Eucrisa (Crisaborole)

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Eucrisa 2%

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Manufactured by: Pfizer Inc
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Eucrisa (Crisaborole) Medication Information


Eucrisa is a PDE-4 inhibitor that is used to treat atopic dermatitis. 


The ointment is available in 2% strength. 

Side Effects

The most common side effects of Eucrisa include:

  • Application site pain
  • Urticaria

Speak with your doctor for a full list of side effects that apply to you if you are taking Eucrisa.


There is a possibility of hypersensitivity can occur with Eucrisa, if this occurs stop Eucrisa immediately. 


Common drug interactions with Eucrisa include:

  • Riociguat 
  • PDE-5 inhibitors

Speak with your doctor for more information and before starting a new medication with Eucrisa. 


Do at room temperature (77 ºF). 

Pharmacist Tips

  • Eucrisa is a topical medication, and should be applied to the skin.
  • If you have a hypersensitivity reaction to Eucrisa, seek medical attention.
  • Apply Eucrisa in a thin layer twice a day. 

Crisaborole FAQs

How quickly does Eucrisa work?

Some patients see benefit with Eucrisa after a week, but it can take up to a month to see the max benefit. 


Does Eucrisa cure eczema?

Eucrisa is used to treat mild to moderate eczema. 


Is Eucrisa safe to use everyday?

Yes, you can use Eucrisa every day. 


How many times a day can I use Eucrisa?

It is typically recommended that Eucrisa be used twice a day. 


What are the side effects of Eucrisa?

The most common side effect is application site reaction, like itching, redness, and swelling. 

Related Drugs


Eucrisa {package insert}. Palo Alto, CA: Anacor Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; 2016.

PharmD Medical Writer

Author: Dr. Larisa Roybal, PharmD

Dr. Roybal is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist who has practiced in both ambulatory and acute care settings. Her pharmacy interests include oncology and general inpatient pharmacy.

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The above information is an educational aid only. It is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatments. Talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist before following any medical regimen to see if it is safe and effective for you.

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