Tolnaftate offered by Shreeji Pharma International is manufactured and packaged in-house. It is exported to many countries. In most countries, tolnaftate is a synthetic thiocarbamate that can be bought without a prescription as an anti-fungal agent. In addition to creams and powders, it is available as sprays, liquids, and liquid aerosols. Fungal infections such as jock itch, athlete's foot, or ringworm are treated with tolnaftate.
Introduction of product:
Most jurisdictions allow the sale of tolnaftate (INN) as an anti-fungal without a prescription. As a cream, powder, spray, liquid, and liquid aerosol, it is available. Among the conditions that tolnaftate is used for are jock itch, athlete's foot, and ringworm.
How does it work?
Applications Or where it is used:
A synthetic antifungal agent sold over-the-counter is tolnaftate. Available in different forms, it is used to treat athlete's foot, jock itch, ringworm and other fungal infections.
How to use Antifungal (Tolnaftate) 1 % Topical Powder:
The medication should only be applied topically. Make sure the affected area is completely clean and dry before applying the medication. Use the medication on the affected skin as directed on the product package or by your doctor, usually twice a day.
Dosage of usage:
Superficial Fungal Infections, Adult and Pediatric:
Warnings and precautions while using this product:
Tolnaftate is a component of this medication. If you are allergic to tolnaftate or any component of this drug, you should not take Tinactin, Aftate, Breezee Mist Antifungal Foot Powder, Lamisil AF Defense, Absorbine, or Ting Antifungal.
Children should not be allowed to touch the product. If you overdose, contact medical help or a Poison Center right away.
Pregnancy and Lactation
In pregnancy, if the risks outweigh the benefits, tolnaftate should be taken with caution. Risk in animals is shown to exist, but human studies are unavailable or neither animal nor human studies have been completed. There is no information on the safety of tolnaftate in nursing infants. Talk to your doctor before breastfeeding.