Adult incontinence can lead to problems with the skin, including incontinence-associated dermatitis, or IAD. By using these antifungal ointments and creams from Parentgiving, it's easier for adults and their caregivers to keep infections at bay. Our selection of products includes some of the most trusted names in the industry, such as Aloe Vesta antifungal ointment and Medline antifungal cream.
Antifungal treatments work by creating a protective barrier on the skin and promoting faster healing. These products can be used to help prevent or relieve superficial fungal infections and the discomfort and pain often associated with them. Each antifungal tube contains a calming combination of ingredients that provides a great deal of relief when gently applied to the skin.
When dealing with IAD an antifungal cream is an essential solution that can help protect the skin from frequent exposure to urine or feces. In addition to being an effective OTC IAD treatment, it can also address the symptoms of ringworm, athlete's foot, jock itch and other common fungal and bacterial issues.
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Relieves superficial fungal infections such as yeast, jock itch, ring work, athtlete\
Treats all superficial fungal infections. Relieves athlete`s foot, ringworm, jock itch & skin problems due to bowel and/or bladder incontinence. 2 oz tubes and 5 oz tubes available
Antifungal powder used for treatment of most superficial skin infections. 3 oz. bottle. Available individually or in a case of 12.
Remedy Antifungal Cream helps treat the most common fungal infections. 4 oz. tube.
For all skin irritations due to fungal infections. Clear ointment. 5 oz.
Antifungal Cream by Medline. Lightly scented. Protects the skin from a variety of Fungi. 5 Oz Tube.
Remedy brand antifungal powder with thytoplex. 3 ounces.
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Fungal infections are common because they often stem from yeast that naturally lives on the body. Fungal infections can occur almost anywhere, but they tend to develop in moist, warm areas, such as between the toes or in the genital folds where the yeast can easily multiply. These infections have different names, depending on where on the body they occur. Ringworm develops on the top layer of your skin—it’s an itchy, red ring-shaped rash with healthy-looking skin in the middle (and has nothing to do with a worm). Athlete's foot or tinea pedis develops in the moist areas between your toes and jock itch develops in the folds of the genital areas.
An over-the-counter antifungal cream, ointment, lotion, powder or spray can treat many mild fungal infections. One of the most widely available antifungal medications is miconazole, available in a 1- or 2- percent strength. Other active ingredients in over-the- counter antifungal creams are tolnaftate, butenafine, clotrimazole and terbinafine.
In addition to combating the infection, an antifungal cream or ointment will protect the integrity of your skin. Choose a formula that meets the needs of your skin type and can be easily applied to cover the affected area and gently rubbed in.
The more oil or emollients in the antifungal cream, the better the protective barrier it creates for your skin, especially useful if you’re managing incontinence at the same time. For example, Critic-Aid Clear Antifungal Moisture Barrier is clear in appearance and protects skin from irritation due to incontinence. Baza Antifungal Barrier Cream's zinc oxide-based formulation with 2 percent miconazole nitrate inhibits fungal growth and treats the infection as it provides a soothing skin barrier against moisture.
Medicated powders will help keep your feet dry to correct the moisture imbalance that often leads to athlete’s foot. Micro-Guard Antifungal Powder puts 2-percent miconazole nitrate in a non-caking cornstarch base that will treat most superficial skin infections caused by yeast, including jock itch, ringworm and athlete's foot.
Always follow package directions for the best results.