Instructions for use Exodermin

There are no strict dosages and clinical studies have not shown the negative effects of prolonged exposure of the cream on the skin. However, for the best effect, you need to use Exodermin as per the instructions.

Use in dermomycosis

Exodermin cream is applied to the affected areas

In the case of a slight infection, it is sufficient to apply the cream to the damaged area of the toe or foot twice a day for at least 2 weeks. In the case of severe lesions, this period can be extended to 4-6 months. Quantitatively, one drop of the product is enough, it is undesirable to leave too thick a layer on the surface of the skin, it simply will not be absorbed. The essential oils that make up the cream cover the affected area with a water-repellent film that allows the active ingredients to penetrate deep into the tissue and destroy fungal microorganisms and their spores for 20 hours. It is currently the most effective antifungal remedy in Spain.

Use in onychomycosis

Human nails look small, and many people think that their size is the same. In fact, however, the nail plate goes deep into the phalanx. The danger of onychomycosis is that the fungus spreads over the entire surface of the nail and even destroys its inner part. In the event of a fungal nail infection, the following rules for using Exodermin should be followed:

  1. If possible, remove (cut off, scrape off) the outer modified part of the nail plate. This is done to facilitate the penetration of active ingredients deep into the tissue. 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. There is no point in lubricating more often, as the drug has a prolonged effect due to the cumulative effect.

The minimum duration of treatment is 14 days. In advanced cases, Exodermin should be used for at least 4 months.

Indications for the use of the Exodermin cream

  • heavy sweating;
  • unpleasant smell;
  • Redness;
  • Itching, burning;
  • the appearance of cracks;
  • dead skin;
  • Pustules (purulent blisters);
  • Yellowing and thickening of the nails;
  • Violation of the structure of the nail plate;
  • Delamination and destruction of the nail.


The cream against athlete's foot is not recommended for pregnant women, while breastfeeding (active ingredients easily penetrate the cell membranes), children under 3 years of age and people with individual intolerance to ingredients. Avoid getting the cream in eyes and open wounds; if it comes into contact with it, rinse with cold running water.