Usage instructions Tinedol
Successful treatment is guaranteed in full compliance with the instructions for use cream from fungal infection on my feet Tinedol:
- Wash your feet in warm water with soap, dry gently with a towel.
- Apply a thin layer to the skin of feet and nails, carefully RUB it careful massaging movements until fully absorbed. At 1 foot you will need about 2 cm of the cream.
The cream should be used with the course the duration of which must be at least 2-3 weeks. Apply the cream from fungal infection Tinedol you need to complete disappearance of the unpleasant symptoms of mycosis. Between courses you need to take breaks in 5-7 days.
Attention! During treatment of an infection drug is recommended as often as you change your socks, stockings, tights and other underwear, having direct contact with the skin of the feet. This will prevent re-infection, the result will be positive and prompt. It is also necessary to thoroughly dry and ventilate the shoes when it is wet.
Indications for use Tinedol
Cream Tinedol demonstrates high efficacy in the treatment of mycosis foot skin, and also lesions of the nails. With advanced forms of the disease it is prescribed as part of an integrated treatment in addition to other drugs.
Due to the unique composition of this cream is one of the best means of prevention from fungal infection on my feet. Regular application of the risk of Contracting the disease is minimized. This drug is use to people after visiting public places where there is a high probability to get infected by virus like: saunas, pools, showers in sports halls.
Contraindications to the use of Tinedol
The drug has no contraindications, as it contained components do not cause any side effects. In the instructions to the tool you can find information about what cream should be discarded only in one case – if you are hypersensitive to one or several components.
Cream Tinedol need to be stored in a dark, dry place, keep away from children (if swallowed dangerous!). Storage temperature should be at least +5°C and not above +25°C.