Medicated FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash is a convenient way to treat most jock itch, ringworm, athlete's foot, tinea versicolor and other common fungal infections of the body, hands, and feet while you shower.
New Medicated FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash lets you treat most jock itch conveniently in the shower without the mess and inconvenience of sprays, creams, and powders. Regular use of Medicated FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash helps eliminate common fungus that can attack healthy skin. Use it alone, or in combination with other treatments you are currently using.
Medicated FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash controls most fungal skin infections including Jock Itch, Ringworm, Athlete’s Foot, and Tinea Versicolor.
What is the active ingredient in FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash?FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash contains Sepia 12x as the active ingredient.
What does the 12x mean on the Sepia 12x in FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash?The 12x on Sepia 12x is homeopathic nomenclature for the potency of the active ingredient. The “x” refers to a 10-fold dilution, so 12x means the active ingredient, Sepia, has undergone twelve 10-fold dilutions.
What are the directions for FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash?The directions for FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash are to clean the affected area with FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash and warm water, rinse and dry thoroughly. For best results, leave on for 1-2 minutes before rinsing and drying. Use twice daily (morning and night), or as directed by a doctor. For jock itch use daily for 2 weeks. For ringworm, tinea versicolor and athlete’s foot, use daily for 4 weeks. Be sure to read all package label Directions and Warnings before use and follow them carefully.
Can I use FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash to prevent a fungus infection?FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash is not labeled for the prevention of fungus infections.
Medicated FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash provides a convenient way to treat most jock itch, ringworm, athlete’s foot, tinea versicolor and other common fungal infections of the body, hands, and feet while you shower or bathe. Medicated FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash can be used daily as you would any other body wash, but with the added confidence that it is also effective for eliminating/washing away fungus. Use Medicated FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash alone or with other methods you may be using to control fungal infections.
OVERVIEW OF FUNGAL SKIN INFECTIONS:
Fungal skin infections are caused by yeasts or molds (fungi) that usually make their homes in moist areas of the body where skin surfaces meet: between the toes, in the genital area, and under the breasts. Common infections such as athlete’s foot, jock itch and ringworm are caused by those fungi and are easy to get and pass around. Fungal infections are typically classified by their location on the body, e.g. groin (jock itch), feet (athlete’s foot), body (body ringworm, tinea versicolor), and scalp (scalp ringworm). Doctors may suspect a fungal infection when they see a red, irritated, or scaly rash in one of the commonly affected areas.
HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOU HAVE JOCK ITCH OR ANOTHER FUNGAL SKIN INFECTION?
Fungal skin infections can affect anyone, but men typically experience a higher incidence of jock itch than women. The appearance of jock itch can be characterized by:
Some fungal skin infections may present themselves as ring-like formations with clear centers, commonly referred to as ringworm. Athlete’s foot is often characterized by scaling of the skin, burning, cracking, itching, and related discomforts. The main symptom of tinea versicolor is patches of discolored skin on the upper body that have sharp borders and fine scales, are often dark red to tan in color and do not darken in the sun so they may appear lighter than the surrounding healthy skin.
WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF JOCK ITCH AND OTHER FUNGAL INFECTIONS?
Jock itch and other fungal infections can develop under a variety of conditions, including:
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION AND ACTION: Medicated FUNGICURE Anti-Fungal Wash is an effective homeopathic formulation containing:
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Sepia 12x
INACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Lauramidopropyl betaine, panthenol, phospholipid EFA, purified water, sodium chloride, sodium C14-16 olefin sulfonate, and tea tree oil.
PROMPT ACTION AND PROPER TREATMENT: Recognizing and treating fungus infection early is very important for successful results, so it is wise to consult your doctor promptly for advice if you suspect you may have a fungal skin infection.
HOW TO AVOID RECURRENCE OF FUNGAL SKIN INFECTIONS: