Luliconazole 1%w/w cream
Mechanism of Action
Luliconazole is an antifungal that belongs to the azole class. Although the exact mechanism of action against dermatophytes is unknown, luliconazole appears to inhibit ergosterol synthesis by inhibiting the enzyme lanosterol demethylase. Inhibition of this enzyme’s activity by azoles results in decreased amounts of ergosterol, a constituent of fungal cell membranes, and a corresponding accumulation of lanosterol.
- Athlete’s foot
- Ring warm
- Jock Itch
Kills the fungal pathogens by interfering with the formation of the fungal cell membrane and weakening it.
Most potent against dermatophytes such as
- Trichophyton rubrum
- Microsporum gypseum
- Epidermophyton floccosumermatophytes
For topical use only. Not for ophthalmic, oral or intravaginal use.
Interdigital Tinea Pedis: Lulizit Cream, 1% should be applied to the affected and immediate surrounding area(s) once a day for two weeks.
Tinea Cruris and Tinea Corporis: Lulizit Cream, 1% should be applied to the affected skin and immediate surrounding area(s) once a day for one week.