Steroids Found In OSAS
Steroids has been found by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) in an intensive body lotion with Aloe Vera - OSAS, which claimed to contain natural ingredients. The lotion, an unlicensed product illegally, was said to treat eczema and psoriasis and has been found to be sold in a variety of Asian and African beauty shops in London and the West Midlands and over the Internet. The lotion caught the attention of the MHRA by a paediatric dermatologist who became concerned when the parent of a baby he was treating for eczema started to use this product on the baby. The lotion tested positive for variable amounts of, Betamethasone dipropionate, which is a type of medicine called a corticosteroid. The product also contains Clotrimazole which is used in anti-fungal medications.