore and irritated, as it provides temporary anti-inflammatory relief.

    An infection of the deeper layers of skin and underlying tissue, cellulitis is usually treated with antibiotics, but doctors may also prescribe Fucibet cream as a way of managing the condition, since it is an antibiotic topical treatment.

    Hemorrhoids and piles
    Fucibet cream is not recommended for the treatment of hemorrhoids or piles, since it shouldn’t be used around or near the genital area. Likewise, it should also not be used for the treatment of thrush. If you think you have thrush, you would be better off with a specialist thrush treatment such as Canesten.

    Fucibet should not be used to treat bacterial skin infections such as impetigo. A bactericidal ointment such as Fucidin is a more appropriate treatment for impetigo.

    Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, Fucibet might be prescribed to relieve scabies symptoms, but your doctor is much more likely to recommend an insecticide cream like Lyclear to kill the mites that cause it. 

  • Is eczema caused by a vitamin deficiency?

    Zinc deficiency is thought to be a common nutritional deficiency among eczema sufferers, particularly children. Vitamin A and D deficiencies can also cause zinc deficiency, since they aid the absorption of the mineral.

    Other common causes of eczema include allergies, digestive disorders, immune deficiencies and nutritional deficiencies, particularly B vitamins.

  • Is Fucibet suitable to use on a baby?

    Eczema often starts early in life, when the patient is a baby or toddler, primarily affecting the arms, neck, back and legs and appearing as irritated red patches of skin. Usually, the causes are linked to family history – the condition is not contagious, and will not pass on to other children from your baby. Fucibet is generally not prescribed for children under 5 years old, as the ingredients are very strong. At the Independent Pharmacy we don’t treat anyone under 18 – children need to be seen face-to-face by a doctor.

    Fucibet is also not suitable for women who are pregnant.

  • Does Fucibet cream help with scars?

    Fucibet is not strictly designed as a cream to reduce scarring – it is an antibiotic treatment for infected eczema and associated conditions. Indirectly it will help to reduce scarring, as the relief it provides will reduce the impulse to itch. 

  • Using Fucibet on infected tattoos

    Tattoos can sometimes become infected, also known as ‘chemical dermatitis’. If your tattoo is swollen, weeping or infected, your doctor may prescribe Fucibet cream as an antibiotic remedy to kill the bacterial infection. Always get your tattoo seen by a doctor if you are experiencing intense itching or it appears to be infected, and try not to itch, or you risk scarring. 

  • Can Fucibet cream be used for athlete's foot?

    Fucibet cream should not be used for athlete’s foot – this is a fungal infection and Fucibet cream is designed to treat bacterial infections only. Fucibet cream is unlikely to effectively treat athlete's foot, Daktarin cream or Lamsil would be more effective.

  • Does Fucibet cream help with insect and mosquito bites?

    Fucibet cream could be prescribed to treat an insect bite, were it to get infected and start weeping. It would likely be prescribed along with an antihistamine.

  • Does Fucibet cream clear spots and warts?

    Fucibet cream is NOT designed to treat spots and warts, unless there is some kind of bacterial infection present.

  • Does Fucibet cream work on cold sores?

    Cold sores are caused by a virus – specifically herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1). Fucibet cream would not be recommended for cold sores because it treats bacterial – not viral – infections.

  • Does Fucibet cream treat ringworm?

    As with athlete’s foot, ringworm is another type of fungal infection, for which you would not be prescribed Fucibet cream, since it is anti-bacterial – not anti-fungal. An appropriate treatment for ringowrm would be Daktarin cream.

  • Does Fucibet cream get rid of scars?

    Fucibet is not designed to reduce scarring – it is an antibiotic treatment for infected eczema and similar conditions. However, it can indirectly help to reduce scarring after infected skin condition by reducing the impulse to itch and helping the condition to clear quickly.

Authored By:

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Leanne Sinclair


Published on: 02-02-2017

Last modified on: 10-10-2019

Leanne is a clinical pharmacist with years of experience working in pharmacy.

Reviewed By:

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Dr Donald Grant

MB ChB DRCOG MRCGP Dip.orth.med

Reviewed on: 10-10-2019

Next review date: 10-10-2021

Dr Don Grant is a GP with over 30 years experience and is the Clinical Advisor at The Independent Pharmacy

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