TERBIDERM, athlete's foot treatment

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Ahlete's foot treatment  Terbiderm ® Creme, 10 mg/g cream



Active ingredient: terbinafine hydrochloride

Areas of application: For the treatment of dermatomycoses caused by terbinafine-sensitive fungi such as dermatophytes and yeasts;

Warnings: contains cetostearyl alcohol and benzyl alcohol. Do not get in eyes.

For athlete's foot treatment  risks and side effects, read the leaflet and ask your doctor or pharmacist.

Status: 09/2021


Terbiderm ® against athlete's foot!
✔ Fast
✔ Reliable
✔ Effective

The Terbiderm ® products (cream/gel/spray) only require an application time of one week for a successful therapy against athlete's foot.

To the athlete's foot treatment application
Terbiderm ® Cream is particularly suitable for dry or chapped skin. Pack sizes: 15 g and 30 g cream.

Treating Athlete's Foot Once established, an infection of athlete's foot
will not heal without proper and thorough treatment. There is a risk of the fungus spreading to other areas of the skin and nails. As long as the fungal infection persists, there is a risk of infection for other people. Appropriate drug treatment is essential. Fungi are stubborn and only through regular and consistent treatment with antifungals (medicines used to treat fungal diseases) can this disease be successfully treated. By applying a local antifungal (e.g. Terbiderm ®cream/gel/spray) the annoying symptoms such as the tormenting itching improve. The skin changes recede and the fungus disappears. In the case of recurring and very stubborn athlete's foot, the doctor can also advise you to use systemic therapy, ie effective in the entire organism. Systemically effective antifungals that are taken require a prescription.

Athlete's foot treatment , Symptoms of athlete's foot
Athlete's foot infection is easy to recognize in the early stages by the reddened or whitish scaly skin, especially if the fungus is in the spaces between the toes. As the fungal disease progresses, the skin particles become larger and peel away from the affected area, as if the skin is peeling until you can touch the raw flesh. This often looks like cuts with a knife between the toes. At this point at the latest, the initial itching turns into a real pain that occurs when the skin is touched or stretched.

The most common symptoms are:
• itching or burning between the toes or on the soles of the feet
• white scaly skin between the toes with small tears (fissures)
• Red skin or white weeping skin between the toes