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Micro-Guard Antifungal Powder Miconazole Nitrate 2%, manufactured by Coloplast, treats topical fungal infections like jock itch, ringworm and athlete's foot. Patients coping with these fungal infections typically experience pain, itching, burning and discomfort. Antifungal Products are designed to treat the infection site, expedite healing and keep the infected area dry.
Pain and discomfort associated with fungal infections come from the infection itself, as well as rubbing and shearing to the infection site. Burning, cracking, scaling and peeling can also be present, in addition to blisters or softening and breaking down of the skin. An excellent remedy to these conditions is the use of an Antifungal Powder to barrier off the infection site to reduce rubbing friction and shearing. Doing so prevents further cracking and breaking down of the skin, allowing the infection site to heal.
Fungus thrives in a moist environment, which in turn can aggravate fungal infections and cause them to spread. When fungus spreads, it can transform a small irritation into a big problem. Micro-Guard Antifungal Powder Miconazole Nitrate 2% keeps the infected area dry, helping to prevent the spread and growth of infected areas.
Micro-Guard Antifungal Powder Miconazole Nitrate 2% is made up of a non-caking, corn starch base that contains 2% Miconazole nitrate. This active ingredient kills the fungi, preventing further growth and painful aggravation so the infected site can heal.
Features and Benefits:
- Pours and applies easily
- Reduces friction and shearing of the infection site
- Helps keep the infected area dry, helping prevent further growth
Micro-Guard Antifungal Powder Miconazole Nitrate 2% Specifications
- Contains 2% active ingredient Miconazole nitrate to kill fungi
- Bottle Size 3 oz. / 85g
- Microguard Antifungal Powder Item Number: 1337
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Coloplast Sub Brand Micro-Guard
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsWhat is the difference between Coloplast anti-fungal powder and miconazole nitrate and desenex?Question by: fred gren on Oct 11, 2017 8:08:00 AMWe cannot make comparisons between products on our site. We recommend speaking with a medical professional or the manufacturers for specific answers.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Dec 18, 2017 8:57:00 AM