Cosmetic Corner

Cosmetic Corner: Dermatologists Weigh in on Athlete’s Foot Products

Leading dermatologists offered their recommendations on the top athlete’s foot products. See what they’re recommending to their patients and why.


 

To improve patient care and outcomes, leading dermatologists offered their recommendations on athlete’s foot products. Consideration must be given to:

  • LamisilAT Cream
    GlaxoSmithKline plc
    “I recommend Lamisil Cream twice daily for 2 to 4 weeks.”— Gary Goldenberg, MD, New York, New York
  • LamisilAT Spray
    GlaxoSmithKline plc
    “This product is effective in treating fungus and allows for easy application with the ability of the spray to reach broad areas of the feet, including within the toe webs.”—Jeannette Graf, MD, New York, New York
  • Tinactin Athlete’s Foot Powder Spray
    Bayer
    “I recommend all my patients with tinea pedis to spray this product in their shoes.”—Gary Goldenberg, MD, New York, New York
  • Zeasorb Athlete’s Foot
    Stiefel Laboratories, Inc
    “I recommend this powder to treat tinea pedis and to prevent recurrences in patients who have been treated for onychomycosis.”—Shari Lipner, MD, PhD, New York, New York

Cutis invites readers to send us their recommendations. Postprocedural makeup, moisturizers for men, and wet skin moisturizer will be featured in upcoming editions of Cosmetic Corner. Please e-mail your recommendation(s) to the Editorial Office.

Disclaimer: Opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of Cutis or Frontline Medical Communications Inc. and shall not be used for product endorsement purposes. Any reference made to a specific commercial product does not indicate or imply that Cutis or Frontline Medical Communications Inc. endorses, recommends, or favors the product mentioned. No guarantee is given to the effects of recommended products.

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