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Resolve Plus 1.0

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  • ali zolfaghari May 09 ,2014 at 10:48 am

    Hello.i am using this product about 5 years.this product is the best.i live in iran unfortunately at this in spite of search a lot of big pharmacy and drug store in iran i can not find it.if you have a representative or an agency in iran please introduce him/her to me that i can sell this product.

  • hasan Mar 31 ,2014 at 1:21 pm

    heloo iam need resolve plus 1.0

  • Ego Pharmaceuticals May 05 ,2014 at 6:00 am

    Hi Hasan,
    You can purchase Resolve Plus at Chemist Warehouse

  • Ellen Jun 17 ,2012 at 7:46 am

    I used Reslove Plus 1.0 (the stronger cream). This product worked very well for the inflamed ringworm on my leg. It was worrying me, because I was going on a school trip. It faded on my leg in the space of 2-3 days. Very good product. I recommend it. Thanks Ego.

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Resolve Plus 1.0
For inflamed or itchy tinea. Soothing formula.

• Effective treatment of inflamed or itchy tinea, such as athletes foot, jock itch and ringworm.
• Also effective for inflamed or itchy skin infections such as thrush, thrush infected napkin rash, fungal infected eczema/dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis or inflamed fungal infections where bacterial infection may be present.

Sizes Available
30g tube.

Consult your health care professional for more information about this product.

Clean and dry affected area thoroughly. Gently apply to the affected and surrounding skin twice daily. Once inflammation has subsided continue treatment with an antifungal cream for 14 days after symptoms disappear to avoid recurrence. Regular application is essential for successful treatment. Cleanse with a soap alternative as soap may irritate the skin.

ACTIVES (w/w):
Hydrocortisone 1%, Miconazole Nitrate 2%.

Phenethyl Alcohol 1%

Always check with your health care professional if you have a reoccurring rash or itch.