This is a review article of Mycota Athlete’s Foot Treament and Prvention. This product is available in a powder and cream form. It is used for the basic treatment and prevention of Athlete’s Foot. Read on to find out whether it is right for you.
Both the cream and powder forms of this treatment contain the active ingredients:
- Undecylenic acid
- zinc undecylenate
Undecylenic acid works as an antifungal agent, and is used in ringworm and Athlete’s Foot treatments. The other key ingredient, zinc undecylenate, is used in remedies for skin infections like jock itch and Athlete’s Foot. It is a fungal growth preventative, and reduces the swelling and irritation caused by these infections.
Mycota advises the area should be clean and dry before application. They also suggest that for best results, you should apply the cream in the morning and at night. Paying special attention between the toes. After the cream is used it is recommended that a light dusting of the powder should be applied next. For prevention the powder should also be sprinkled in the shoes and socks.
Both forms are available for purchase online. A 70 gram bottle of Mycota Powder costs around £3.49, and the cream in a 25 gram tube is about £2.59. These prices do not include any extra charges incurred from shipping or taxes.
What to Expect
I have been using Mycota Athlete’s Foot a treatment for almost a month now, and am quite satisfied with the results. It took a few weeks before I noticed almost all my symptoms were gone. This remedy is relatively effective but does not work especially fast. After my Athlete’s Foot cleared up I have continued using the product as a prevention method, with only medium effectiveness.
Keep an Eye Out
As with most medications there is the possibility of side effects while using Mycota. Although rare, some patients have experienced skin irritation or an allergic reaction. Signs of an allergic reaction are itching, rash and wheezing. Discontinue use of the product and seek medical attention if these or any other unusual symptoms arise.
After thorough research we could not find any information available on a manufacturer’s guarantee. We were able to find several customer reviews on this product online. The majority of these reviews were positive, however even some of Those commenting on the effectiveness Of the treatment claimed the cream was grainy and had a strong, unpleasant odor. There were also a number of customers who reported that the Mycota Treatment showed no noticeable results in lessening or relieving their symptoms.
The Bottom Line
Mycota Athlete’s Foot Treatment is a fairly inexpensive remedy. The key ingredients include a known Antifungal and a fungus preventative. It was a little concerning that we could not find a money back or satisfaction guarantee from the manufacturing company. Another downside to this product was the negative reviews, and the fact that even some of the more positive ones had complaints.