Instructions for use Exodermin

No strict dosage when used, clinical trials have not revealed the negative consequences of prolonged exposure to the cream on the skin. But for best effect, you need to use Exodermin according to the instructions.

How to use for dermomycosis

Exodermin cream is applied to the affected area

In case of mild infection, it is enough to apply the cream to the damaged area on the toes or feet 2 times a day for at least 2 weeks. With severe lesions, this period can be increased to 4-6 months. Quantitatively, a drop of product is enough, it is undesirable to leave too thick a layer on the surface of the skin, it will not be absorbed. The cream -forming essential oil covers the affected area with a water -repellent film, allowing the active ingredient to penetrate deep into the tissue and destroy fungal microorganisms and their spores for 20 hours. It is now the most effective fungicide in Austria.

How to use with onychomycosis

Human nails look small and many think that they are the same size. But in fact, the nail plate goes deep into the phalanx. The danger of onychomycosis lies in the fact that the fungus spreads throughout the nail area, even destroying its interior. In case of nail fungus infection, the following rules for using Exodermin should be followed:

  1. If possible, remove (cut, scrape) the outside of the modified nail plate. This is done to facilitate the penetration of the active ingredient deep into the tissue. In this case, the instrument must be disinfected.
  2. Wash and dry the nails.
  3. Apply the cream to the affected area and adjacent parts of the fingers 2 times a day. It does not make sense to rub more often, because the drug has a long -lasting effect due to cumulative effects.

The minimum course of treatment lasts for 14 days. In case of extension, the period of use of Exodermin should be at least 4 months.

Instructions for use of cream Exodermin

  • excessive sweating;
  • unpleasant smell;
  • redness;
  • itching, burning;
  • cracked appearance;
  • dead skin;
  • pustules (purulent blisters);
  • yellowing and thickening of nails;
  • violation of the structure of the nail plate;
  • delamination and destruction of nails.


Cream against foot fungus is not recommended for pregnant women, during lactation (the active ingredient easily penetrates cell membranes), children under 3 years of age, as well as people with individual intolerance to the ingredient. Avoid creams on the eyes and open wounds, if exposed, rinse with cold running water.