New Itchguard Plus Cooling Menthol Anti Fungal Cream Tube Of 5 G
New Itch Guard Plus Cooling Menthol Antifungal Cream is used in most Indian households to help assista variety of fungal infections that infects the skin and nails, including ringworm. It works by eliminating the fungus that causes the infection and removes its source right from the epidermis layer of the skin. It comes in a 5gm pack.
- New Itch Guard Plus Cooling Menthol Antifungal Cream works by inhibiting the growth of the fungus that causes the infection.
- It also provides relief from the symptoms of itching, soreness and irritation. After the fungus has been obliterated, it also slowly heals and soothes the affected skin.
- This medicine is effective in treating a wide range of fungal infections all over the body including athletes foot and ringworm.
- It comes in a 5gm tube pack which makes it travel-friendly and ready-to-use.
How to Use
- Make sure the site of the affected area is clean and dry before applying Itch Guard.
- Take some amount of the Itch Guard on your fingertips and gently rub on the affected area in circular motions.
- Keep the affected skin open and avoid wearing tight clothes.
- Wash your hands thoroughly after use and allow the affected area to breathe.
- Itch Guard Plus Cream is for external use only.
- It should be used in the correct doses and for the exact duration as suggested by the doctor.
- The affected area should be clean and dry before the application of Itch Guard cream.
- You must inform your doctor if there are no signs of improvement in the healing process of the infection even after four weeks of treatment.
- Pregnant and breastfeeding mothers should consult their doctor before using it.
- Make sure to pat dry the affected area after a bath or shower.
- Do not use perfumed soaps or deodorants on the infected area.
- Always use sunscreen and protective clothing when outdoors to protect the affected area from harmful rays of the sun.
- Do not rub or scratch the affected area. Leave the skin exposed to the air as much as possible.
- Avoid hot showers or baths as long as the affected skin does not completely heal because hot water can irritate the skin.
- Water containing chlorine can make most skin problems worse, so avoid swimming in public pools.
1. Can I stop using the medication if the infection starts healing?
It is advisable to take the full dosage of the cream as prescribed by your physician. If you stop using the cream before its dosage is over, chances are that the fungal infections can regrow in their place.
2. What if the site of the application is burning?
Burning on the affected area after applying the cream is a common side effect, but the burning should be mild. This indicates that the cream is working. If it is intense, consult your doctor.
3. Can I apply SPF to the affected area?
Yes, if you go out in the sun and the affected area cannot be covered, make sure to apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen before stepping out in the sun after applying the Itch Guard.