Instructions for use Exodermin

There are no strict doses when applied, clinical trials have not revealed the negative consequences of prolonged exposure to skin creams. But for best effect, you need to use Exodermin as directed.

How to use for dermomycosis

Exodermin cream is applied to the affected areas

In case of a mild infection, it is enough to apply the cream on the damaged area of the toe or foot 2 times a day for at least 2 weeks. In severe lesions, this period can be increased to 4-6 months. In quantitative terms, a drop of the product is enough, it is undesirable to leave too thick a layer on the surface of the skin, it will simply not be absorbed. The essential oils that make up the cream cover the affected area with a water-repellent film, allowing the active substances to penetrate deep into the tissues and destroy fungal microorganisms and their spores for 20 hours. It is currently the most effective antifungal drug in Romania.

How to use in onychomycosis

Human nails look small and many people think 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, destroying even its inner part. In case of nail fungus infection, the following rules for using Exodermin should be followed:

  1. If possible, remove (cut, scrape) the outer modified part of the nail plate. This is done to facilitate the penetration of active substances deep into the tissues. In this case, the instruments must be disinfected.
  2. Wash and dry the nail.
  3. Apply the cream to the affected area and the adjacent part of the finger 2 times a day. It makes no sense to apply more often, because the drug has a prolonged effect due to the cumulative effect.

The minimum course of treatment lasts 14 days. In advanced cases, the duration of use of Exodermin should be at least 4 months.

Indications for use Exodermin cream

  • excessive sweating;
  • unpleasant odor;
  • redness;
  • itching, tingling;
  • cracking;
  • dead skin;
  • pustules (purulent blisters);
  • jaundice and thickening of the nails;
  • breaking the structure of the nail plate;
  • delamination and destruction of the nail.


Foot fungus cream is not recommended for pregnant women, during breastfeeding (active ingredients easily penetrate cell membranes), children under 3 years of age, as well as people with individual intolerance to the ingredients. Avoid penetrating the cream into the eyes and open wounds, in case of contact rinse with cold running water.