Topical treatment plays a crucial role in psoriasis management, with non-adherence being a major barrier to treatment success. The fixed-dose combination of calcipotriol (CAL) and betamethasone dipropionate (BDP) represents the first-line choice in topical psoriasis treatment. A CAL/BDP cream based on polyaphron dispersion (PAD) Technology has emerged as a novel formulation for a more convenient topical treatment of psoriasis. This article aims to summarize the most relevant published evidence about CAL/BDP PAD-cream and its underlying PAD Technology. The PAD Technology enables CAL and BDP stability in an aqueous cream through a multimolecular shell structure, as well as it increases the penetration of both active ingredients into the epidermis and dermis. This technology also demonstrated to increase the cosmetic acceptability and to provide the desirable sensory properties for a topical psoriasis treatment. Two phase III clinical trials have been conducted so far with CAL/BDP PAD-cream. Findings from both trials revealed high efficacy with a fast onset of action, a favourable safety and tolerability profile and convenience for CAL/BDP PAD-cream compared to CAL/BDP gel. In the trial including patients with psoriasis affecting the scalp (MC2-01-C7), results support the use of CAL/BDP PAD-cream in scalp psoriasis. An anchored matching-adjusted indirect comparison (MAIC) was conducted to compare CAL/BDP PAD-cream and CAL/BDP foam, as both products had been previously compared to CAL/BDP gel. CAL/BDP PAD-cream and CAL/BDP foam showed equivalent efficacy and quality of life at their recommended treatment duration, whereas greater treatment satisfaction for CAL/BDP PAD-cream was found after one week of treatment. Overall, the high patient acceptability and treatment satisfaction observed with CAL/BDP PAD-cream in clinical trials may lead to improved adherence and hence higher efficacy in clinical practice.