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image Antifungals

We all have fungi present inside our bodies and on the skin. Generally, this fungi is harmless, but if an imbalance or increase of this naturally occuring fungi occurs, it can bypass our natural resistance barriers and establish an infection.

The two most common types of fungal skin infections are yeast infections and dermatophyte infections. Fungal sweat rash (candidal intertrigo), thrush and oral thrush (oral candidiasis) are types of yeast infection, whereas athlete's foot (tinea pedis), jock itch (tinea cruris) and fungal nail infection (tinea unguium) are all types of dermatophyte infection.

The symptoms of a fungal infection of the skin can be unpleasant, but thankfully most instances can be treated quickly and effectively.

Antifungal products containing clotrimazole, miconazole, zinc undecenoate, terbinafine and tolnaftate are particularly effective against fungal skin infections.

For natural antifungal treatments, try the Australian Tea Tree or neem ranges.
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Popular Antifungals

Antifungal Medications by Active Ingredient

  • Amorolfine


    Amorolfine is a type of medicine referred to as allylamine antifungal that is commonly used to treat fungal nail infections. It is marketed as Curanail 5% Nail Lacquer in the UK.

  • Clotrimazole


    Clotrimazole is an antifungal medicine used to treat fungal and yeast infections of the skin and genitals. It is marketed as Canesten in the UK, although generic clotrimazole is also available.

  • Fluconazole


    Fluconazole is used in the treatment fungal infections, in particular those caused by Candida or Cryptococcus strains of fungi. It is commonly used to treat vaginal thrush.

  • Miconazole


    Miconazole is used to treat fungal infections of the skin. It also has some antibacterial properties.

  • Terbinafine


    Terbinafine hydrochloride is an allylamine antifungal that is particularly effective against the dermatophytes group of fungi, which cause athlete's foot, jock itch and ringworm.

  • Tolnaftate


    Tolnaftate is an antifungal agent used to treat athlete's foot, jock itch and ringworm.

Antifungal Medications by Brand

Related Conditions and Products

  • Hydrocortisone Creams

    Hydrocortisone Creams

    Although not an antifungal, hydrocortisone can provide relief from inflamation present in a fungal infection such as sweat rash and jock itch.