• Highly effective cream for most fungal infections
• One of the best-priced options for treating athlete's foot
• Easy to apply, doesn't leave greasy film on your fingers
Generic brand, and it takes a bit longer to treat than some products.
Details: This product is made with Clotrimazole, a fungistatic agent that disrupts the membrane development of fungal cells rather than killing off the fungi (fungicide). This means it has a slower treatment time than other medications (Terbinafine, for example). However, it's faster-acting than Tolnaftate, and has a higher success rate. It's effective not just for athlete's foot, but can be used for jock itch, ringworm, and most other fungal infections.
The 1% concentration of Clotrimazole is the same as you get from brand name creams like Lotrimin, but this 5-pack of generic (store brand) anti-fungal cream is far cheaper.
Applying the cream is easy: simply squeeze the tube and apply the cream to your toenails and the skin between your toes. It doesn't leave a greasy film on your hands or feet, and there's no nasty fragrance. The risk of skin irritation is low, so it's good for those with sensitivity to medicated creams. All in all, the best choice for dealing with your athlete's foot!
Price: At just over $8 for a 5-pack of cream, this is one of the best-priced products on our list. Add in its high effectiveness, and you've got an awesome option for treating your fungal infection.
- Rated #1 in 6 Best Athlete's Foot Treatment Creams