Compounding For Athlete's Foot

Miconazole 2%, Ibuprofen 2%, Urea 40% Cream

-Apply to affected area twice daily.

Related Data:
Cutis. 2004 May;73(5):355-7

Moccasin tinea pedis is a chronic dermatophyte infection of the foot that is recalcitrant to topical antifungal therapy. The topical antifungals used as sole therapy are generally ineffective because the scale on the plantar surface impedes or limits the absorption of the antifungal agent. The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of 40% urea cream as an adjunct to topical antifungals in the treatment of moccasin tinea pedis. A total of 12 patients with moccasin tinea pedis were treated with 40% urea cream once daily and ciclopirox cream twice daily. Patients then were evaluated after 2 to 3 weeks of treatment for the presence of erythema, scaling, and pruritus. After 2 to 3 weeks, a 100% cure rate was achieved in the 12 patients treated with topical 40% urea cream and ciclopirox cream concomitantly.

Related Compounds:

Tranilast 1% in Tea Tree Oil Liquid Talc

- This combination can be applied to help decrease moisture. Tea Tree Oil has be known to have anti-fungal properties while Tranilast can help with local irritation due to its potent mast cell stabilizing activity. This cream should be applied twice daily to the affected area. When used in combination with our Miconazole/Ibuprofen/Urea cream, the tea tree oil cream should be applied after the application of the main anti-fungal.

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