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Antifungals
Our Antifungal class of Skin Care medications include oral and topical treatments for fungal infections like thrush and ringworm, caused by most susceptible infective fungi.

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Our Antifungal class of Skin Care medications include oral and topical treatments for fungal infections like thrush and ringworm, caused by most susceptible infective fungi.

Use the search feature to quickly find the product you are looking for, by entering either the active ingredient, e.g. terbinafine, or the product name, e.g. Lamisil.

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Daktarin Cream (Miconazole 20mg)
Daktarin Cream (Miconazole 20mg)
Miconazole
Cream for Athlete's Foot
From $0.73 per Gram
Terbicip (Terbinafine 1%) Cream
Terbicip (Terbinafine 1%) Cream

Terbinafine
Also known as Lamisil cream
From $0.85 per Gram
Daktarin Oral Gel
Daktarin Oral Gel
Miconazole 2%
From $0.71 per Gram
Diflucan 150mg (Fluconazole)
Diflucan 150mg (Fluconazole)
Fluconazole
From $35.90 per Capsule
Lamisil Cream  (Terbinafine)
Lamisil Cream (Terbinafine)
Terbinafine
From $1.93 per Gram
Micreme-H (Miconazole/Hydrocortisone) Cream
Micreme-H (Miconazole/Hydrocortisone) Cream

Miconazole/Hydrocortisone
Also known as Daktacort
From $0.73 per Gram
Miconazole Cream 2% 15g
Miconazole Cream 2% 15g

Miconazole
Also known as Daktarin, Monistat or Desenex.
From $0.37 per Gram
Mycostatin 100000 U
Mycostatin 100000 U
Nystatin
From $1.53 per Gram
Kenozole Cream (Ketoconazole)
Kenozole Cream (Ketoconazole)

Ketoconazole 2%
Also known as Nizoral
From $0.52 per Gram
Nizoral Cream 2% 30gm Tube (Ketoconazole)
Nizoral Cream 2% 30gm Tube (Ketoconazole)
Ketoconazole
From $0.93 per Gram
Kenozole-B Cream (Ketoconazole & Beclomethasone)
Kenozole-B Cream (Ketoconazole & Beclomethasone)

Ketoconazole 2% & Beclomethasone 0.025%
From $1.03 per Gram
Kenozole Shampoo (ketoconazole 2%)
Kenozole Shampoo (ketoconazole 2%)

Ketoconazole 2% and Zinc Pyrithione 1%
From $0.23 per mL
Nizoral Shampoo 2% (Ketoconazole)
Nizoral Shampoo 2% (Ketoconazole)
Ketoconazole
From $0.24 per mL
Hyphoral 200mg (Ketoconazole)
Hyphoral 200mg (Ketoconazole)

Ketoconazole
Also known as Nizoral
From $1.67 per Tablet
Onabet Cream (Sertaconazole) 2%
Onabet Cream (Sertaconazole) 2%

Sertaconazole
From $0.53 per Gram
Pimafucort (Hydrocortisone/Natamycin/Neomycin) Cream
Pimafucort (Hydrocortisone/Natamycin/Neomycin) Cream
Hydrocortisone/Natamycin/Neomycin
Combination Corticosteroid, Antifungal and Antibacterial cream
From $1.03 per Gram
Pimafucort (Hydrocortisone/Natamycin/Neomycin) Ointment
Pimafucort (Hydrocortisone/Natamycin/Neomycin) Ointment
Hydrocortisone/Natamycin/Neomycin
Combination Corticosteroid, Antifungal and Antibacterial ointment
From $1.03 per Gram
Sebizole (Ketoconazole) 2% Shampoo
Sebizole (Ketoconazole) 2% Shampoo
Ketoconazole
Also known as Nizoral
From $0.14 per mL
Viaderm KC Cream
Viaderm KC Cream

Triamcinolone/Nystatin/Neomycin/Gramicidin
Also known as Kenacomb. Similar formula to Panalog.
From $2.13 per Gram

Types of fungal infection

Examples of common fungal infections include:
  • Tinea, a dermatophyte fungus that lives on human skin and promotes a reaction as it grows through the skin by small filaments called hyphae, causing symptoms including, inflammation, itching and rash, which can become severe. Tinea can infect many parts of the body causing infections like athlete's foot (tinea pedis), ringworm or tinea of the body (tinea corporis), tinea of the groin or jock itch (tinea cruris) and tinea of the scalp (tinea capitis).

  • Candida, a yeast that normally inhabits the gastrointestinal tract but when immunity is low or following a course of antibiotics, it can become overgrown and cause an infection called candidiasis or thrush. Areas infected by Candida include mucous membranes usually in the mouth, throat and genitals; Candida can also infect the skin and if the infection becomes systemic this can be more serious.

  • Infections of the finger nails and toe nails (onychomycosis) can be caused by Tinea or Candida, also by moulds, which are a different type of fungus.

  • Malassezia, a yeast normally found in the skin that can overgrow and cause problems like dandruff, when the rate at which dead skin cells are shed and replaced begins to speed up, as a reaction to irritation by the fungus.

  • Histoplasma that causes histoplasmosis, a rare systemic fungal infection from inhalation of a soil fungus into the lung causing flu-like symptoms and is an opportunistic infection common to people who are immunocompromised, such as due to HIV infection.

Types of anti-fungal medication

Most antifungals work by the same mechanism of action to kill the fungus that has caused the infection and prevent it spreading. They act by inhibiting the fungal enzyme, squalene epoxidase, which prevents the synthesis of ergosterol, an important component of fungal cell membrane that is not found in animal cells. This weakens the fungal cell membrane, causing the cell contents to leak out, which kills the fungus. Antifungals include:
  • Terbinafine, a broad spectrum antifungal drug that is used to treat a variety of fungal infections, and is particularly effective against tinea and candida. It is available as a cream for topical treatment and as tablets for oral administration.

  • Miconazole oral gel an antifungal drug, belonging to the imidazole group of antifungals that is used as a topical treatment for oral thrush.

  • Fluconazole a broad-spectrum antifungal drug belonging to the triazole group that is used to treat thrush and tinea and is available for oral administration as capsules and tablets.

  • Ketoconazole, a synthetic broad-spectrum antifungal drug that is used to treat a variety of fungal infections in several parts of the body, including pityriasis of the skin, candidiasis or thrush of the mouth and vagina and also systemic fungal infections. It is available as a cream or shampoo for topical treatment and as tablets for oral administration.

Antifungal application

Antifungal medications are available as creams, gels and shampoos for topical treatment of infection of the mouth, throat, skin and scalp. They are also available as capsules and tablets for treatment of more serious fungal infections, including persistent candidiasis of the vagina, pityriasis (tinea) infection of the skin and systemic infections.
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Types of fungal infection

Examples of common fungal infections include: />
  • Tinea, a dermatophyte fungus that lives on human skin and promotes a reaction as it grows through the skin by small filaments called hyphae, causing symptoms including, inflammation, itching and rash, which can become severe. Tinea can infect many parts of the body causing infections like athlete's foot (tinea pedis), ringworm or tinea of the body (tinea corporis), tinea of the groin or jock itch (tinea cruris) and tinea of the scalp (tinea capitis).

  • Candida, a yeast that normally inhabits the gastrointestinal tract but when immunity is low or following a course of antibiotics, it can become overgrown and cause an infection called candidiasis or thrush. Areas infected by Candida include mucous membranes usually in the mouth, throat and genitals; Candida can also infect the skin and if the infection becomes systemic this can be more serious.

  • Infections of the finger nails and toe nails (onychomycosis) can be caused by Tinea or Candida, also by moulds, which are a different type of fungus.

  • Malassezia, a yeast normally found in the skin that can overgrow and cause problems like dandruff, when the rate at which dead skin cells are shed and replaced begins to speed up, as a reaction to irritation by the fungus.

  • Histoplasma that causes histoplasmosis, a rare systemic fungal infection from inhalation of a soil fungus into the lung causing flu-like symptoms and is an opportunistic infection common to people who are immunocompromised, such as due to HIV infection.

Types of anti-fungal medication

Most antifungals work by the same mechanism of action to kill the fungus that has caused the infection and prevent it spreading. They act by inhibiting the fungal enzyme, squalene epoxidase, which prevents the synthesis of ergosterol, an important component of fungal cell membrane that is not found in animal cells. This weakens the fungal cell membrane, causing the cell contents to leak out, which kills the fungus. Antifungals include:
  • Terbinafine, a broad spectrum antifungal drug that is used to treat a variety of fungal infections, and is particularly effective against tinea and candida. It is available as a cream for topical treatment and as tablets for oral administration.

  • Miconazole oral gel an antifungal drug, belonging to the imidazole group of antifungals that is used as a topical treatment for oral thrush.

  • Fluconazole a broad-spectrum antifungal drug belonging to the triazole group that is used to treat thrush and tinea and is available for oral administration as capsules and tablets.

  • Ketoconazole, a synthetic broad-spectrum antifungal drug that is used to treat a variety of fungal infections in several parts of the body, including pityriasis of the skin, candidiasis or thrush of the mouth and vagina and also systemic fungal infections. It is available as a cream or shampoo for topical treatment and as tablets for oral administration.

Antifungal application

Antifungal medications are available as creams, gels and shampoos for topical treatment of infection of the mouth, throat, skin and scalp. They are also available as capsules and tablets for treatment of more serious fungal infections, including persistent candidiasis of the vagina, pityriasis (tinea) infection of the skin and systemic infections.
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