Luliconazole is a salt in Lulimentin Cream that is used to treat fungal skin infections. Luliconazole is a topical antifungal that is used to treat skin infections. It acts by damaging the cell membrane of the fungi on the skin, killing them. Athletes’ feet, dhobie Itch, thrush, ringworm, and dry, flaky skin are all treated with this. It works by killing the fungi that are responsible for these diseases.
Other medicines you take by mouth or injection are unlikely to alter how this medicine works, but consult your doctor if you’ve recently used another steroid-containing medicine or had an allergic response to another antifungal medicine. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, see your doctor before using this medication.
Lulimentin Cream should be used according to your doctor’s instructions for dosage and duration. Do not use it more frequently or in larger amounts than suggested; this will not help you get better faster and may even worsen the adverse effects. After 2 to 4 weeks of usage, most skin infections will improve. If your situation does not improve, contact your doctor. Keeping the affected region clean and dry, as well as washing hands before and after usage will help the treatment work better. If you have an athlete’s foot, thoroughly wash your socks or tights and, if feasible, change your shoes every day.
The most common side effects of this medicine include burning sensation, irritation, itching, and redness at the site of application. It may also cause dryness, peeling, or blistering of the skin. These are not usually serious and resolve with time. Call your doctor if these persist or bother you.
Is Lulimentin Cream safe in Pregnancy?
Luliconazole Cream should be avoided during pregnancy as there is no data to support its safety in pregnancy. However, you should consult your doctor who will evaluate the benefits versus risks to your unborn baby if it is necessary to use Luliconazole.
What if you Forget to use Lulimentin Cream?
If you miss a dose of LuliconazoleCream, apply it as soon as possible. However, if it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and go back to your regular schedule. Do not double the dose.