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S18 MAX Ringworm Antifungal Cream 50ml

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S18 MAX Ringworm Antifungal Cream 50ml

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Quick Overview

Our Ringworm Treatment Cream is 100% gentle, using natural ingredients to help protect and heal the skin.
The Key Active Ingredients include –


-Chamomile extract – aids anti viral healing and calms the itch cycle
-Raspberry extract – soothing and gentle
-Oatmeal extract – calms the affected area
-Lemon oil – antifungal and aids anti viral healing
-Bergamot oil - antifungal and aids anti viral healing
-Tea tree oil - antifungal and aids anti viral healing
-Lavender oil – calms the affected area



Directions for Use
Gently massage into affected skin as needed daily. If symptoms persist, consult your doctor. Do not use near eyes. Keep away from children. Seek medical attention if swallowed or if in contact with eyes. Do not use if pregnant or breast feeding. If in doubt contact a doctor.


Ingredients
Aqua, palm free vegetable glycerin, emulsifying wax NF (cetearyl alcohol & polysorbate 60), avocado oil, organic olive oil (olea europaea), organic coconut oil (cocos nucifera), organic shea butter (butyrospermum parkii), organic macadamia oil (macadamia ternifolia), palm stearic acid, xanthan gum, organic chamomile extract (anthemis nobili flower oil), organic raspberry extract (rubus idaeus), oatmeal (avena sativa), Lemon oil, Bergamot oil, Tea tree oil, Lavender oil, organic plum kernel extract (prunus domestica), phenoxyethanol, ethylhexylglycerin.




What is Ringworm?

Ringworm is a fungal skin infection. (It is not due to a worm as its name implies!) There are many types of fungal germs (fungi) and some can infect the skin, nails, and hair. Fungal infections are also known as "tinea" or "dermatophyte infections" or "dermatophytosis".

How it spreads The fungi are tiny spores tough enough to survive for months on your skin, in soil or on household objects, such as combs or towels. They thrive in heat and moisture, which helps them to grow and explains why they are often spread in swimming pool changing rooms and communal showers. The spores can be spread in four different ways: -Human-to-human contact -Human-to-animal contact – for example, by stroking an infected dog or cat -Human-to-object contact – both animals and humans can leave traces of fungi spores on objects and surfaces, such as towels, clothing, bed linen, combs or brushes -Human-to-soil contact – less commonly, it can develop after lengthy exposure to infected soil As an adult, you can become a carrier of a scalp infection without developing any symptoms. This is because your body has usually developed a defence against the infection by the time you reach adulthood.

If you’re a carrier of a fungal infection, you can unknowingly pass the condition on to children, who may then go on to develop symptoms.

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