Abzorb Antifungal Soap


Manufacturer: Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd Salt Compositions: Clotrimazole (1% w/w)
Quantity: 100 gm in 1 box
Storage: Store below 30°C


Information About Abzorb Antifungal Soap

Abzorb Antifungal Soap is a type of antifungal soap. It treats fungal skin illnesses like ringworm, athlete’s foot, diaper rash, sweat rash, and vaginal thrush. It kills fungus by damaging their cell membranes.

Abzorb Antifungal Soap is only for external usage. You should take it in the dose and for the duration prescribed by your doctor. To get the most out of this treatment, it should be used on a daily basis. If you use more than you need, you may experience greater adverse effects. Inform your doctor if your problem persists for more than four weeks or worsens at any time. The effects of this medication might be enhanced by keeping the afflicted area clean and dry, as well as cleaning hands before and after treatment. If you have an athlete’s foot, wash your socks or tights completely and, if feasible, change your shoes daily.

Common side effects include skin irritation, redness, and itching at the application site. Inform your doctor if the adverse effects worry you or do not go away. Some people experience severe allergic reactions that necessitate immediate medical intervention. Rash, swelling of the lips, throat, or face, swallowing or breathing issues, dizziness, and nausea are all symptoms. If this occurs, get emergency assistance.

Other medicines you take by mouth or injection are unlikely to alter how it works, but consult your doctor before using it if you have previously used a comparable medicine and experienced an allergic response. This medication should only be used if absolutely necessary during pregnancy.

Abzorb Antifungal Soap Uses

  • Treatment of Fungal skin infections

Abzorb Antifungal Soap Benefits

In Treatment of Fungal skin infections

Abzorb Antifungal Soap is a type of antifungal medication. It destroys and stops fungal growth. This alleviates the infection’s symptoms. It can be used to treat ringworm, athlete’s foot, fungal diaper rash, and fungal sweat rash. Even if your symptoms have subsided, you should continue to take it for as long as it is suggested. This will keep the infection from returning. Taking this medication as directed will relieve discomfort and irritation and may make you feel more at ease with your skin.

Abzorb Antifungal Soap Side Effects

Most side effects do not require any medical attention and disappear as your body adjusts to the medicine. Consult your doctor if they persist or if you’re worried about them

Common side effects of Abzorb

  • Blisters
  • Skin peeling
  • Swelling
  • Application site irritation

How to Use Abzorb Antifungal Soap

Usage it as directed by your doctor or consult the label before usage.


Q1. I’ve begun using Abzorb Antifungal Soap. When can I expect to see noticeable improvements?

Itching and pain from a skin infection should go away after a few days of treatment. However, indications like redness and scaling may take longer to fade. Even if you feel better, do not stop taking this medication before the time prescribed by your doctor.

Q2. Is Abzorb Antifungal Soap effective for contraception?

Rubber contraceptives, such as diaphragms and condoms, may be less effective while using Abzorb Antifungal Soap. If you use Abzorb Antifungal Soap on the vulva or penis, you should use alternative means of contraception for at least 5 days after applying the cream.

Q3. Are there any steps that should be taken to expedite recovery?

Keep the afflicted skin regions clean and dry, but avoid rubbing excessively. You may feel the want to scratch due to irritation, but resist because scratching will damage the skin’s surface and allow the infection to grow further. Do not share towels, bath mats, or other personal items with others as you may spread the virus to them.

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