Abzorb Antifungal Soap
Abzorb Antifungal Soap is an antifungal medication that treats skin infections. It works by killing the fungi on the skin by destroying their cell membrane. The soap bar is used to treat various skin infections such as athlete's foot, jock itch, tinea versicolor, seborrheic dermatitis, etc., which may appear on the feet, hands, groin or genital areas, face, chest or back caused by fungi.
- Abzorb Antifungal soap is highly effective in destroying fungal infections in the body.
- The soap works by killing and preventing the growth of fungus. This soap also relieves the body of symptoms caused by the fungal infection.
- It may be used to treat infections such as ringworm, athlete’s foot, fungal nappy rash and fungal sweat rash.
- You should keep using it for as long as it is prescribed even if your symptoms have gone as it helps prevent the infection from coming back.
- Using this medicine as prescribed will relieve pain and itching and help you feel more comfortable with your skin.
How to Use
- The soap is to be used as and when advised or recommended by your physician.
- Apply it thinly and evenly and rub gently onto the affected areas two or three times daily
- Use it as regular soap, not more than twice a day.
- Abzorb Antifungal Soap is generally considered safe to use during pregnancy.
- Abzorb Antifungal Soap is safe to use during breastfeeding.
- Read the label carefully before use.
- Keep it away from children.
Q1. How long does it take for this soap to take effect?
Ans: The amount of time required for this soap to show its action has not been clinically established.
Q2. Is it safe to consume alcohol while using this medicated soap?
Ans: There has been no side effects or connection of this soap with alcohol. It is safe to consume alcohol while using this medicated soap.
Q3. What does antifungal soap do?
Ans: An antifungal soap contains fungus-fighting ingredients like miconazole and ketoconazole but many use natural ingredients like tea tree oil or eucalyptus. They can help with various fungal infections, including ringworm, jock itch and athlete's foot.
Q4. Is antifungal soap safe to be used during breastfeeding?
Ans: Abzorb Antifungal Soap is safe to use during breastfeeding. Human studies suggest that the drug does not pass into the breastmilk in a significant amount and is not harmful to the baby.
Q5. What happens if fungal infection is left untreated?
Ans: If left untreated, a yeast infection may lead to health problems, such as skin infections, fatigue and oral thrush, which may escalate and create even more serious skin cases.
Q6. What does skin fungus look like?
Ans: A fungal skin infection often looks bright red and can spread across a large area. A fungal skin rash may also have characteristics, including colour being more intense at the border.
Q7. How do you stop a fungal infection from spreading?
Ans: Keep the affected skin areas clean and do not share towels, bath mats, etc., with other people as you could spread the infection to them. Always wash your hands after treating the infection to prevent it from spreading.