Description:Daktarin cream is a broad spectrum antifungal product. It treats common fungal and candidal skin infections. Daktarin cream is non greasy and will not stain your clothing or footwear. Whether you're a frequent gym user or just someone who's on their feet all ... more
Newest Review: ... a lot of medicines you cannot take whilst you are breastfeeding. She recommended Daktarin cream as this was safe to use ... more
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Customer Daktarin Reviews (6)
by - written on 28/06/10 (Very useful, 580 readings)
Yes, I am writing a review about Athlete's Foot cream, not the most pleasant thing to write a review about I know, so I would advise you to stop what you're eating before you read anymore!! ***WHAT IS ATHLETE'S FOOT?*** Athlete's foot is a fungal infection that is extremely infectious so anyone can pick it up. It is transmitted mostly in moist areas such as showers or communal changing rooms. Once the fungal spores have been transferred onto the feet, they thrive in the warm, moist areas between the toes. It's not very common but you can also get this in the groin area as well! You will find that the skin soon becomes inflamed an itchy and some flaking or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/01/12 (Very useful, 340 readings)
Over my recent pregnancy and now the winter I have really ignored my feet and as such developed a bit of a nasty case of athletes foot. It was probably because during my pregnancy I couldn't actually see my feet or reach my feet so all thoughts of actually tending to them went out of the window but anyway, with spring hopefully nearly around the corner I wanted to start to take care of my feet and this horrible problem so I can wear flip flops again. So what actually is athletes foot? Well, according to an article I read, athlete's foot is a fungal infection of the foot caused usually by one of 3 different types of fungi. There are quite a few symptoms too and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/10, updated on 01/06/10 (Very useful, 1365 readings)
-Introduction- After suffering for YEARS with veruca's, I finally set aside embarrasment and went to the doctors. For years I was a keen swimmer and very prone to verucas. I got fed up with putting cream on all the time that didn't work. So I just ignored them. The doctor said they were so bad, that cream might not even work! But anyway he gave me this to try and see how I went on. The cream can work for both even though it is advertised for athletes foot. -The product- It is described as 'prescription strength' and contains 2% miconazole nitrate. It also contains a moisturiser to help cracked skin in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/08 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I bought 30g of Daktarin dual action cream from Boots and it cost £4.25 - well actually cost nothing as I used my Boots Advantage Card. I won't go into detail but felt sure that it was athlete's foot I was suffering from - you know - all that itching between the toes..... Well, after ten days I can honestly say there is a great improvement and have not used any other product so I need to thank Daktarin. The tube is a handy size the packaging is predominantly yellow with blue and red and a picture of a blue foot so cannot really be missed! The tube clearlt states that it is a cream for athlete's foot and should be used ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/03/12, updated on 03/03/12 (Very useful, 226 readings)
For those of you who read my reviews regularly, you'll be very aware that I have a massive foot problem. One of my biggest bugbears, and something which I have sadly suffered since I hit puberty, is athlete's foot. I try and have tried just about every foot cream, spray and ointment going and one of the ones I use fairly regularly is Daktarin Athletes' Foot Cream which I buy in a 30g tube and it costs me £5.65 from Boots. The tube lasts me roughly about a month but then I do have to use it every day. My dear other half also suffers from very similar foot problems to me and we have to ensure that we do not share towels (or creams and ointments) and that we both wear socks Read the complete review
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