Have you noticed expanding red circles on your skin? If so, you might have ringworm.
Ringworm (tinea corporis) is a topical fungal infection. It typically looks like a red circle on your skin. The infection can spread and enlarge while the inner part of the circle returns to normal.1
Ringworm is contagious! You can catch it through a cut on skin, direct physical contact with an affected area of skin or contaminated objects 5 like towels and cosmetic products.
Antifungal creams kill the fungi responsible for ringworm symptoms and allow your skin to heal.
You can quickly relieve your symptoms with easily applied anti-fungal products in cream formulation. They penetrate deep enough to get to the cause of your infection but aren't aggressive to your skin. Start the treatment as early as possible to prevent ringworm from infecting other areas of your skin.6