WHAT IS MICOGEL® MICONAZOLE NITRATE 2% CREAM
Micogel Miconazole Nitrate 2% cream – is a Miconazole 2% active component cream and antifungal agent made by reputable brand Cipla. Micogel Miconazole 2% cream works by weakening the cell membrane of the fungus, resulting in the death of the fungus. Micogel Miconazole 2% Cream flawlessly used in treating yeast infections and relieving external itching and irritation associated with yeast infection. The active ingredient miconazole nitrate 2% kills various types of fungi and yeasts that occur on the skin and cause infections. Micogel Miconazole Nitrate 2% cream flawlessly treat athlete’s foot a fungal infection of the foot and toes caused by the yeast candida. If you have athlete’s foot, a fungal nail or fungal skin infection, then order Micogel online from a okdermo.com. Micogel Cream works by externally destroying fungi which cause infection. Micogel Miconazole 2% Cream flawlessly treat athlete’s foot a fungal infection of the foot and toes caused by the yeast candida.
HOW TO USE MICOGEL® MICONAZOLE NITRATE 2% CREAM
For skin infections, Micogel Miconazole 2% fungus treatment cream apply a small amount to the affected area twice each day in the morning and the evening. Rub the cream/gel/ointment in skin gently. For nail infection treatment, nail fungus, apply the cream to the infected nail once or twice a day. Micogel Miconazole 2% cream contains miconazole 2%, an antifungal drug, belonging to the imidazole group of antifungals. Miconazole in Micogel is absorbed through the skin and kills the fungus by inhibiting the synthesis of ergosterol, an important component of fungal cell membrane that is not found in animal cells. Micogel cream 2 percent miconazole weakens the fungal cell membrane, causing the cell contents to leak out, which kills the fungus, preventing the infection from spreading and relieving symptoms caused by the infection, such as rash, itching, scaling and inflammation.
For athlete’s foot: Use daily for 4 weeks. If condition persists, consult with dermatologist. Pay special attention to the spaces between the toes. Wear well fitting, ventilated shoes. Change socks at least once daily.
For ringworm: Use daily for 4 weeks. If condition persists, consult with dermatologist.
For jock itch: Use daily for 2 weeks. If condition persists longer, consult with dermatologist.