Our formula with Clotrimazole inhibits the growth of fungal cells by altering the cell wall permeability curing most ringworm
Relieves itching, redness, irritation and discomfort
Easy to use, not greasy cream
Addresses ringworm caused by numerous origins including bedding, clothing, locker rooms, and more
Capacity (Volume): .5 fl oz (US)
Product Warning: Keep out of reach of children
Product Form: Cream
Primary Active Ingredient: Clotrimazole
Primary active ingredient percentage: .1
Item Number (DPCI): 245-07-1279
Origin: Made in the USA
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What is Ringworm? Also known as “dermatophytosis” or “tinea”, it is a fungal infection of the skin. Typically, it results in a red, itchy, scaly, circular rash. Several areas of skin can be affected at a given time. Anyone can get ringworm. The fungi that cause this infection can live on the skin and on household items such as clothing, towels, and bedding. It can be spread through direct or indirect contact with an infected area, pets, or object. Fungi thrive in moist, warm areas, such as locker rooms, tanning beds, swimming pools, etc. Treat with Silka Ringworm Cream. Our formula with Clotrimazole inhibits the growth of fungal cells by altering the cell wall permeability curing most ringworm.
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