Clotrimazole

Clotrimazole is an antifungal cream which is used to treat infections caused by fungi, such as ringworm, athlete’s foot, thrush, and jock itch.

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What is Clotrimazole Cream?  Clotrimazole cream belongs to a group of antifungals known as imidazoles. You can buy Clotrimazole cream over the counter in two dosages: i) Clotrimazole 1, Clotrimazole 1%w/w  ii) Clotrimazole 2, Clotrimazole 2%w/w  Clotrimazole is available as a generic medicine, however, there are several brands available in the UK, the most widely available brand is Canesten Hydrocortisone, which contains Clotrimazole and Hydrocortisone or Canesten Thrush Duo. Clotrimazole cream is used for treating fungal skin infections such as ringworm and jock itch and thrush. The cream attacks the fungi, eventually clearing the skin of any fungal infections  Many people mistakenly believe that clotrimazole can effectively treat eczema and psoriasis due to their similar characteristics to fungal infections. However, it’s important to note that clotrimazole is not an effective solution for curing these skin conditions. However, you can find affordable medications for eczema and psoriasis at Meds for Less.    Can you buy Clotrimazole cream over the counter?   Yes, Clotrimazole 1 (Clotrimazole 1%w/w) and Clotrimazole 2 (Clotrimazole 2%w/w) are commonly available antifungal creams, which can be conveniently purchased over the counter without the need for a prescription.    Clotrimazole Cream Cautions  Do not use Clotrimazole 1% Cream if you are allergic to Clotrimazole or any of its other ingredients. A list of ingredients can be found within the patient information leaflet.  If you do experience an allergic reaction, stop using Clotrimazole Cream and let your doctor know immediately. In the case of serious reactions, go straight to your nearest accident and emergency department. Remember to take the packaging and any remaining medicine with you, so that the doctors treating you know exactly what was taken.  Signs of an allergic reaction may include:  i) Breathing or swallowing problems  ii) Rash  iii) Nausea  iv) Feeling faint or dizzy, weakness  v) Swelling of the throat, face, tongue, or lips  Don’t put Clotrimazole in your mouth or swallow the medicine. If you, or somebody else, swallows the medicine.  

How Does Clotrimazole Cream Work? 

Clotrimazole Cream works by targeting and eliminating yeast and fungal infections. It achieves this by disrupting the production of ergosterol, a vital substance necessary for its survival.  By inhibiting ergosterol synthesis, clotrimazole weakens the cell structure, leading to cell death and the subsequent eradication of the infection.   

Clotrimazole Cream Side Effects  

If you have obtained this medication without a prescription, it is crucial to review the Patient Information Leaflet (PLS). Should you have any concerns or questions regarding the leaflet, it is strongly advised to consult a doctor or pharmacist for further clarification and guidance.  Side effects could include: 
  • Rash 
  • Itching 
  • Discomfort 
  • Blisters 
  • Irritation 
  • Swelling 
  • Peeling of skin 
  • Redness of skin 
These symptoms could indicate you’re allergic to the cream.  If you experience any side effects, whether listed here or in the patient information leaflet, speak to your doctor or consult a pharmacist for advice. You can find your nearest pharmacy using the NHS’ Find A Pharmacy service.  

How Do I Use Clotrimazole Cream? 

To use Clotrimazole skin cream: 

  1. Pierce the tube seal before using it by putting the cap upside down over the end of the tube and pressing it. 
  2. Thoroughly wash your hands before applying the cream. This will keep the infection from spreading. 
  3. Apply Clotrimazole evenly and thinly to the affected area, two or three times a day, and rub it gently. 
  4. Squeeze the length of cream out onto your finger. 
  5. Be sure to apply the cream to all skin areas with fungal infections. 
Do not rub Clotrimazole cream vigorously, as this can irritate your skin. Avoid applying the cream to areas of healthy skin.  Always wash your hands after you use Clotrimazole to help prevent the spread of the infection to other body areas.  Use a separate towel to dry your hands from other individuals until your infection clears. This will prevent you from passing the infection on to others.  For more information use the patient information leaflet.  Buy Clotrimazole Cream  While clotrimazole is available at various retailers such as Clotrimazole boots, Clotrimazole Asda and Clotrimazole Tesco, at Meds for Less, we offer a superior and more guaranteed purchasing experience. With us, you can buy clotrimazole with greater confidence, ensuring quality and affordability. 

Clotrimazole cream belongs to a group of antifungals known as imidazoles. You can buy Clotrimazole cream over the counter in two dosages:

i) Clotrimazole 1, Clotrimazole 1%w/w 

ii) Clotrimazole 2, Clotrimazole 2%w/w 

Clotrimazole is available as a generic medicine, however, there are several brands available in the UK, the most widely available brand is Canesten Hydrocortisone, which contains Clotrimazole and Hydrocortisone or Canesten Thrush Duo.

Clotrimazole cream is used for treating fungal skin infections such as ringworm and jock itch and thrush. The cream attacks the fungi, eventually clearing the skin of any fungal infections 

Many people mistakenly believe that clotrimazole can effectively treat eczema and psoriasis due to their similar characteristics to fungal infections. However, it’s important to note that clotrimazole is not an effective solution for curing these skin conditions. However, you can find affordable medications for eczema and psoriasis at Meds for Less. 

Yes, Clotrimazole 1 (Clotrimazole 1%w/w) and Clotrimazole 2 (Clotrimazole 2%w/w) are commonly available antifungal creams, which can be conveniently purchased over the counter without the need for a prescription.

Clotrimazole Cream works by targeting and eliminating yeast and fungal infections. It achieves this by disrupting the production of ergosterol, a vital substance necessary for its survival.

By inhibiting ergosterol synthesis, clotrimazole weakens the cell structure, leading to cell death and the subsequent eradication of the infection.

To use Clotrimazole skin cream: 

  1. Pierce the tube seal before using it by putting the cap upside down over the end of the tube and pressing it. 
  2. Thoroughly wash your hands before applying the cream. This will keep the infection from spreading. 
  3. Apply Clotrimazole evenly and thinly to the affected area, two or three times a day, and rub it gently. 
  4. Squeeze the length of cream out onto your finger. 
  5. Be sure to apply the cream to all skin areas with fungal infections. 

Do not rub Clotrimazole cream vigorously, as this can irritate your skin. Avoid applying the cream to areas of healthy skin. 

Always wash your hands after you use Clotrimazole to help prevent the spread of the infection to other body areas.  Use a separate towel to dry your hands from other individuals until your infection clears. This will prevent you from passing the infection on to others. 

For more information use the patient information leaflet. 

While clotrimazole is available at various retailers such as Clotrimazole boots, Clotrimazole Asda and Clotrimazole Tesco, at Meds for Less, we offer a superior and more guaranteed purchasing experience. With us, you can buy clotrimazole with greater confidence, ensuring quality and affordability.
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