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  • Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch

    15 g

    TREATMENT FOR TINEA INFECTIONS SUCH AS JOCK ITCH

    Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch has been specifically designed to treat jock itch (tinea cruris). The quick drying, non-greasy gel is ideal for use on hairy areas. The gel’s cooling relief eases discomfort due to the symptoms of jock itch while actively treating the infection.

    Unlike many anti-fungal treatments that require as many three daily applications for up to 4 weeks, Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch needs only one daily application for 7 days to effectively eliminate jock itch, athlete's foot or ringworm.

    Why should I choose Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch?

    • Short treatment time for jock itch – once daily application for 7 days
    • Nothing treats jock itch faster*
    Close up image of a pack of Lamisil® jock itch Derm gel, blue cardboard box with white and green text, with the tube of gel displayed in front of it, a tinea treatment for relief of athlete’s foot, ringworm and jock itch, pharmacy medicine only
    Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch
  • Formula and use

    Formula and use

    How it works

    An anti-fungal product is necessary to treat tinea. The active ingredient of Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch - terbinafine – fights the infection by preventing growth of the fungus, and by causing fungal cell death.

    Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch has a gentle formula that is suitable for irritated and sensitive caused by fungal infection. It provides soothing relief from common tinea symptoms such as itching and burning. Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch can be applied directly to the infected areas.

     

    What Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch is used for

    Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch is used to treat tinea infections of the skin such as jock itch (tinea of the groin), ringworm (tinea of the body), and athlete’s foot (tinea between the toes). It is also useful for treating pityriasis versicolor (tinea versicolor), a superficial fungal infection of the skin.

    Formula and use
  • How to use Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch

    How to use Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch

    Apply Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch once a day for 7 days

    1. Clean and thoroughly dry the affected areas of the skin.
    2. Use the amount of gel sufficient to treat the affected skin and surrounding area and rub in gently.
    3. If you need to apply Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch between your toes, fingers or buttocks; under a breast or armpit; or in the groin region; cover the area with gauze after the gel has been applied. This is particularly useful at bedtime.

    Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch should only be applied to skin on the outside of the body. Remember to thoroughly wash your hands after application to avoid infecting other parts of your body.

     

    IMPORTANT

    While the signs of the infection may disappear after using Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch for only a few days, it is important to continue treatment for the recommended period. If you use it for only a few days, you may not eliminate all the fungi from the affected areas. As a result, the infection may return soon after you stop using the product.

    If there is no improvement in your condition after using Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch for the recommended time, see your doctor or pharmacist.

    How to use Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch
  • FAQs

    FAQs

    Can I stop using Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch as soon as my symptoms disappear?

    No. Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch relieves your symptoms before the infection is fully eliminated. That's why it's important to use Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch as directed.

    How often should I apply Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch each day?

    Once daily.

     

    How long do I need to use Lamisil® DermGel® Jock Itch?

    Tinea between the toes
    (athlete’s foot or tinea pedis interdigitalis)
    7 days

    Tinea of the body - trunk and limbs
    (ringworm or tinea corporis)
    7 days

    Tinea of the groin or upper thigh
    (jock itch or tinea cruris)
    7 days

    Pityriasis versicolor
    (tinea versicolor or superficial
    fungal infection of the skin)
    7 days

    FAQs
  • FAQs

    What else can I do during treatment for tinea?

    Wash your skin daily and dry well afterwards. You should also change your towel, washcloth, underwear and socks every day during treatment. And finally, resist scratching the infected area. This can allow the fungus to contiminate your surroundings, which could result in re-infection.

     
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