Lamisil AT 1 Cream - 15g

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Product description

Lamisil AT 1% Cream should start to improve your skin condition in a few days, although full skin healing after the infection has cleared will take longer, up to 4 weeks, because of damage caused during infection.

Lamisil AT 1% 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.

Treatment can be helped by keeping the affected areas clean by regular washing, and careful drying without rubbing. Scratching the area, although it may be itchy, could cause further damage and slow the healing process or spread the infection.

Because these infections can be passed on to other people, it is helpful to keep your own towel and clothes, which are not shared by others. To protect yourself from re-infection, these should be washed frequently.

Indications

Suitable for adults aged 16 years and over.

How to Use

  1. Clean and dry the area to be treated, and your hands
  2. Open the tube and place a small amount of cream on your finger
  3. Replace the cap on the tube
  4. Apply just enough cream to put a thin layer of cream on the affected skin and the skin just surrounding it
  5. Rub in gently
  6. Wash your hands
  7. When used between the toes or buttocks, or on the groin, the treated area may be covered with a gauze strip, especially at night If you do use gauze, use a fresh, clean gauze strip each time.

The treatment of athletes foot: Lamisil AT 1% Cream should be applied to the affected areas once or twice a day, for one week.

The treatment of dhobie itch: Lamisil AT 1% Cream should be applied to the affected areas once or twice a day, for one to two weeks.

Do not stop using the cream before the recommended time as this may allow the infection to return or reduce the successful cure rate.

If you have not noticed any signs of improvement within weeks of starting treatment, please see your doctor who will advise you.

Treatment can be helped by keeping the affected areas clean by regular washing, and careful drying without rubbing. Scratching the area, although it may be itchy, could cause further damage and slow the healing process or spread the infection.

Because these infections can be passed on to other people, it is helpful to keep your own towel and clothes, which are not shared by others. To protect yourself from re-infection, these should be washed frequently.

Hazards and Cautions

Lamisil AT 1% Cream is for external use only.
Do not put it in the mouth or swallow the cream.
Keep the cream away from your eyes.Read the information in your own leaflet before using Lamisil AT 1% Cream.

Do not use Lamisil AT 1% Cream if you have had an allergic reaction to Lamisil (terbinafine) or any of the ingredients in the cream.

If you are pregnant or breast-feeding.
If you are pregnant ask your doctor before using this medicine.
Do not use If you are breast-feeding.

 

Suitable For

Suitable for adults aged 16 years and over.

Ingredients

Terbinafine is an antifungal, and works by killing the fungi causing your skin problem.

Other Ingredients:

Sodium hydroxide, benzyl alcohol, sorbitan stearate, cetyl palmitate, cetyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, polysorbate 60, isopropyl myristate, and purified water. 

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Lamisil AT 1% Cream - 15g

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£6.25 or 625 points

6.25

Lamisil AT 1% Cream treats fungal infections of Athlete's foot and dhobie itch (jock itch). For the effective relief of the itching and burning, cracking and scaling which accompanies these conditions.

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