Terbiface Cream

Facts of TERBIFACE CREAM

  • Brand Name: Terbiface
  • Innovator Brand Name: Lamisil
  • API: Terbinafine HCL 1%
  • Packaging: Tube
  • Strength: 15 MG
  • Manufacturer Name: Healing Pharma India Pvt Ltd.
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Description

Uses of medication: Terbiface cream is an antifungal agent used to treat infection caused due to fungus on the skin and nails. It works by inhibiting the growth of fungus and killing it that causes the infection. This drug is highly effective against a vast variety of fungus including ringworm and athlete’s foot. Along with killing the fungus it also relieves the symptoms caused due to fungal growth.

Dosage: The cream should be applied to the infected area directly in the form of a thin layer. The affected area should be washed and dried before applying the cream. The cream should be used until the infection has been cured, stopping the medication midway may lead to worsening of fungal infection.

Treatment Reactions: The most commonly reported adverse reaction due to the TERBIFACE cream include:

  • Burning
  • Itching
  • Skin peeling
  • Irritation
  • Redness

Warnings and Precautions:

  • Terbiface cream is not recommended to be used during breastfeeding.
  • Before using this drug consult with your doctor about having an allergy with any antifungal agent.
  • During pregnancy, drugs should not be used until clearly needed.
  • The cream is not recommended to be used in patients suffering from Kidney Disease.
  • Terbinafine cream also affects the ability to drive.

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Storage: The Terbinafine cream is stored at room temperature away from children. Do not store the cream at high temperatures or in direct sunlight.


Alternate Brands: Some of the common alternative brands of Terbiface cream include:


  • Terbest Cream (Systopic Laboratories Pvt Ltd)

  • Terbinaforce Cream (Mankind Pharma Ltd)

  • Tyza Cream (Abbott)

  • Trfy Cream (Hegde and Hegde Pharmaceutical LLP)

  • Terbicip Cream (Cipla Ltd)

Availability in India: The Indian Pharma helps to connect buyers with suppliers who can ship the TERBINAFINE cream worldwide as per the buyer’s requirement. The Indian Pharma offers a guarantee of quality as well as delivery for the Terbiface cream.


Buying Procedure: For buying Terbinafine cream, you just need to contact us at our Toll-free number +91 1800 889 1064 (8130290915) or Email –info@theindianpharma.com


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Why Terbiface cream is used?


Terbiface cream is an antifungal agent used for the treatment of fungus infection generally in the skin or around nails. It is helpful in the treatment of a vast variety of fungal growth including athlete’s foot and ringworm.


How does terbiface cream work?


Terbiface cream works by inhibiting the growth of fungus and subsequently killing it. This cream inhibits the basic mechanism of fungus growth.


What is the common side effect of terbiface cream?


Common side effects of the cream are burning, itching, redness, irritation, and skin peeling. These side effects are rare but if they appear then the patient should immediately consult with the doctor to avoid any severe skin disease.


Which class of medicine Terbinafine is?


Terbinafine belongs to an allylamines family of medications.