|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$ 20.70||US$ 20.70|
|3 Tube/s||US$ 18.63||US$ 55.8910%US$ 62.10|
|5 Tube/s||US$ 17.59||US$ 87.9715%US$ 103.50|
Cwin cream 60 gm contains an antifungal agent Ciclopirox used to treat fungal infections for topical treatment of jock itch, athlete’s foot, and body ringworm. It is presumed that Ciclopirox inhibits the growth or death of fungal cells, prevents the multiplication of fungi, thus treats the fungal infection. The topical medicine is not proposed for vaginal application.
Cwin cream is contraindicated in individuals who have hypersensitivity to Ciclopirox or any of its components. If you find any other complications inform your dermatologist immediately. Consult with your dermatologist during pregnancy and lactation. The product is not recommended to children below ten years of age. If you are already using any steroidal cream, lotion, or ointment, inform your doctor before using Cwin cream to adjust the dose. Do not use this antifungal cream for more than prescribed doses or for a prolonged time as it may cause side effects. You are not allowed to wrap or cover the affected areas with bandages or dressing unless advised by your dermatologist. Make sure you do not apply the formulation on broken skin or cuts.
Cwin is well tolerated, with a low incidence of side effects reported in clinical trials. These included pruritis at the application site, worsening clinical symptoms and mild to severe burning reported in a few cases.
Cwin cream is intended for dermatological use only. As per your condition, the dermatologist will advise the proper dose and duration of the application. Before application, clean & dry the affected area. It is advised to check the prescription before applications and carefully follow the instructions given by your dermatologist. Do not apply more than the prescribed amount. Gently rub the cream into the affected areas and surrounding skin twice a day. If you do not see any improvement after four weeks of treatment, talk to your dermatologist. You are advised to use the cream for as long as prescribed, depending on your medical condition.