Canesten Antifungal Cream Clotrimazole 1%

Canesten® Antifungal Cream Clotrimazole 1% can treat a broad range of fungal skin infections, which include ringworm, jock itch or a nappy rash in children.

Canesten® Antifungal Cream Clotrimazole 1% is a complete solution that stops the growth of, and kills fungi, and relieves the symptoms of a fungal skin infection.
The cream's formula is mild yet effective. It is easy to use, thus making it a suitable fungal infection treatment option for the whole family.

What is athlete’s foot?

It’s a fungal skin infection caused by fungi that thrive in warm and moist environments like changing rooms, showers and public pools. Walking barefoot in these places puts you at greater risk. Athlete’s foot usually occurs between your toes, but it can also affect the soles and sides of your feet.

Good to know!

You don’t have to be an athlete to get infected and it’s not a matter of poor hygiene. Fungal skin infections may feel uncomfortable, but in most cases there’s nothing to worry about as they can be treated easily.

Common symptoms of skin fungus

  • Red rash or blisters

  • Itching, burning or stinging

  • Flaked, cracked or scaly skin

  • Splitting, softening or whitening skin

  • Unpleasant odour

Trust Canesten

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A complete solution

Kills the root of a fungal skin infection and relieve its accompanying symptoms

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Reliable

Efficacy of the product is based upon decades of scientific research and innovation

How to use?

Apply a small amount of the cream to the affected area and rub it into the skin gently. Repeat 2-3 times a day for the indicated duration, and to continue for 2 weeks after the disappearance of symptoms to kill the root of infection.

Don’t forget!
Even if your symptoms have started to clear up, you should complete the full course of treatment to ensure that the infection has been fully treated.

When you have
athlete's foot

Athlete’s foot is a common condition. It’s not serious, nor is it the end of the world, but its symptoms can be annoying. It can affect your daily routine, especially if the infection reoccurs or has not been fully treated, which is why you shouldn’t ignore it:

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A fungal infection won’t go on its own. Treat it, don’t hide it.

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An infection doesn’t disappear just because its symptoms do. Canesten® Antifungal Cream takes approximately 3-4 weeks to completely and effectively treat an infection.

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Start treatment sooner rather than later to fight a fungal infection effectively.

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If untreated, athlete’s foot can spread to other parts of your body and cause other types of fungal infections.

Care about your
loved ones

Athlete’s foot is very contagious. It not only easily spreads to other parts of your body, but also to other people. Your loved ones are especially susceptible, but there are a few things you can do:

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Don’t share shoes, towels or bed sheets.

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Wash your hands after applying the cream, or opt for use of an application method that uses a no-touch applicator.

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Tell your loved ones about the infection so they take similar precautions.

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Help them with Canesten® treatment if needed.

Take control of skin fungal infections

Kick off your shoes with confidence and don’t miss a thing.

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Give the boot to anxiety and discomfort – let Canesten® help you to enjoy each and every day of your life.

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At Canesten we have been pioneering antifungal solutions for decades

We offer practical advice and reliable treatment options for you to treat fungal infections easily and effectively on your own.
 

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Frequently asked questions
about Athlete’s Foot