|Generic For||Loprox Cream|
|Generic Name||Ciclopirox Olamine|
|Manufacturer||Sun Pharmaceuticals Ltd, INDIA|
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|1 Tube/s||US$ 10.92||US$ 10.92|
|3 Tube/s||US$ 9.83||US$ 29.4810%US$ 32.76|
|5 Tube/s||US$ 9.28||US$ 46.4115%US$ 54.60|
Cwin cream 30 gm contains Ciclopirox, a topical antifungal primarily used to treat skin and nail fungal infections. It treats athlete’s foot, jock itch and ringworm of the body. Antifungal medicine inhibits the growth of fungi, thus treating the infection.
If a hypersensitivity reaction or chemical irritation should occur with Cwin cream, treatment should be discontinued, and appropriate therapy should be introduced.
It is not known whether the topical formulation is excreted in breast milk. Because many pharmaceutical agents pass into human milk, nursing women should take caution. The drug’s safety has not been established in paediatric patients below ten years.
The most frequently reported side effects in clinical trials were skin burning, sensation upon application. Other side effects include contact dermatitis, pruritis, acne, dry skin, rash, alopecia, pain, facial edema, and eye pain upon application.
Cwin is for dermatological use only. You should use it the same way your dermatologist has told you. The amount you need and how long you take it will depend on what condition you are treated for. You should normally wash and dry the affected area before applying a thin layer of antifungal cream. You should avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. Rinse it water immediately in case of accidental contact.
Gently massage the cream into the affected areas and surrounding skin twice daily, in the morning and evening, immediately after cleaning the areas to be treated with topical medications. Interdigital tinea pedis and tinea corporis should be treated for four weeks. If there is visible improvement after four weeks of treatment, the diagnosis should be reviewed.
Use the topical medicine for the full treatment even though symptoms may be improved, and notify your dermatologist if there is no improvement after four weeks. Let your doctor know if the application area shows signs of increased irritation, itching, redness, burning sensation, swelling, blistering, and burning. Avoid occlusive wrappings and dressing of the treated area.