Ketoconazole in Ketomac cream serves as an antifungal agent that can help eliminate yeasts and fungi by interfering with the cell membranes. It works by disrupting the production of ergosterol which causes holes in the fungal cell membrane.
The cell membrane is essential for fungus to sustain on your skin as it filters unwanted substances from entering these cells and resists the inside dirt from spilling around. Ketomac cream can kill the fungi and remove the infection from the roots.
Ketomac Cream is an antifungal medication that helps in resisting the fungus growth on the skin. It is used to treat fungal and yeast infections of the skin, and it is used for topical application. The cream can be useful if your skin has ringworm (tinea corporis), jock itch (tinea cruris), athlete’s foot (tinea pedis) and dry, flaking skin, inflammatory skin condition with greasy, red, and scaly areas (seborrheic dermatitis).
Directions of Use
In the case of ringworm, you can apply Ketomac cream to the affected area once to twice a day.
If your skin has seborrheic dermatitis, apply Ketomac cream to the affected areas twice a day for four weeks or until the infection clears.
For the athlete’s foot, apply this cream one to two times a day for six weeks.
If you are sensitive to the Ketoconazole ingredient, you can avoid using the Ketomac formulation on the affected areas.
Precautions: Avoid covering affected skin areas with tight-fitting, synthetic clothing that doesn’t allow air to circulate to the skin after you apply Ketomac cream. Wear clean cotton socks and footwear that promote air circulation if applied on the feet. Keep your feet dry. Do not use other medicated skin products unless prescribed by a physician.
Storage: Store in a cool & dry place and protect from light.
Presentation: Ketomac cream is supplied in a 15 gram tube.
For External Use Only
Ketomac cream is an antifungal medication for topical application with ketoconazole in a concentration of 2% w/w. It is beneficial to relieve yeast and fungal infections on the skin.
Ketomac cream is applied for athlete’s foot, jock itch, ringworm, cutaneous candidiasis, and for red, scaly, and greasy inflammatory skin conditions.
To apply Ketomac cream to ringworm, you can use this cream once or twice a day on the affected area.
To apply this cream to adult jock itch, you can apply it twice a day for two weeks to improve the condition.
In the case of adult seborrheic dermatitis dose, you can use the cream twice a day for four weeks.
Before applying any medications, consult with the dermatologist first.
If your skin is hypersensitive to the ketoconazole or excipient ingredients of the formulation of Ketomac cream, you should avoid using or connect with the doctors first.