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Stacy Wiegman, PharmD, Pharmacy, answeredPeople who have rosacea, perioral dermatitis or allergies to the ingredients in Clobevate or similar medications should not use it. If you are prescribed Clobevate, do not put it on your groin, armpits or face. Clobevate could be dangerous if used incorrectly. Never ingest it, overuse it or cover it with bandages after you apply it, as it could cause problems for your adrenal or pituitary gland. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should discuss with their doctors the risks they would be taking by using Clobevate before doing so, as should parents of children under 12 years of age. Be sure to discuss your medical history with your doctor thoroughly before using Clobevate, especially if you suffer from Cushing's syndrome, skin infection, hyperglycemia, diabetes or open wounds where the drug is needed. Lastly, ask your dermatologist or doctor for tips on how to reduce your chances for side effects, especially if you also use any other products on your skin.