Depends what part of the skin you are treating. There are many different antifungals with different formulations depending on whether the infection is on the body, feet, scalp or groin area. See your local pharmacist and he/she will be able to recommend the best product for you.
You will find information on the treatment of fungal infections of the skin at https://www.drugs.com/enc/ringworm.html
* Keep your skin clean and dry.
* Apply over-the-counter antifungal or drying powders, lotions, or creams. Those that contain miconazole, clotrimazole, or similar ingredients are often effective.
* Wash sheets and nightclothes every day while infected.
A severe or persistent infection may require treatment by a doctor. Antifungal pills may be given and are necessary if your hair is infected. Prescription antifungal skin medications, such as ketoconazole, are stronger than over-the-counter products and may be needed. Antibiotics may also be needed to treat related bacterial infections.
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.
Posted 17 Aug 2009 • 1 answer
Posted 12 Oct 2009 • 1 answer
Posted 17 Oct 2009 • 1 answer
Friend having a rash like mark in arm joints last sixmonths. its not speading fungal infection.help?
Posted 15 Sep 2010 • 1 answer
Posted 27 Aug 2016 • 0 answers