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Why Ketazol?

Ketazol contains the widely used and recommended antifungal agent called ketoconazole, which is the mainstay in treatment of fungal skin infection and dandruff.

Firstly, Ketazol is useful in fungal infections on the scalp (dandruff), face, and chest (seborrheic dermatitis). Secondly, it treats sun fungus (small, discolored patches on the body). Thirdly, it is also used in the treatment of fungal infection between toes (Athlete’s Foot), groin area (Jock itch), and skin folds (Sweat Rash).

Ketazol contains ketoconazole 2%. Specifically, ketoconazole is clinically proven in reducing itching, scaling, and flaking. These are the most troublesome symptoms of dandruff and fungal skin infections.

Ketoconazole present in Ketazol starts showing improvement as soon as treatment begins. Thus, it provides a faster cure from fungal skin infections.

Ketazol is available as a cream, shampoo, and lotion. Cream and lotion are suitable for the treatment of fungal infection on the foot, groin area, or skin folds. Shampoo is suitable for treating dandruff and sun fungus. Thus, it caters to each type of fungal skin infection.

Ketazol cream, shampoo and lotion are convenient to use with less frequent application needed e.g. twice a week in the case of dandruff and twice a day in the case of other fungal skin infections. In other words, this ensures therapy compliance.

Finally, Ketazol is a quality product manufactured at a WHO approved facility.

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Symptoms

Dandruff (seborrheic dermatitis)

  • Dandruff is a skin condition characterized by the appearance of skin flakes on scalp, hair, eyebrows, beard, and shoulder.
  • Common causes include irritated, oily skin or dry skin, as well as fungus infection and eczema of scalp.
  • The most common symptom is an itchy scalp. Furthermore, this leads to redness in the itchy area of scalp.
  • Treat mild dandruff with anti-dandruff shampoo. However, in severe cases, a medicated shampoo containing antifungal agent is required. Ketazol products include a medicated shampoo.

Sun fungus (tinea versicolor)

  • Sun fungus is a common fungal skin infection leading to small, discolored patches on the skin. Generally, these are lighter or darker than the surrounding skin.
  • Interestingly, it occurs more commonly in teens and young adults and commonly affects shoulders and trunk.
  • Sun exposure makes the tinea versicolor more apparent that’s why the name is sun fungus.
  • It is not contagious but sometimes causes emotional distress or self-consciousness.
  • Treat sun fungus with a topical antifungal agent, which is available in the form of cream, shampoo or lotion. However, it can reoccur especially in warm or humid weather. Keep Ketazol on hand for these reoccurrences.

Athlete’s foot (tinea pedis)

  • Athlete’s foot is a contagious fungal skin infection that occurs on the feet, between the toes.
  • Firstly, the most common complaint is itchy, white patches between the toes. Secondly, the other complaints are sore and flaky patches, scaly, peeling or cracked skin. Lastly, burning, stinging, or blister formation.
  • Individual who wears tight-fitting (nonbreathable) shoes, sweats heavily, close contact with infected person, walks bare foot in public areas, is at an increased risk of developing Athlete’s foot.
  • It is treated by topical antifungal agent, which is available in the form of cream, powder or lotion.

Jock itch (tinea cruris)

  • Jock itch is the contagious fungal skin infection that occurs most commonly in the groin, inner thigh and butt crack.
  • It causes red, itchy, scaly patches in the affected areas.
  • The risk of developing jock itch is high in males, people who wear tight fitting underwear, overweight individuals and people who sweat heavily. Additionally, people who have weakened immune systems and diabetes.
  • Treat jock itch with topical antifungal agents which are available in the form of cream, powder or lotion.

Yeast skin infection (sweat rash)

  • A fungus called Candida albicans causes yeast skin infections.
  • It commonly occurs in warm, moist, creased areas of body, armpits and groin area.
  • The common symptoms include red, scaly, moist patches on the skin, itching or burning and also irritation or tenderness.
  • Treat yeast skin infection with a topical antifungal agent, such as Ketazol.

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