TineaRx Antifungal Drying Emulsion

TineaRx Antifungal Drying Emulsion

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TineaRx is a unique, ultra-premium, antifungal drying emulsion that helps to relieve symptoms of fungal skin infections (Tinea). TineaRx accomplishes this in two ways:

1) Helping to eradicate harmful fungal flora from the skin

2) Eliminating excess moisture on the skin surface

TineaRx uses a dual ingredient system consisting of Clotrimazole (antifungal agent) and Aluminum Octenyl Succinate (drying agent). TineaRx is also indicated for Hyperhidrosis - abnormally increased sweating - due to its drying properties.


TineaRx is useful as an adjunct in the treatment of Onychomycosis when used on the skin around the nails as it inhibits migration of fungal flora from the skin to the nail. Ongoing clinical studies suggest that Aluminum Octenyl Succinate may potentiate the effects of Undecylenic Acid - the active ingredient in the OnychoRx nail pen. Our scientists believe that the OnychoRx nail pen should be used with TineaRx cream for best results in the management of Onychomycosis.

  • Skin Fungus / Athlete’s Foot Facts

    • Fungal infections of the skin can occur in many locations including, but not limited to, the feet, underarms, groin and torso.
    • Common Names for Fungal infections of the skin:
      • Athlete’s foot (Tinea Pedis)
      • Ringworm
      • Jock Itch
      • Tinea Versicolor
      • Athlete’s foot (Tinea Pedis) most often affects the areas between the toes and the sides and bottoms of the feet – called Mocassin distribution
      • Athlete’s foot is more prevalent in those with excessive perspiration, as well as those suffering cracks, abrasions or friction to the skin
      • Athlete’s foot does not only occur in athletes
      • Athlete’s foot can be highly contagious
      • Tinea Pedis causes a rash to the skin including
        • Redness
        • Itching
        • Scaling
        • Blister formation
        • Sometimes dry, flaky skin
      • Lab tests can confirm or rule out the presence of a fungus infection of the involved skin

    Treatment and Prevention

    • Athlete’s Foot Treatment
      • Topical creams / ointments / sprays
      • Drying emulsions / wipes / antiperspirants
      • Topical steroids
      • Oral antifungal drugs
      • Ways to prevent Athlete’s foot
        • Change socks regularly to limit moisture
        • Use of drying agents to decrease sweat build up on the skin
        • Regularly washing your feet and making sure they are fully dry before applying socks
        • Wearing slippers in public pools, locker rooms & showers
        • Avoid sharing socks and shoes with others

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