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|Product Use : Micreme H is used on the skin to treat conditions such as tinea, athlete's foot, ringworm and thrush infections.|
|Classification : ||OTC Pharmacist Only Medicine|
(No Prescription Required)
|Manufacturer Name : Pacific Pharmaceuticals
Please note this product is a "Pharmacist Only" medicine. Before we can supply this product
we are required to ask some standard questions, for review by our pharmacist, to ensure this is the correct product
for your health needs.
Information - Micreme H
Micreme H is used on the skin to treat inflamed skin conditions such as tinea, athlete's foot, ringworm and thrush infections of the skin.
Micreme H contains two active ingredients: miconazole nitrate and hydrocortisone. It is a broad-spectrum anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory cream. Miconazole nitrate acts against fungal organisms and certain bacteria to help treat infections, while hydrocortisone reduces the irritation and redness of inflamed skin.
Wash the infected skin and dry it well each time you use the cream. As many skin conditions are infectious, you should keep a towel and a flannel for your own use so that you do not infect anyone else. After applying the cream, unless the infected skin is on your hands, wash your hands carefully to avoid spreading the infection to other parts of the body or to other people. Similarly, clothing which comes into contact with the infected areas should be washed and changed frequently.
Active Ingredients: Miconazole Nitrate B.P 2% Hydrocortisone USP 1%.
Inactive Ingredients: Octyldodecanol, cetostearyl alcohol, cetyl esters wax, sorbitan monostearate, polysorbate 60, benzyl alcohol and purified water.
Do not use Micreme H in or near the eyes.
Do not use Micreme H for acne.
Do not use Micreme H on your face, unless your doctor or pharmacist tells you to.