How to use
If available from your doctor or pharmacist, read the Patient Information before you start using Luliconazole and any time you refill. Ask your doctor or pharmacist if you have any queries regarding this medication.
Direction and use:
- Clean your hands after applying the drug. Do not cover, bandage, or wrap the area unless instructed by your doctor.
- Do not use this medicine on the eyes, mouth, or vagina.
- Use this drug daily to make the most of the benefits. Use it at the same time every day to help you recall.
- Continue to take this drug until the recommended dose is full, even though the symptoms disappear after a few days. Stopping medication too early can lead to a return of infections
If you use this product daily and skip a dose, use it as soon as you recall it. If it is near the next dosage, skip the previous dosage and use the next dosage daily. Do not double the dose to recover the missed dose.
Store this at room temperature in-around 59-86 degrees F and store it away from heat and light. Don't freeze it. Don't store it in the toilet. Keep all drugs away from pets and children.
Frequently Asked Questions:
The antifungal activity of Luliconazole is comparable to, if not superior to, that of terbinafine. Even when used for a short time, Luliconazole 1 percent cream is beneficial.
LUZU Cream is a prescription drug used topically (on the skin) to treat athlete's foot between the feet (interdigital tinea pedis), contact dermatitis (tinea cruris), and fungus (tinea corporis) in adults 18 and older.
Do not use this medication to treat a skin problem that a doctor has not evaluated.