Daktarin Activ Athlete'S Foot Spray Powder 100G
Daktarin Aktiv Spray Powder contains miconazole nitrate. This is an 'antifungal' for treatment, relief and protection against athlete's foot.
Adults and children.
You must be at least 16 years old to purchase this product.
How to use
Please read the enclosed leaflet carefully before use.
Wash the affected area and dry it well.
Shake the can well.
Hold the can 3 inches from your skin and generously spray the affected area.
You can also spray inside your socks and shoes.
Use twice a day until your affected areas of skin look normal.
Regular use helps protect from reinfection.
Hazards and Cautions
Keep out of reach and sight of children.
Before you use this spray
Do not use the spray if you are allergic to any of the ingredients listed below.
Do not use the spray on nails, hair or broken skin.
Do not allow the spray to enter your eyes, nose or openings of your body.
Inhaling the spray may irritate your airways.
If a large amount is breathed in, see a doctor straight away.
This is particularly important for infants and children.
If you are taking medicines that thin your blood (anticoagulants) as well as using Daktarin Aktiv spray powder, your doctor may want to check
that the anticoagulants are still working properly.
If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or breast feeding, talk to your doctor before using the spray.
Daktarin is for cutaneous use only (applied to the skin).
Stop using the spray and contact your doctor straight away if you get swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat, have itchy skin or difficulty breathing. This is very rare.
You may be allergic to Daktarin Aktiv spray powder if you get a rash, itching, redness, swelling or a burning feeling anywhere on your body each time you use it. This is very rare.
Rarely, the skin where you apply the spray can become irritated, or if you have used too much.
If irritation seems serious to you, stop using the spray and talk to your doctor.
If you notice any other side-effects not listed here, please tell your pharmacist or doctor.