Lamisil AT 1% Cream
Relief & Treatment for Fungal Skin Conditions
£4.55 – £5.75 inc VAT
Lamisil AT 1% CreamSoothing Relief and treatment for fungal skin conditions
Including Athlete's Foot, Jock Itch, and Ringworm
Available in Small (7.5g) or Large (15g) Tubes
Prescription strength Lamisil AT 1% Cream is an 'over the counter' topical antifungal cream proven to cure most cases of athlete's foot, jock itch and ringworm. It is a rich soothing cream in a moisturising formula and is ideal when skin is very inflamed, dry or cracked.
Lamisil At 1% Cream contains a fungicide ingredient: terbinafine, and treats Athlete’s Foot with seven daily applications on average. It’s therefore shorter than most 'anti-fungal treatments', which simply arrest the development of the fungus and can take up to four weeks to get rid of the condition. The cream will continue to work even after you have stopped using it at the end of the treatment period. Even though you will not be using the cream, improvement should continue.
Directions for Use
Directions For Treating Athlete's Foot
Athlete's Foot can occur between the toes or on the bottom or sides of foot. The symptoms of Athlete's Foot may include redness, painful cracking of the skin, an annoying itching and/or a burning sensation. You may also see blisters.
To treat athlete's foot between the toes, apply twice a day for 1 week. To treat athlete's foot on the bottom or sides of feet, apply twice a day (morning and night) for 2 weeks.
Directions For Treating Jock Itch
Jock itch occurs in the genital area and can also spread to the top of your legs. The symptoms of jock itch may include scaly, reddish, ring-shaped patches, which tend to form complete rings with raised borders.
Directions For Treating Ring Worm
Ringworm (isnt a worm) - This is a common fungal infection, similar to Athlete’s Foot which occurs in ring-shaped patches on the skin of your face,body, arms and/or legs.
Treatment should be similar to Athlete’s Foot
- This cream is for external use only.
- Clean and dry the affected area of skin thoroughly before applying the cream.
- Wash your hands after application.
- Avoid getting the cream in contact with the eyes. If it does accidentally enter the eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water.
- Make sure you use this medicine regularly and complete the course as directed by your doctor. It is important to complete the course, even if your symptoms have cleared up, otherwise there is a risk of the infection returning.
- If there are no signs of improvement after two weeks, consult your doctor