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Baza Cream Antifungal Moisture Barrier, manufactured by Coloplast, treats topical fungal infections like jock itch, ringworm and athlete's foot. Patients suffering from these fungus infections typically experience pain, itching, burning and discomfort. Antifungal Products are designed to treat the infection site, speed up the healing process and keep the infected area dry.
Fungus thrives in a moist environment which can aggravate fungal infections and cause them to spread. When fungus spreads it can cause a small irritation to turn into a big problem. Baza Cream Antifungal Moisture Barrier is available for sale from Vitality Medical and is designed to block the moisture and keep the infected area dry preventing further growth and spreading of the fungus infection.
Pain and discomfort from fungal infections can be quite annoying, a good remedy to these irritations is the use of skin care products with conditioners and treatments to soothe redness, itching and burning. Eliminating these issues can make a fungus infection more manageable and faster to heal.
Baza Cream Antifungal Moisture Barrier contains skin conditioners to soothe painful symptoms and zinc oxide to treat burning and itching associated with fungal infections. This product also contains 2% of miconazole nitrate. This active ingredient kills the fungi from the infection preventing further growth and painful aggravation so the infected site can heal. BUY Baza Cream Antifungal Moisture Barrier from Vitality Medical today.
Baza Cream Antifungal Moisture Barrier Features and Benefits
- Soothes and relieves pain from fungus related infections
- Helps block moisture to promote fungus healing
- 2 % Miconazole Nitrate active ingredient for fungus treatment
- Contains skin conditioners to soothe irritated skin
Baza Cream Antifungal Moisture Barrier Specifications
- Size: 5 oz. / 142 g or 2 oz. / 57 g
- CHG (Chlorhexidine Gluconate) approved
- Contains zinc oxide
- Baza Cream Antifungal Moisture Barrier Item Numbers: 1607, 1611
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